Over the past two years of working and travelling in Australia. We have been fortunate to discover some beautiful places all over this country.
WA in general would have to be one of our favourite states, so vast and big, it has this wild and unspoiled nature.
You can discover some breathtaking spots, which you practically can enjoy to yourself.
The biggest state in land mass in Australia, Perth is the major city within this state, it is home to over 50 National Parks.
We both loved Karjini National park in particular, situated in the Pilbara region of WA. It’s craved over millions of years forming deep gorges and beautiful swimming holes. It was a real hidden gem. It does involve a bit of a detour from the Coastal Highway but well worth exploring for several days.
1200km north of Perth is the World hertiage site , the Ningaloo reef home to the worlds biggest fish. This place is stunning spot. With an unspoiled reef, home to whales, dolphins, sting rays turtles and whale sharks. It’s a place of fun, adventure, relaxing and discovery.
Over the course of 4 months we spent discovering and immersing ourselves in the Kimberley region , this part truly stole our hearts. With its dramatic landscape. Its a pure haven for wildlife, incredible canyons , crystal clear swimming holes and epic 4wd road trips. In particular the (Gibb river road)
Broome being the gateway to this area, its worldly known for its long stretch of white beach , stunning sunsets, tropical weather and good fishing. It was an amazing experience to live in one of Australia’s iconic destinations.
Travelling south of the country , a picture perfect escape we discovered is the Adelaide hills, vastly different to other parts of Australia.
Rolling hills, windy lanes, lush scenery and picturesque villages. It has real authentic charm. Serving and producing some of the country’s finest produce. It was a spot we pleasantly enjoyed and would visit again.
Wildly ruggered at the edge of the World. This little island is packed with diversity.
Stunning landscapes, wonderful food, wine, a relaxed atmosphere and a rich world heritage wilderness.
We spent 6 weeks exploring this island during the summer months.
With Over 40 National parks on Australia’s smallest state. It has something for the adventurous soul. Cradle country in particular offers amazing experiences with its endless hiking trails and array of wildlife.
Cockel Creek for us, was paradise, we were taken away by the sheer beauty of this part of Tasmania. The furthest point one can drive in Australia.
This place is situated on Recherce Bay the edge of Tasmanian Wilderness World heritage. We were fortunate to camp in the National park metres from the beach where we enjoyed the company of Tassies iconic wildlife. Tassie devil’s and the Eastern Spotted quoll.
Tasmania has it all, it’s a place worth discovering.
New South Wales
The south coast is brimming with unspoiled nature. With its beautiful white beaches and breathtaking wilderness its an unforgettable experience.
This part of NSW is definitely a favourite spot. Stretching from the South of Sydney to the Victorian border. In particular the Eurobodalla region is brimmed with wildlife. Snorkeling, diving and surfing are popular activities.
It’s truly a wonderful spot, with quaint coastal towns, offering some of the finest local produce. It’s a lovely spot which can be enjoyed in all seasons.
For us everywhere has been unique and incredible to discover but these spots in particular will always be loved.