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To travel from Darwin to Perth in Western Australia is like driving from Madrid to Moscow in Europe. More than 4000 km of wild and varied landscapes. Immerse yourself in the expansive Kimberley outback, stroll along white sand beaches and turquoise waters and explore national parks of indescribable beauty. And maybe you have the opportunity to see whales, dolphins, sharks, turtles and even manta rays. Western Australia is less touristy than the East Coast and perfect if you like adventure and expansive areas! Here are all our tips to plan your trip.

Quieter and wilder than the East, the West Coast is the paradise of Nature lovers. You will find amazing landscapes, infinite deserts and stunning beaches. You will need at least 3 weeks to go up to the...
Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is located between the Pacific Ocean and the Australian Desert. With the nearest city 2000 km away, it is the most distant city in the world! Which does make you think if...
Discover our Top # 15 of the best things to do in Western Australia. Wilder and less touristic, the West Coast has plenty to offer and to help you to plan your trip, here is a selection...
Perth is sometimes overshadowed by the big cities in the east of Australia. Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne are some of the main attractions on the continent, and with good reason. They’re home to major landmarks, awesome events,...
If you plan a road trip on the west coast or in the north of Australia, don’t forget to add Karijini National Park to your itinerary. From waterfalls, canyons, and natural pools, to red earth and mountains, this oasis...
This article will help you discover ten of the best spots along the West Coast in Australia. Being wilder and less touristic than its easterly brother, this coast stretches along more than 4000km of the Indian Ocean....
Perth is one of the 4 largest cities on the Australian continent. Unlike other populated parts of the country, the city on the west coast with over 2 million inhabitants is quite isolated. After exploring the city, head to...
Kalgoorlie is not necessarily one of Australia's most famous travel destinations – it’s a lost town in the middle of the desert. Nevertheless, the mining town of Kalgoorlie has a unique atmosphere that is worth a detour. Kalgoorlie: The Wild...
Traveling from Darwin to Perth along the Australian West Coast is like driving from Madrid to Moscow in Europe. More than 4,000 km of wild and diverse landscapes. Immerse yourself in the vast Kimberley Outback, stroll on...
The small, breathtaking island of Rottnest Island is just 19 kilometres from Perth. Anna, a backpacker who travelled to Australia on the Working Holiday Visa, reveals what makes the island so special and shares her experience. How to get to...

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