Western Australia

Uncork Australia’s best drops

Thirsty for a cracking chardonnay? A piquant pinot gris? A tasty tempranillo? Once restrictions are eased, wineries are the perfect places to unwind in with a glass of your favourite plonk! Here are some of Caravanning Australia’s top recommendations for any travelling wine aficionados. Riverland, South Australia Surrounded by stunning limestone cliffs, this is the … Continued

The Big Lap Part 11

As they say, all good things must come to an end, so this edition, we’ve brought you the last part of Australia’s iconic Big Lap. Broome to Port Hedland 598 kilometres While this journey is long, you’ll be rewarded on your drive with the delights of Eighty Mile Beach, the longest uninterrupted beach in Western … Continued

Western Australia’s Wheatbelt wonders

From July to December each year, Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region is lit up with one of nature’s most beautiful displays – wildflowers bloom in all varieties and colours. This part of Australia is home to more than 12,000 species, 60 per cent of which are endemic to the state. Here are some wildflower spots to … Continued

Inside Australia’s haunted attractions

Australia is well known for its beautiful beaches, unparalleled natural beauty and vast spaces. It also happens to be home to some of the most haunted places in the world – from creepy mansions to eerie jails. Let Caravanning Australia guide you through some other-worldly destinations that will give you the chills. Port Arthur, Tasmania … Continued

Caravanning from the back seat: Margaret River edition

Below is an article by Tom McGay for our regular Caravanning from the back seat feature. Margaret River is a beach lover’s dream destination. Enjoy the warm waters of Western Australia, the epic Margaret River Pro in April and the glorious fishing spots. Below are some of Margaret River’s most kid friendly attractions and even a secret … Continued

Australia’s quirkiest locations

From gnome colonies to underground curiosities, many places of the weird and wonderful variety can be found in our very own backyard. Here are some of Caravanning Australia’s top Australian locations that break the mould. William Ricketts Sanctuary Mount Dandenong, Victoria In the idyll of the Dandenong Ranges among its towering pines and lush ferns … Continued

Silver screen destinations in Australia

We Australians take pride in our picturesque landscapes, diverse locations and welcoming communities. Hollywood has taken notice over the years, using our phenomenal land as a backdrop for their big budget productions. Have you noticed Australia in any of your favourite films? Some of these locations may surprise you! Australia, starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh … Continued

National Parks: Western Australia

Australia is home to an abundance of diverse national parks that are filled with phenomenal natural landscapes. From rainforests and flowing waterfalls to hidden gorges and cliff faces, many can be found in the national parks in your home state or territory. Caravanning Australia sheds light on which national parks to visit with our newest … Continued

Caravanning from the back seat: WA Hidden gems

Below is an article by Tom McGay for our regular Caravanning from the back-seat feature. Whether it’s the city or the laid-back countryside, Western Australia always calls for a good time. With many popular destinations, some of the lesser known attractions become overshadowed. Below are three hidden gems located in WA that are perfect for families. Fremantle … Continued

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