Start your adventure in Australia’s sunniest capital city and you’ll experience more than just amazing sunsets over the ocean.
Perth effortlessly blends urban cool with raw natural beauty and makes the perfect start for your unique Western Australian experience. Bustling with new bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural spaces, Perth is also home to Kings Park—one of the world’s largest inner city parks. Just outside the CBD, you will find beautiful producers and wineries in the Swan Valley only 25 minutes from the city to fill up your picnic basket.
Or head to the coast and choose from one of the 19 metropolitan beaches. Take to the water in Rockingham were you can swim with wild dolphins or make the crossing to Rottnest Island to meet the friendly quokka as you cycle around the island discovering the 63 beaches.
Plan your itinerary to include a few days in Perth before embarking on your Western Australian road trip.
A relaxed two hour drive north of the Perth depot will have you exploring some of Australia’s most beautifully pristine coastlines. Stop to check out some of the world’s most diverse marine habitats on your way.
You’ll be in awe of World Heritage-listed Shark Bay and Ningaloo Reef – the largest fringing reef on earth and one of the few places in the world where you can swim with the largest fish in the sea, the gentle whale shark.
Meet Monkey Mia’s famous dolphins up close or wander the fascinating natural formations of the Pinnacles Desert moonscape. For the ultimate coastal adventure, take a hike along Kalbarri’s dramatic landscapes, where 400-million-year-old river gorges meet the Indian Ocean.
If you’re after a thrill, get your adrenalin pumping with a surf on one of the many beaches, or just relax and soak up the serenity from some of the many picturesque lookouts scattered across the region.
The Coral Coast is great for 5 – 14 Day Itineraries.
Take a look at our suggested Coral Coast itinerary Ningaloo to Shark Bay
Within 3 hours of leaving the depot in Perth, you can be experiencing rolling vineyards set against a backdrop of ocean and forest. Allow yourself to seamlessly hop from one experience to the next. Catch sight of amazing humpback whales as they play in luxurious blue oceans, explore ancient caves and then stroll through forests of timber giants. Or spend the day at one of Margaret River’s great wineries, where you can relax with a glass of the region’s world-renowned wine, matched with local truffles and crayfish.
The South West is home to some of Australia’s most epic biodiversity and is recognised as one of the world’s 34 biodiversity hot spots. The breath-taking scenery guarantees to blow you away as you experience it first-hand.
Climb over the ancient rocks of the Granite Skywalk near Albany or take a postcard-perfect snap of the stunning Greens Pool near Denmark. Explore the region to uncover curious animals, rare plant species found nowhere else on earth or uncover a little-known vineyard as you navigate your way through the iconic Margaret River region.
It’s time to unlock the extraordinary and make memories to last a lifetime. Explore at your own pace in Western Australia’s South West.
The South West is great for 5 – 7 Day Itineraries. See our suggested South West Itinerary Great Southern Wine Trail
A land of spectacular contrasts steeped in billions of years in history. The North-West has over one million square kilometres to explore, take a journey of discovery that will be etch itself in your memories forever. Be as indulgent or laidback as you wish as you discover the extraordinary outback.
Pick up your camper in our Broome branch and head south. Here you’ll uncover adventure in the ancient gorges of Karijini National Park. Famous for its rugged beauty, Karijini is host to tantalising waterfalls and rock pools with plenty of walking trails to fill your days.
Or why not head north? Check out the Purnululu National Park from above and take a flight over the world heritage listed Bungle Bungle Range to see its curious peaks. Continue the adventure by boat as you cruise alongside King George Waterfalls (Western Australia’s highest waterfalls).
Swap out a traditional camper and replace it with one of our 4x4 models to tackle the legendary Gibb River Road. Be prepared to be awe-struck by some of the oldest (and most mysterious!) artworks on earth etched into the rocks by the Wandjina people. Witness a natural phenomenon as the rising moon creates an optical illusion at the Staircase to the Moon. Swim in stunning turquoise waters or experience the sunset from the saddle of a camel at Cable Beach.
What are you waiting for? Experience the extraordinary today and pick up your camper or 4x4 from Broome and take a journey of discovery.
The North West is great for 7 - 14 Day Itineraries. Suggested Itinerary Gibb River Road
Pick up your camper in Perth and within a few hours you’ll be exploring the red earth of the outback.
Here is where you will discover rare and beautiful wildflowers found nowhere else on earth and impressive rock formations, with Australia’s biggest inland wave at Wave Rock and Mount Augustus, a monolith that’s twice the size of Uluru.
Be amazed as you step into the world’s largest outdoor art gallery—created by world-renowned artist Antony Gormley near Menzies in the Goldfields.
Spend some time at Australia's whitest sands in Lucky Bay, and technicolour fields of native wildflowers, you’ll fall in love with the brilliant spectrum of colours on offer in this region.
From Perth meander along the coast to Esperance and then inland to Wave Rock or opt to follow the coast north before heading inland to discover even more of the Golden Outback and its famous trails including the Golden Quest Discover Trail and the Wool Wagon Pathway.
Grab your swimmers, comfy hiking boots and favourite picnic basket (imagine picnicking amongst the wild-flowers! Devine!) and get ready to capture the Golden Outback
Golden Outback is great for 5 – 14 Day Itineraries. Suggested Itinerary – Golden Quest Discover Trail