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Karijini National Park: 3 Day Itinerary

Located 1,500km north of Perth Karijini National Park is the second largest National Park in Western Australia. Famous for its spectacular gorges, dramatic waterfalls, rocky creeks, refreshing waterholes and forever changing colours is a must visit. My favourite National Park in Australia so far. It is home to the traditional lands of the Banyjima, Kurrama and Innawonga people of the Pilbara region. To this day, they still play a large role in how the park is run. While it is possible to see the highlights on a day trip to Karijini, I would highly recommend you to stay at least three days. There is so much to explore.

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Pemberton: A nature lover’s dream

Pemberton is one of the most underrated destinations in Western Australia. With so much to do, Pemberton is a popular spot for a getaway. Just over three and a half hours from Pert, it is worth a visit. Whether you’re looking for a few quiet days, or an adventure packed trip, Pemberton has you covered.

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Albany Must Sees

Albany is home to rugged landscapes, picturesque beaches, a stunning coastline and an incredibly diverse national park. A nature lovers haven. A quintessential Western Australia

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Yeppoon

There’s something extremely special about Yeppoon. A small little town with a very big soul. This gorgeous coastal town is situated on the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef. Many people base themselves in Yeppoon to explore the Capricorn Coast region of Queensland. Known for its tropical climate, beaches and snorkelling as well as the gateway to the stunning ‘Great Keppel Islands’.

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Townsville is so underrated

Tucked between Cairns and the Whitsundays you’ll find the colourful town of Townsville. The gateway to many spots in Tropical North Queensland, this cool, quirky

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Port Douglas: A Tropical Oasis

For many years Port Douglas has been one of my most treasured trips when my parents visited from Ireland, and even more so after Conor proposed here. With two wonders of the world right on its doorstep there’s no doubt why it is one of the most unique destinations in Australia.

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