Western Australia is truly an incredible place. I’ve grown up here, and feel truly privileged to call it home. If you’ve never been to WA, it’s well worth the trek. They say a photo tells a thousand words, and I hope the photos below truly inspire you to head out and explore this amazing place!
This is only a small portion of WA too; there are plenty of places left to explore yet!
Relax at the amazing Fern Pool in Karijini National Park
Explore the amazing beaches along the Ningaloo Reef
Watch the sun go down at Gnaraloo Station
Explore the many beaches by 4WD
See our incredible bird life
Get away from it all and relax around the camp fire
Say hello to the local lizards
See Albany’s incredible natural wonders at Waychinicup
Check out the weird and wonderful plants
Spend the day fishing for Salmon when they are running at Belvidere
Poke your head into amazing places like this; an ex mine!
Follow the hundreds of magic rivers
Camp with the Kangaroos at Lucky Bay
Be blown away by the views at Francois National Park
Smile as the sun rises at Cleaverville
Relax under the many trees along our tranquil rivers (off the Lennard 4WD Track)
Drive the thousands of km’s of gravel roads
Find the perfect beach, all for yourself ( Duke of Orleans)
Or maybe this is more your style?
Dixon Island at Cleaverville is a stunning place
Dwellingup isn’t bad either!
Denmark has some spectacular beaches to explore, like Elephant Rock
Head off in a 4WD to explore the endless tracks
We’ve got bucket loads of amazing 4WD tracks –
33 Epic 4WD tracks in WA.
Fish as the sun goes down at Esperance
The Pilbara is a truly stunning place too, with plenty of hiking options available
We’ve got a heap of history to sift through too
The beach is a huge part of our way of living
The locals are happy to stop for a chat
We’ve got plenty of mud to go 4WDing in too! ( Holland Track)
There’s always something keeping watch!
Shark Bay has plenty of beaches that are calling
If you are looking for waves, we’ve got no shortage!
There’s more stunning water holes to explore than you could poke a stick at
The local Kangaroo’s aren’t always happy to share their space (Gnaraloo Station)
Just sit back and reflect on life; it’s pretty amazing
Take a dip if your feeling a bit warm
These guys are sure to laugh at your bad jokes
This scenery is no joke though!
The red rock of the Pilbara is truly something else
Red sand cliffs, even more spectacular in person
The rain and bad weather soon goes away
Margaret River is hugely popular in the south west
I guarantee you can find a beach to yourself pretty easily too!
No matter where you are, the sunsets are amazing
Head out with a few mates for a great time
Things aren’t all dusty, dry and barren!
In fact, when it rains, its quite the opposite!
Some places get a lot more rain than others though!
We’ve got plenty of wildlife to keep your eyes working!
Moore River, where the beach meets the river
Our seals are more than happy to stop for a gander
There’s more places to stop for the night and relax than I’ve ever been to
Every place has some hidden gems, if you know where to look
Even the sand at Shark Bay is a thing of beauty
We love our rivers
If you are game, take the walk 40 meters above ground through the Karri Trees
The Quenda’s are happy to share your camp ground
A 4WD gives you all the access you need to explore WA
The sunsets aren’t bad either
We love to stay where you can easily swim and relax
Or you can sit on the sideline and watch the whales do their thing
Sometimes the wildlife comes to you
Another amazing spot at Albany
Relaxing as the sun goes down at Francois Peron National Park is something else
Wave rock is seriously unique, and massive
There’s more amazing diving and fishing than you could imagine
Our freshwater dams are pretty too
The turtles at Ningaloo will say hello from time to time
Where else can you find a beach made up entirely of shells?
If you haven’t travelled much of WA, get onto it! We’ve got some truly unbelievable places to see.