Travel Western Australia - An Adventure from the Top End to Perth


Many travellers who fly to Perth often comment how they would love to travel Western Australia to see more of the State, but everything is so far that the thought of driving there and back in a short amount of time puts them off the idea. If you are one of those travellers, instead of making it a round trip consider making a one way exploration either coming or going from Perth. The two key things you’ll need is a car, preferably a four wheel drive to open up you opportunities in the various roads and national parks along the way, and a sense of adventure.

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Albany: A Top Spot by the Sea Set Amidst the Whoosh of the Wind Farm


The town of Albany, located on the south west coast of Western Australia, has grown up a lot these days. It was a relatively quiet seaside town a couple of decades ago. Today its township is bustling, as it continues to expand to meet the needs of its residents.

Getting to Albany is quite a straight forward journey. It takes around 4.5 to 5 hrs to drive there, and it is literally one straight road travelling along Albany Highway.

As a young kid growing up in Perth my family used to visit Albany during the long summer holidays, and we had a lot of fun doing holiday stuff such as enjoying the beautiful beaches, cooking up delicious meals, and exploring Albany's coast.

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Want to Escape the Cold? Beautiful Broome Beckons


Fancy swapping your winter woollies for a stint in your bikinis, board shorts or budgie smugglers?  Then you may need to head north to thaw out in the sun.

Broome is considered one of Australia’s most popular beach holiday destinations and is located 2200 km north of Perth.

Its tropical weather entices travellers all year around with the best time to visit in terms of temperature, being the dry season which runs from May to October.

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