For locals and tourists alike entering Australia’s diverse countryside is often classified the holiday or trip of a lifetime, and rightly so. Camping offers real life experiences at the heart of mother nature. A week or two’s camping around unique and secluded spots of Western Australia can provide enough diverse material to fill a book.
A single state half the size of mainland Europe, Western Australia has desert, beaches, forests, ravines, caves, canyons and a plethora of campsites which will make your mouth water. Campsites are as varied as the people who use them – from luxury five star ‘glamping’ sites, to outback coastal stations with red dirt on one side and the beautiful blue ocean with white sandy beach on the other.