Western Australia

The return of wildflower season

Every July to November, Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region is lit up with an array of bright blooms. This part of the world boasts one of the largest wildflower collections on the planet, with more than 12,000 species (60 per cent of which can’t be found anywhere else). Make the most of this season and check … Continued

Weave through the Canning Stock Route

At approximately 1850 kilometres long, this four-wheel drive touring route is legendary in the off-roading community. Why? Read on to find out. In the beginning, the Canning Stock Route was made by a gentleman called Albert Canning in 1906. Its purpose? For Kimberley cattlemen to take their stock to southern markets. One of the most … Continued

A bounty in the South West

If you’re a wine aficionado and you haven’t been to the South West of Western Australia, you must put it on your bucket list. Not only is it a wine destination, it’s also an incredibly beautiful region. With stunning coastline stretching into the horizon, Australia’s first commercial grapevines and national parks for days, there’s plenty … Continued

The Kimberley awaits

One of Australia’s most incredible destinations, the Kimberley is renowned for its vast lakes, dramatic landscapes and rugged mountains. This region is three times the size of England and has routes in every direction. One of the best ways to explore this region is the Gibbs River Road, which stretches from Derby to Kununurra. It’s … Continued

Broome and the Kimberley Coast

In this corner of Western Australia’s north, it’s easy to feel like you’ve got the place to yourself – with fewer people in the region per square kilometre than almost any place on Earth! Discover ancient landscapes, coral reefs, waterfalls and beautiful beaches, far away from the bustle of the everyday. Swim with more than … Continued

Autumn adventures: part two

With winter fast approaching, we are inching closer to peak coldness while on the road. Part one of our ‘Autumn adventures’ series saw Victoria’s High Country, New South Wales’s Armidale and Queensland’s Toowoomba all on display. Keep reading to see Caravanning Australia’s recommendations for the Northern Territory, Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania. Northern Territory … Continued

Thrillseeker’s guide to Australia

Everyone has their special interests on a holiday – such as nature, wildlife or relaxation. There is a certain group of people, however, who thrive off adrenaline and enjoy living on the edge. And they’re lucky; Australia is the perfect country for thrillseekers, with adventure-fuelled experiences on offer all over the country. So, if you’re … Continued

Crossing the Nullarbor

With a vast expanse that stretches across three time zones from Western Australia to South Australia, the Nullarbor Plain is one of the greatest road journeys in Australia. You won’t find a single tree breaking the horizon as you take on the longest stretch of straight road anywhere in the world – the name Nullarbor … Continued

Valentine’s Day in your home state

Avid travellers and van lifers don’t need many excuses to set out on the road and immerse themselves in the wonders of Australia. For those who do need an excuse to travel, or are looking to begin their caravanning journey’s, why not plan a romantic weekend away to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Here are Caravanning Australia’s … Continued

Australia Day in your home state

With the first month of 2021 nearly over, what better way to celebrate than another long weekend? Exploring our great nation truly celebrates the Australian spirit, and you all know by now that we at Caravanning Australia are here to help when it comes to choosing the best holiday destination for you! Here are our … Continued

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