Campsite Review: Balingup Transit Park

It was not my intention to review the campgrounds at the Balingup Transit Park. We had planned on a long weekend away at Wrights Bridge, a campground I had read numerous positive reviews about. Alas, so had many others because when we arrived on Friday before the Labour Day long weekend, it was full. After a […]

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Campsite Review: Quaalup Wilderness Retreat in Fitzgerald River National Park

Bremer Bay is a holiday hot spot on the south coast, approximately 505km from Perth and around a 5 hour drive. It’s a destination for lovers of beautiful coastline and bush and all these have to offer – fishing, camping, swimming, snorkelling, 4wding and bush walking. The town sits adjacent to the Fitzgerald River National […]

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Campsite Review: Milligan Island

Beach near Milligan Island campground

When the summer switch gets turned on, there’s only one action to take: go camping. Early November served up some excellent weather. We finally had a reason to explore a campground we had heard much about but were yet to visit: Milligan Island. What I love about this stretch of coast is that once the […]

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Camping in Exmouth: The Ultimate Winter Escape

Man fishing on beach at sunset

In my last post, I gave a few tips on winter camping. Being able to camp down south in the winter means fewer people so you can enjoy access to beautiful areas normally packed out in summer. However, the more popular option with most campers in WA is to head north during the colder months […]

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Campsite Review: Honeymoon Pool in Wellington National Park

Honeymoon Pool at Wellington National Park

Camping ground around two hours from the city? Check. Sites surrounded by beautiful national park? Check. Bushwalking, 4 wheel driving, photo opportunities and scenic locations to explore? A big check! We decided to get away for the WA Day long weekend and were looking for a location suitable for enjoying temperate winter days and fresh […]

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Campsite Review: Contos in Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park

Entrance road to Isaacs campsites

“And how many nights will you be staying in our luxury resort?” the ranger asked with a cheeky grin. It was only four and although he joked, we knew we were somewhere better than a luxury resort. Like Sandy Cape, Contos is another well-known and well-used camping ground for city folk. However, despite our many […]

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Camping at Sandy Cape: Escape the City in Just 2 Hours

Sandy Cape sunrise

Sandy Cape is probably the worst-kept secret for Perth camping and 4WD enthusiasts. It’s all over Facebook and Instagram with photos of the calm bay and pristine sands. Yet, it took us a long time before we made the trip to discover what all the fuss was about. We left early on a February morning […]

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