Category: Western Australia

The Great South Part One: Albany

The Great South region of WA is fairly remote, being about 400km from the nearest major city (Perth), but with a plethora of scenic parks to explore, they’re well worth the trip. We’ll start with our highlights from the most major town in the area: Albany. Heading south from the

The Stirling Ranges and Porongurups

When it comes to the southern section of WA, it is tempting to stick to the coastline; the beaches, after all, are something that needs to be seen to be believed. However, if you don’t stray inland from time to time, you’ll miss out on some real gems. So before

Putting on the Fitz: Fitzgerald River National Park

After reluctantly leaving Esperance, we continued following the coastline west, stopping at the scenic beachside camps of Quagi Beach and Munglinup Beach, as well as a day trip through Stokes National Park, before heading towards what has become one of our favourite national parks of the trip so far. In

Crossing the Nullarbor

From the Eyre Peninsula, we had one more hurdle between us and Western Australia: the Nullarbor. It’s notorious for being known as one of the most boring drives in all of Australia, but if you take the time to explore some of the many tracks that meander off the highway,