Western Australia is one of Australia’s best road trip states. Thousands and thousands of local and international tourists flock to the south-west region year-round to explore some of WA’s best down south locations.
While all travellers should adequately prepare for their road trip holiday, this is especially important for new drivers. New drivers may not have experience in driving longer-distant trips or experience on the long windy (somewhat unkept) roads through the WA countryside.
To help new drivers prepare for their first road trip in WA’s South West, we’ve put together a new drivers guide to travelling down south. Continue reading My First Road Trip – A New Drivers Guide to Travelling Down South
It’s a tough gig being a beach towel in Perth. First, there are countless sunny summer days to contend with. Then there’s the endless strip of pristine Perth beaches with their long stretches of soft white sand. Lastly, though, there’s the wind, that blows said sand into every orifice and finds its way into the deepest crevice of your beach bag.
Somehow it manages to get into every crack in the car and magically appears inside the house too. So what better place than Perth to test a towel that claims to be sand free.
Continue reading Say hello beach with this awesome sand free Tesalate towel
We may have just found our favourite outdoor adventure at the new Yanchep Trees Adventure in Perth. Here you can climb, zip line and challenge yourself on seven different obstacle courses on this latest Perth treetop park. .
Continue reading Hanging out at Yanchep Trees Adventure
Faversham House in York is one of Western Australia’s most historic houses and makes for a luxurious weekend getaway. It provides the perfect base to explore York and the Avon Valley. Alternatively, if you don’t feel like going anywhere, the impressive manor is also the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the historic property and gorgeous garden.
Continue reading Our stay at Faversham House in York WA
There’s no need to leave your four-legged bestie at home with these dog-friendly caravan parks in Albany WA and surrounding areas. Continue reading Dog-friendly Caravan Parks Albany
The caves around Margaret River formed over a million years ago and are one of the natural wonders of Australia’s southwest. If you haven’t gone underground at a Margaret River cave, then don’t miss the chance to visit one of these subterranean wonderlands on your next trip south. Continue reading The best Margaret River caves to explore
Large caravans come with plenty of extras, but they can sometimes be inconvenient to own and operate. If you’re planning an off-road trip, a smaller caravan can be a lighter and more flexible choice, while still bringing you all the benefits of caravan living. Continue reading The benefits of having a small caravan
Camping in Margaret River doesn’t need to be all about overflowing, busy campsites. There are plenty of spots where you can go camping in Margaret River and be among the region’s towering Jarrah and Karri forests and lush river banks.
Continue reading Forest camping in Margaret River
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Perth has a good choice of caravan parks and cabin accommodation across the city. No matter whether you want to park your caravan or trailer near Fremantle, the beach, be close to the city and the airport or bring your pet, this guide of Perth caravan parks will hopefully have you covered no matter what your needs are. Continue reading A round up of Perth Caravan Parks
I love visiting our national parks and Yanchep National Park is no exception. Yanchep is a mix of natural bushland, manicured lawns, native animals ( and a few non-natives – I’m looking at you Koalas) and offers plenty of things to do and see. Continue reading Caves, Koalas and other attractions at Yanchep National Park