Western Australia

Facts about Western Australia


2,6 million (2017)


Australian Dollar (AUS)


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UTC + 8

Are you traveling to Western Australia? If Western Australia were its own country, it would be the world's 10th largest country. We have gone on a road trip north through fantastic nature and undeveloped areas, starting and ending in Perth.

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Shell beach white beach in Shark Bay
Western Australia

Western Australia - A little film

Time to sum up our driving holiday in Western Australia from Perth to Monkey Mia - this time in a little film.

Western Australia

Shark Bay – The marine wonder of the Coral Coast in Australia

85 miles north of Perth lies one of the world's marine wonders. Surrounded by deserts, far from large cities and with large meadows of seaweed below the surface. Shark Bay provides unique conditions for everything from sharks, whales and dolphins to dugongs and stromatolites.

Western Australia

Yanchep National Park – among caves and black cockatoos

45 minutes north of Perth in Western Australia is Yanchep National Park, an important wetland area for the area's birds and with several limestone caves with unique wildlife. We have visited the Crystal Cave and hiked around Loch McNess.

Eva in Kalbarri
Western Australia

Back home from an adventure in Western Australia (and Bali)!

After almost a month on the road, we are now back home! This year's adventure was a road trip among national parks and nature in Western Australia, which ended with lazy days in Bali. So what was the best, worst and how was the weather? And most importantly - did I find a new mug?