Western Australia Travel Guide A Vagabond Life
Western Australia Travel Guide
Western Australia is the largest state in Australia taking up one third of the country and is bigger than western Europe. The landscape is diverse, wild and unique. If travelling into remote areas always ensure you tell someone where you will be, have adequate supplies of food and water and a GPS tracker.
Climate: The state has a temperate climate in the south through to a very hot dry climate in the north and inland. Cyclones occur through the summer season in the northern part of the state.
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Things To See & Do In The Western Australia
It is said Perth is the most isolated capital city on the planet and having been there many times I truly believe that.
Perth is in south-west of the state on the Swan River.
Things to see and do in Perth
- Kings Park and Botanic Garden
- Swan Valley – vineyards and breweries
- Freemantle Prison
- Incredible sand beaches that stretch for miles, Cottesloe beach is one of the most famous.
Margaret River is 270km south of Perth and is known for beaches, food and stunning wines.
Things to see and do in Margaret River
- Hamlin Bayape Lee
- Cape Mentelle Vineyards
- Walk the 140 km Cape to Cape Track
- Visit Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
- Explore Ngilgi Caves.
Visiting the pinnacles is what you would imagine walking on the moon to be like.
You will be surrounded by 100’s of limestone towers of all different sizes and shapes that were created from sea-shells 25,000 – 30,000 years ago.
The Pinnacles are in Cervantes 200 km north of Perth.
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There are 195 countries in the world stretching across seven continents – so there is an awful lot to see.Where to begin? Many people are inspired by a movie they have seen or a story they have heard, or a desire to see the land of their ancestors.
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