If you are looking for big skies, stop by Number 368, Western Australia in Camps 9, and 81km south of Carnarvon/ 43km north of Wooramel Roadhouse.
Stay at the Gateway of Purnululu National Park and have more time to enjoy the Bungle Bungles. Manager of Bungle Bungle Caravan Park, Lorraine Lee told CAMPS that, “We have a lot of people come and stay and take a tour with us. We fly our own helicopters and …
We stayed at Kimberleyland for over a week, such a terrific spot. The location on the banks of Lily Creek Lagoon, with the shining pairs of eyes to be spotted at night was special.
Celebrate the rich heritage of Victoria’s Wimmera/Mallee region with a journey along the 200km Silo Art Trail, soon to become the country’s biggest outdoor gallery. Cruise from town to town and witness this innovative art project that sees renowned street artists from Australia and across the globe transform wheat
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.
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
Taking your children travelling on the road can be a very rewarding experience for both parents and children. If you are travelling around Australia with children it is important to know homeschooling requirements and also have some fun education road trip games up your sleeve.
On the Road Homeschooling Tips