A Western Australia Road Trip: Stromatolites and dolphins in Shark Bay

​Shark Bay was always on our list of places to see in WA, partly because of our weird obsession with sharks and partly to see the world's oldest living organism, because science. Oh, and some dolphins and a beach made up entirely of shells. Basically it's a good place to spend some time. Hamelin Pool …

A Western Australia Road Trip: Cliffs and gorges in Kalbarri National Park

After three months in the extreme heat of the Northern Territories it was time for me to head back to civilization. I flew south to Perth and immediately regretted my decision when I realised it was actually cold in winter. Time to explore the rest of the west in search of sunshine and whale sharks. …

A Western Australia Road Trip: Giant Trees, Giant Rocks and Free Camping

After a busy day exploring so many places throughout the Margaret River region we decided to take it a little slower while we explored the south coast, partly because we didn't want to rush but mostly because it takes so long to drive anywhere. We said goodbye to the coast and made our way inland …

A Western Australia Road Trip: Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin

Driving the 116km from Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin will only take you an hour and a half, but give yourself a full day to explore. You'll see lighthouses (from afar unless you're paying), gorgeous and secluded beaches, some neat rocks, a few spooky caves and endless wineries for you to visit throughout the Margaret …