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Caravan Lifestyle - Top 5 Places To Visit In Western Australia

Caravan Lifestyle - Top 5 Places To Visit In Western Australia

Caravan holidays are becoming increasingly popular in Australia and they’re a great way to see the country without the expense involved with traditional holidays. Whether you’re setting off with friends, piling in with the kids or taking your time grey nomad style, there are endless places you can visit.

There are amazing caravan holiday destinations throughout Australia, and today we’ll be focusing on what’s on offer in Western Australia. From national parks to pristine beaches, you’ll find out why you should consider Western Australia for your next holiday.

1. The Pinnacles

The Pinnacles are a must see destination in Western Australia. Located in Nambung National Park, the tall limestone spires which make up the Pinnacles are a unique attraction with scenic drive or walk trails. The Pinnacles are located just outside the coastal town of Cervantes and the Pinnacles Holiday Park is ideal as a base to explore from.

2. Yalgorup National Park

Yalgorup National Park is located just south of Mandurah and is a must see if you plan to visit the southwest of Western Australia. With bushwalking trails, birdwatching, fishing and swimming, you’ll never be short of something to do. You can either base yourself at one of the numerous holiday parks in Mandurah or camp at the Martins Tank Lake Campgroup within the national park

3. Monkey Mia

Located in the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, Monkey Mia offers visitors a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with bottlenose dolphins. The dolphins are wild but approach the shore up to three times a day. Your base in Monkey Mia will also allow you to explore more of what beautiful Shark Bay has to offer. You can find accommodation in Monkey Mia at the Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort.

4. Coral Bay

Coral Bay is one of Western Australia’s most popular holiday spots. An hour and a half from Exmouth, Coral Bay boasts spectacular coral reef just metres from the beach. Whether you want to get active with snorkelling swimming, take advantage of the many tours on offer or just sit back and relax, Coral Bay will have something for you. When it comes to accommodation, Peoples Park Coral Bay is perfect for caravans.

5. Karijini National Park

Karijini National Park is the second largest national park in Western Australia and is located in the Pilbara region. It offers a unique and beautiful landscape to explore with dramatic gorges, picturesque creeks and impressive sheer sides chasms. Karijini National Park is also home to a spectacular array of plants and wildlife. You can stay at Karijini Eco Retreat when you visit the area.

6. Kununurra

Kununurra is located in northern Western Australia close to the Northern Territory border. It’s a great base for exploring the area as the gateway to the Kimberley which you can explore the Bungle Bungles, Lake Argyle, Ord River, Emma Gorge and much more. Check out Kimberleyland Holiday Park for accommodation.

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