WESTERN AUSTRALIA HOLIDAY
Helping you to Take a Break in WA
A Western Australia holiday often means staying in Australia or even Western Australia for many living in Western Australia. Afterall, Perth is the remotest city in the world so when it is time to go on vacation it is not as easy as jumping onto a plane to Spain (or Egypt for me).
Bali is popular with many of the locals or other States or Territories in Australia but many choose to take a holiday in Western Australia. As the largest Australian state there can be a lot of time on the road getting to some destinations with distances being that great driving there can take several days. Sometimes even longer.
On your holiday accommodation can vary between locations from the very basic to the luxury, depending on where you are. Getting there can vary too, you can catch a flight to some destinations, or drive or jump on a bus.
MARGARET RIVER – SOUTH WEST WA
Margaret River is in the South West region of Western Australia. It is one of our favorite destinations to take friends and family who come to visit or if we just want to get away for a long weekend.More on Margaret River
AUGUSTA SOUTH WEST AUSTRALIA
The most south western point of Australia AUgusta is where the Indian and Pacific Oceans meet. It is a pretty little town where you can enjoy morning/afternoon tea overlooking the Blackwood River.
ALBANY SOUTHERN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
The largest town in the southern end of Western Australia (population 29,000) Albany is popuar with sports lovers. Sports emjoyed include Surfing, Scuba Diving, Hand Gliding, Rock Climbing, Abseiling, Fishing, Climbing
ESPERANCE GREAT SOUTHERN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Esperence in known for the most beatuiful beaches, you can find them one after the other, after the other.
KALBARRI WESTERN AUSTRALIA
One of my favourite Western Australia hliday destinations is Kalbarri. If you enjoy to hike with a little bit of scrambling then you will love exploring the national park. It is also a great destination for Surfing, Canoeing, Abseiling, Fishing, Climbing ..more on Kalbarri