Planning your Road Trip
Hitting the road for next adventure in Western Australia means discovering some of Australia’s most iconic landscapes. WA’s picturesque and rugged beauty was made to be explored by 4WD, taking a few days, a few weeks or even more.
Discover the driving routes that will take you to some of the world’s most pristine coastlines, into the heart of premium wine country, through to the spectacular gorges and outback. Just pack your bags and bring a sense of adventure and discover what WA has to offer.
Download “Western Australia the Road Trip State” to see WA’s most popular routes.
With Western Australia being the biggest state in Australia, it’s hard to know where to go, below are some useful websites to refer to in planning your trip.
Stretching along 1,100km of coastline from Cervantes, two hours north of Perth, Western Australia, to the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef, Australia's Coral Coast is home to stunning bays, fascinating wildlife and rugged landscapes.
Covering 54 per cent of Western Australia, the region stretches from the rugged red earth of Mt Augustus and Kennedy Ranges in the north to the sweeping snow-white beaches of Esperance and the South Coast.
The North West is an area of outstanding natural beauty and with such an expansive area comes an extensive variety of natural attractions; rugged ranges, thundering waterfalls, pristine beaches and unique wildlife.
WA Explorer is your outdoor guide to travelling along the west coast of Australia. With over 12,000km of coastline, more sunshine than anywhere else in Australia and spectacular scenery, WA is a nature’s playground for almost any outdoor activity.
Western Australia is Australia's biggest state, covering nearly one-third of the continent. Its capital city, Perth, is home to a vibrant bar culture and breathtaking beaches. Just offshore from Perth is Rottnest Island, home of the quokka - a furry marsupial that appears to smile in selfies.
If the vast expanse of Western Australia (WA) was a separate nation, it would be the world's 10th-largest (bigger than Algeria, smaller than Kazakhstan). Most of WA's population clings to the coast, yet you can wander along a beach here without seeing another footprint.
Perth – Monkey Mia – Exmouth – Broome
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