Sights

Must do: Pearl Luggers

Set in Chinatown, in Broome, WA is a little day out our whole family recommends. Here’s one of our kid’s diary entry: “Today we did a little tour. The divers all smoked opium to help cure the bends and get them constipated.” And another: “It was SO good …

Help restore the historic Farina Township

 

Gavin Scrimgeour from Heathmont, Victoria, wrote in to tell CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE to let travellers know that Farina Township now has a bakery! 

Gavin told us, “My involvement in the Farina Restoration has been as they say ‘An Arm Chair Quarterback’  not directly involved in doing the heavy lifting.

“After passing through

Why visit Shark Bay?

Shark Bay World Heritage Area is situated on the Western Australian Coast, it is actually two bays – and it is area you do not want to miss.

Situated north of Kalbarri, and south of Carnarvon on the beautiful WA coastline, all of these favourites are accessible with a conventional

Featured Caravan Park – Taunton Farm WA

We are checking on sites all over Oz at the moment for the next Caravan Parks book out later this year. Calling WA, I have been revisiting our big lap – and was pleased to hear that nothing much has changed

Paronella Park – a campground with a difference!

We didn’t stay overnight, as we were on a day trip – I will do that next time I am near Cairns, and take a night tour. Paronella ParkJosé Paronella’s dream was to build a castle. He chose a special part of Australia and created Paronella Park.

Pier Caravan Park opens

Experience whale watching, based at what is likely to be the newest Caravan Park in Australia. Fraser Coast’s Pier Caravan Park opened for business last Friday, and adjoins Hervey Bay’s historic Urangan Pier – at almost one kilometre, its …

Lake Ballard

Where: 180 km from Kalgoorlie

Lake Ballard is one of the most unusual and remote cultural attractions of Western Australia. Across the 49 km² Lake stand a series of eerie but fascinating figures created by renowned British artist Antony Gormley. These sculptures continue to stir national and international interest.

The Lake

By |November 27th, 2013|Sights, WA|1 Comment|

Horizontal Waterfalls

Where: Talbot Bay, WA

In Talbot Bay you will witness the incredible power of the only horizontal waterfalls in the world. Whether viewing them from a plane or a boat, the beautiful turquoise waters of Talbot Bay are an amazing sight to see and the gushing waterfalls make it that

Long Paddock

Where: Cobb Highway, NSW

Looking for a real outback adventure? Long Paddock takes you through the wide open spaces of country NSW and leads you to iconic outback towns such as Broken Hill, Bourke and White Cliffs. At more than 600km long this route spans along the Cobb Highway from