Beautiful Red Bluff & Gnarloo – we loved these remote little communities on the mid north coast of WA. Awesome surf and snorkelling, and best of all – no crowds! In fact, we only saw 5 people the whole time we were there. One of the highlights was
Karijini is a secret little spot tucked away behind Tom Price in the Mid-North-East of Western Australia. Although it’s only really well known to West Australians, it’s as good as any of the famous aussie icons – Uluru, Kakadu, Great Barrier Reef etc. So why haven’t you heard of it? It comes down to sheer isolation.
One the mid north coast of WA, Exmouth is a lovely town situated at the top of the Ningaloo Reef. It is a popular spot for holiday makers from Perth due to the great fishing, great camping, great snorkelling and great diving. It even has surf! In summer the temperature soars up into the 50′s
Ningaloo reef is one of our all time favourite places in Australia. The amazing diversity of coral structures, incredible marine abundance & diversity, accessibility to the outer reef, and the uncrowded coastline are only a few reasons why we prefer Ningaloo reef over the GBR.
It’s Broome, it really needs no explaining. The jewel of the Kimberley. We initially only planned to stay a few days and catch up with my cousin Josh, but the lively spirit of Broome was infectious, and we ended up staying a month.
Before we left for our adventure, we asked two veteran travellers we happen to know (aka nan & pop), where their favourite place in Oz is. While pop had a few, nan was very clear in her choice: Tunnel Creek.
Although not widely recognised, we really appreciated the unique landforms of Purnululu National Park. We left our caravan and took our tent, esky and 4wd along the Spring Creek Track.
Greg & Debbie – friends of ours from Katherine, reccommended Big Horse as a place to camp and fish on our way to Kununurra.
Most tend to build up a certain expectation of Kakadu, based on what they have seen in advertising, and Crocodile Dundee. While some of those aspects are on the money, you really have to just take it as it comes.
Litchfield was one of our must see destination, and it definitely didn’t disappoint. We spent 4 full days here and camped at the 4WD camp at Florence Falls and the 4WD camp at Tjaynera falls. One thing we liked