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WA Travel tips and local secrets to inspire you -
and make your next journey through
WA has so much to offer the adventurous nature-lover:
- Ancient landscapes
- Rocks created at the dawn of time
- Vast unpopulated deserts
- Towering forests
- Rugged ranges and river gorges
- Abundant wildlife
- The most beautiful beaches on Earth
Most of Western Australia is raw nature on a grand scale - a huge, vast land of intense colours and dazzling sunlight.
With such a huge variety of climates and landscapes - ranging from the tropical Kimberleys, to the arid red-earth deserts, to the towering forests and dramatic granite coastline Down South, there's no shortage of awe-inspiring places out there waiting for you to discover (or return to).
However, the distances between places can be immense, and you often need to be a little adventurous to get to them.
You'll find that this website is a lot more than simply an information source for the top tourist attractions. I want to inspire you to scramble over the rocks to the next beach (where yours will be the first footprints in the sand) to walk deep into the heart of the forest and to tackle the four wheel drive tracks - even if you think you're too old or don't know what you're doing!
Some of the most interesting scenery, fascinating geology and picture-perfect beaches are virtually unknown. When you take the time to explore the roads less travelled, and find your own favourite places, you'll be rewarded with a real sense of adventure and discovery.
In fact, one of the most awesome things about Western Australia is its sparce population and lack of commercialisation. It's not hard to find wild, pristine natural places where you can connect with nature in peace and solitude.
I feel so blessed to have grown up in Western Australia. For someone like me who loves the ocean, sunshine and wild unspoilt natural places, there really is no place better!
Share What You Love About Western Australia
Do you feel a strong connection to Western Australia's wild, unspoilt natural landscapes and stunningly beautiful beaches?
Love to explore, take the roads less travelled and discover new favourite places?
All my life, I've been travelling and exploring my home state - on road trips, boating trips, family camping holidays and fun weekends away with friends.
I built this site because I love to write, take photographs and travel. I have so many Western Australia travel tips, stories and photos to share. It's my hope that this site will become a community where you too can share your favourite places, travel tips and holiday memories.
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Share your travel stories and photos here. You can also use this form to ask questions about travelling in WA.
A rainbow over the remote Kimberley coast: