23 May

8 Hidden Gems of Western Australia To Explore On Your Campervan Holiday

From pink lakes to colour-changing rocks, there is so much to witness in Western Australia!

Are you yearning to take an offbeat campervan trip away from the usually crowded tourist destinations, but not quite sure where to head? The answer is Western Australia. Thriving wildlife, untouched locations, spellbinding vistas,fun-packed adventures, this exotic Australian state never fails to surprise you!

Spanning over 2.6 million square kilometers, the beautiful western state of Australia is one of the most alluring destinations in the world. With so much to do, your trip will be a memorable one, especially if you have the freedom to explore it on two wheels in your Campervan Hire Australia.

Check out our list of fabulous Western Australia destinations, where thrill and euphoria await you…

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The Wonders Of Western Australia That Will Leave You Spell-Bound

Margaret River

If there is one thing that western Australia is famous for, then it is its exquisite gourmet food and refined wine. Home to a vast vineyard stretched as far as your eyes can see, the Margaret River region is a haven for food connoisseurs and wine lovers.

Soaking in the scenic beauty of Margaret River, enjoying the breeze while strolling on the rugged coastline and indulging in wine-tasting at one of the area's many award-winning breweries and wineries. This is what your days in the Margaret River region would be like.

Shark Bay

Located 2 minutes away from Denham, shark bay is the first western Australian site to be awarded UNESCO world heritage status. It is one of the few places in the world where you can get up and close with the bottlenose dolphins and feed them. You can also spot other fascinating marine species like Manta Rays, sea turtles, humpback whales, dugongs, etc.

Ningaloo Reef

Another of WA's world heritage sites, the Ningaloo reef, is a nature's marvel that will bring delight to your eyes and thrill to your heart. It is home to a wide variety of marine species, which you can see closely. 

You can indulge in various adventure activities such as swimming with manta rays, colourful fishes, or snorkeling at the exquisite Turquoise bay. 

Ningaloo is every bit as picturesque as its famous counterpart, the Great Barrier Reef, but is less crowded and tranquil, making it the perfect place to relish both adventure and leisure.

Rottnest Island

Located 19 Kms away from the coast of Perth, the idyllic Rottnest island is packed with delightful wildlife like migratory birds and, of course, the adorable quokkas and fun-filled activities, making it one of the best family travel destinations in the country.

The island offers many water activities, including snorkelling,fishing, and surfing. Name a water sport, and you will find it at Rottnest!. There are no cars on the island, so you will have to park your Motorhome on the foreshore.

Rottnest island

Mt Augustus

Mt Augustus is one of the most alluring natural wonders in the world. It has been listed as the largest rock in the world. You can enjoy a hike with your family and witness the colour changing of rocks at dusk and dawn. Spend a night in your campervan hire with your family at the foothills of Mt Augustus, relishing the scenic views of nature.

Horizontal Waterfalls

Western Australia is full of nature's surprises, and one of the most captivating ones is the Horizontal waterfalls located in Kimbolton, on the coast of Kimberly. It is as picturesque as any other waterfall, except the illusion of water makes it look like horizontal waterfalls. The entire region is filled with stunning natural delights and adrenaline-pumping activities, including Seaplane tours, wakeboarding, jet boat rides, and many more. The horizontal waterfall is a must-visit destination for your western-Australian campervan trip.


If you have a penchant for something less touristy and more authentic, then this one's for you! Koojlaman, situated at Cape Leveque, is a wilderness camp run by the indigenous Bardi Jawi communities. It is the perfect place for you to leave the hustle-bustle of the city behind and enjoy a little escapade in the company of your loved ones.

There are plenty of activities to keep you engaged at Koojalam, such as flights to the buccaneer archipelago, mud crabbing and of course the native food experience that will entice your taste buds.


The Pink Water Lakes

Western Australia is home to not one but two pink water lakes famous for their marvelous hues and pigments. The first one is Hutt Lagoon, and the second is Lake Hillier. The Hutt Lagoon is located 250 miles from Perth, and the lake hillier is nestled on an island off the state's south coast. Apart from serving as an idyllic backdrop for your social media photos, these lakes also offer plenty of fun activities in the surrounding areas.

Signing off

Aussie Campervans offers a wide range of campervan rentals for your next trip to the marvelous state of Western Australia. For your campervan hire requirements, check out the prices on our website or drop an email at [email protected] for more information.

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