If you are visiting Western Australian on your next holiday trip, don’t remain tied to a city. Perth being the capital and largest city of the state makes a perfect base to explore all WA has on offer.
There are all types of tours and excursions on offer and when all these get combined with sunny climate, you won’t find any big challenge in going outdoors, soaking up the sun at spectacular beaches and swimming in the beautiful nature’s scenery the region is famous for.
If you want to take in the most of nature’s wonders of WA, campervan hires in Perth is the answer. Regardless if you are a student backpacker with a strict budget or a luxury traveller, a campervan drive from Perth to Broome has something for every taste and budget.
The road trip will take you through the most amazing outback of Western Australia bring you far away from the vibrant scenes of capital. If you are keen on making the most of your campervan holidays, book your four wheels online in advance before you arrive in the city.
Here are the top 5 experiences of an epic campervan drive from Perth to Broome that will make your journey a lifetime memorable affair.
Fall head over heels for the amazing pinnacles
Around 3 hour drive along the beautiful coastline from Perth will get you to the Nambung National Park, where you can watch out the incredible Pinnacles. The place witnesses over 250,000 visitors every year.
It is a picturesque limestone rock formation that head out of the desert in a spellbinding fashion. The rock formation is built from many thousands of years of erosion process; however the aboriginal people of the region have their own interesting stories to share.
Ride a Sand board at the Lancelin
Halfway from Perth and the Nambung National Park is a small town of Lancelin, which facilitates a plethora of exciting outdoor activities. For example, you can surf the waves, enjoy swimming and do a lot more.
For the most enthralling recreational activity in Lancelin, rent a sand board from the town and sail the sand dunes. I bet you may have not tried this sport earlier. You can also buy a guided tour package to drive through the dunes.
Step into a new world at the Principality of Hutt River
If you continue driving to the north from Lancelin, you will arrive at the Principality of Hutt River after a drive of around four hours. You may think of it as a short detour, but this atypical country located in the midst of Western Australia is worth seeing once.
Feed Dolphins at Shark Bay
Drive four hours north to the Principality of the Hutt River, and you will arrive in the pretty towns of Monkey Mia and Debham. Pay a visit to Shark Bay at the Monkey Mia Resort where not only you can watch dolphins closely but also can feed them with your hand. Make a stop at Shell Beach, and as its name suggests you will find some great shells to collect here. And don’t miss to explore the blowholes at Point Quobba before you move on.
Surprise yourself at Exmouth
It’s a long 10 hour drive from Shark Bay to Exmouth, but the journey will turn up rewarding when you will see the jaw-dropping Ningaloo Reef and great wealth of marine life including humpback whales, whale sharks, dolphins and countless fish.
The next destination of this amazing road trip is Broome. So, are you ready for the campervan holidays in WA?