Some describe Dirk Hartog Island as the Fraser of the west coast, but this exclusive Western Australia 4x4 destination offers a remoteness that its Queensland cousin simply can’t match.
Whether you’re into trainspotting, birdwatching or gazing out to sea, this route along the Nullarbor Plain offers something for everyone.
The Gary Junction Road strikes through the heart of the Great Sandy Desert, and it’s an epic drive.
From the sea to the iron- and gold-rich mountains of the northern Pilbara.
Western Australia may be huge, but you don’t have to travel far from Perth to find decent 4x4 tracks.
‘Nothing worth having comes easy’ is the Oombi Track to a tee, with the reward in the journey and the destination.
Day-tripper's paradise is just a stone's throw away from Perth.
Walking, fishing, biking, and even climbing, you name it, Wellington NP has it.
Formerly a logging area, 'The Shannon' has retained much of its natural beauty.
This 19,092-ha national park is a gigantic playground for all ages and interests.
Perth feels like a world away from the eastern states, but the journey west is worthwhile for remote-area travellers.
The tranquil surroundings of Stokes Inlet are steeped in pastoral history and natural beauty