• Sugarloaf Rock
    AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    MARGARET RIVER IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    Margaret River in Western Australia is a picturesque region located no more than 300 km south of Perth, most famous for boutique-size wineries, and remarkable wines. You will also find there pristine beaches, beautiful rock formations, and bush campsites tucked away from civilisation. In this blog post, I'm going to share with you some of the best things to do in Margaret River in Western Australia. Let's get right into it!

  • DEntrecasteaux National Park
    AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    D’ENTRECASTEAUX NATIONAL PARK

    Is D’Entrecasteaux National Park one of the best places to visit in Western Australia? Interestingly enough, it's not a popular travel destination, but I do think it's a very special place with many secrets to discover. No doubts it's best to explore in a 4WD vehicle. If you don't have one, it's still worth coming here. In this blog post, I'm going to share with you some of the best things to do in D’Entrecasteaux National Park. Let's go!

  • Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk
    AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    WALPOLE – NORNALUP NATIONAL PARK

    There is one thing that comes to my mind when I think about Walpole – Nornalup National Park. Red tingle tree, one of the most spectacular trees in Western Australia that can reach as high as 80 m. This species can be easily recognised by its exceptionally wide base, and a hollowed out trunk. Distribution of these trees is limited, and this makes Walpole – Nornalup National Park a very unique place. Find out more in this post.

  • Pemberton's climbing trees
    AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    PEMBERTON’S CLIMBING TREES

    What is the craziest tourist attraction in Western Australia? Pemberton's climbing trees with no doubt. These giants have over 50 m, were formerly used as fire lookouts, and today remain open for tourists to climb. Have I mentioned that there's hardly no support provided? Just pegs hammered into the tree trunk that form a ladder. Would you rely on that? Learn more about Pemberton's climbing trees in this blog post.

  • Cape to Cape Track
    AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    CAPE TO CAPE TRACK: 7-DAY ITINERARY

    The Cape to Cape Track is a picturesque, long-distance trail that goes along the coast in Margaret River in Western Australia. The entire 135-km hike is an amazing adventure. Most people cover this distance in 4 – 7 days. Of course, there are some hikers who did the Cape to Cape Track in 3 days, but I'm definitely not one of them. In this blog post, I'm going to share with you my 7-day Cape to Cape Track itinerary. Let's go!

  • Cape to Cape Track
    AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    CAPE TO CAPE TRACK: NEED TO KNOW

    The Cape to Cape Track is Australia's longest coastal trail. If you enjoy multi day hikes, and prefer camping in the bush rather than sleeping in a cosy bed, the Cape to Cape Track is definitely for you. The trail has 135 km, runs through beautiful Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, and features spectacular landscapes. In this blog post, I'm going to share with you all you need to know about the Cape to Cape Track. Let's get started!

  • Ellen Peak
    AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    ELLEN PEAK IN THE STIRLING RANGE

    Ellen Peak has 1012 m above sea level, and it's located in Stirling Range National Park. The mountain itself is not too high, but the hike is quite challenging. In fact, you need to climb over 800 m from the plain to the summit. What's more, the track is not signposted. You better be experienced in hiking and navigating before making an attempt. This hike is also a great warm-up before The Stirling Range Ridge Walk. Enjoy!

  • Porongurup National Park
    AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    PORONGURUP NATIONAL PARK

    Porongurup National Park is one of the best places to visit in Western Australia. It lies over 400 km south-east of Perth, and almost 50 km north of Albany. The most popular attraction here is the Granite Skywalk, a suspended walkway around a spectacular granite outcrop. What do you need to know before going to Porongurup National Park? What else is well-worth doing here? Check out this blog post for the answers.

  • AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    STIRLING RANGE NATIONAL PARK

    Australia is the flattest continent in the world, so you can't expect extremely high mountains here. But hey! It doesn't mean that there are no mountains at all! If you like hiking (and I hope you do!), check out Stirling Range National Park. It's a must see place in Western Australia, and the only major mountain range located relatively close to Perth. Here's all you need to know about walking tracks in Stirling Range National Park.

  • Torndirrup National Park Bald Head Trail
    AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    TORNDIRRUP NATIONAL PARK

    Torndirrup National Park is definitely one of the best places to visit in Western Australia. It offers outstanding coastal views, rugged granite headlands and white sandy beaches. There is also one of my favourite walking tracks in Western Australia. The views along the way left me literally speechless. In this blog post, I’m going to share with you some of the best things to do in Torndirrup National Park. Let's go!