Western Australia Guides
If you prefer the path less travelled, Western Australia could be the ideal destination for your next adventure.
I spent five weeks camping from Perth to Adelaide and was blown away by WA’s enormous, isolated beaches, vast, lunar-like sand dunes and ancient, majestic forests.
Browse through the guides below to get inspired and start planning a WA trip of your own!
I found plenty of things to do in Perth during the five months that I lived there. With a riverside city centre and more days of sunshine per year than any other major city in Australia, Perth is begging to be explored! Check out the posts below, or click the button to visit my Perth page.
2. Trips from Perth
There are plenty of fun day trips and weekend breaks in Western Australia that you can easily take from Perth. Check out my suggestions below for ideas!
3. Geographe Bay & Margaret River
One of the most well-known and easily accessible regions to visit near Perth is southwest WA. From the wineries and famous surf beaches of Margaret River to the sting rays and jetty ruins at Hamelin Bay, you’ll find something to whet your appetite in my blog posts below.
Hamelin Bay & Cape Leeuwin Photo Diary, Western Australia
9 Amazing Margaret River Attractions: Wineries, Surfing & Foodie Paradise
RAC Margaret River Nature Park Camping Review (Wharncliffe Mill)
Best Things to Do in Dunsborough WA: Beaches, Whales & Hikes
Best Things to Do in Busselton for a Fantastic Holiday
4. Southern Forests of WA
If ancient, enchanting forests with some of the tallest tree species in the world sounds appealing, the Southern Forests of WA won’t disappoint. The region is also home to the most impressive and sprawling sand dune systems I’ve ever seen.
5. South Coast WA
South Coast WA has a variety of scenery and attractions that should satisfy every traveller on your road trip. From the aquamarine water and dazzling white sand in Esperance to the roaring waves and towering cliffs in Albany’s national park, there’s plenty to take in along South Coast Western Australia.
What to See in Bremer Bay WA, Including Killer Whales!
Albany to Bremer Bay Camping: Beautiful Free Camps WA
What to See in Torndirrup National Park & Albany WA
Free Camping at Shelley Beach, Cape West Howe: Drop Toilet Debacle!
Exploring Denmark WA: Greens Pool, Elephant Rocks & Camping at Parry Beach
Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, Walpole WA
6. Nullarbor & WA Road Trip
If you’re planning a Perth to Adelaide road trip like I did, or just a shorter adventure to southwest WA, my road trip itineraries below will help plan your driving, accommodation and costs. Enjoy your trip!