Western Australia

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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Your complete guide to Kalbarri National Park

Kalbarri is a small coastal town north of Perth. It is a popular stop over point for those on their way to visit the Ningaloo Reef. From sunbathing, to hiking, and quaint bakeries and beach days, I’m here to help you plan your trip for Kalbarri National Park.

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Top Things To do In Exmouth

Have you been dreaming of endless adventures, constant sunshine and pristine beaches? Well, I’ve got you covered. Exmouth is one of the best places to visit in Australia to get your fix! Exmouth is best known as the gateway to the largest fringing reef – the Ningaloo Reef. An underwater paradise that has so much to offer.

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15 Fun Activities: Broome

Broome has become more and more popular thanks to its beautiful beaches, incredible sunsets, vibrant cultural history, incredible landscapes and all round vibes. It serves as the perfect jumping off point to explore the stunning Kimberley region.

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Perth: Closest Feeling To Home

For me, Perth has been the closest feeling to home. Modern, yet rustic, rugged but sophisticated. From the lush green parks to the white sandy beaches and home to radiant skyline views. Perth is a fabulous destination which I think I could definitely call home one day.

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The Ultimate road trip: West Coast of Australia.

The West Coast of Australia has hands down been my favourite trip to date. The vast grandeur of it all. Red dirt roads as far as the eye can see with a sparse population, taking ‘off the beaten track’ to a whole new level. Stunning beaches, amazing landscape and infinite deserts, what more could you want?

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