Whalebone Bay campsite, Shark Bay World Heritage Area - Tourism Western Australia
RV and Caravan hire from local owners in Western Australia —
Are you dreaming of a place abundant with fields of wildflowers and star-filled skies? A place where you can witness the untamed beauty of wild sea life up close, or traverse the largest and most diverse expanse of land in Australia in search of unique native flora and fauna? WA is the real Australian paradise portrayed in all the films, and the best way to get up close and personal with this mammoth state is by road. With over 12,800 km of coastline, Western Australia naturally boasts some of the most spectacular fishing spots in the country.
Try your hand at beach fishing in Jurien Bay or Horrocks, but if you don’t fancy the long rods then venture inland towards Murchison River at Kalbarri, or around Geraldton.
If fishing isn't your thing, you might prefer swimming with whale sharks, turtles and dolphins on the Coral Coast, surfing the famous breaks at Margaret River or just cuddling a quokka on Rottnest Island.
Plan your trip by nature’s calendar to witness spectacular events like bird and sea life migration in the South West, or the stunning trail of wildflowers in bloom in the North West or Golden Outback. Western Australia’s unique and vast array of attractions means there are camping grounds, caravan parks and sites available everywhere, especially along the coast and they are equipped with every level of comfort to suit any style and budget. Another great feature of WA camping and caravanning sites is that most of them are petfriendly, so you don’t have to leave your favourite family member at home!