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Motorhome holiday in Western Australia

Western Australia is one of the largest and most remote states in the world, and it has many treasures to be discovered from the comfort of a motorhome. Here we are going to look at a round trip starting in the city of Perth, and taking you round some of the most spectacular and beautiful sights you could hope to see.

Perth to Mount Magnet
Take the inland highway when you leave Perth and this will lead you to the gently undulating hills of Wheatbelt. A little farther on you will come to the town of Mount Magnet, which has a strong mining history for those that are interested, and stunning rock formations to be seen for those who aren’t!

On the Boogardie-Lennonville Road there is a fascinating rock formation known as the Amphitheatre, and it has been a popular picnic spot for nearly a century. Another site worth visiting is ‘The Granites’  - as their name suggests they are formations of granite, and they have quartz veins running through them. This is an area of great significance for the Aborigines with many burial and ceremonial sites.

If you want to visit a working mine, then stop off at Newman and you can experience first-hand what iron-ore production looks like, at the Mount Whaleback Mine. Daily tours depart from the visitor centre at 9.30am and take about an hour and a half.

Karijini National Park
Next stop is Karijini National Park – this is an absolute delight for all visitors and a real must-see. Breath-taking gorges slice their way through ancient rock formations and swimming holes abound, such as the Circular Poll, Fortesque Falls and the Fern Pool. Karijini Eco Retreat is a great choice if you are looking for somewhere to pitch up for the night, and they have a range of facilities depending on your needs. Allow plenty of time for your visit to Karijini, at least three days or much longer if you really want to soak up the magical surroundings.

Exmouth and West Cape National Park
The Cape Range National Park is home to pristine beaches, where you will be within easy reach of the Ningaloo reef, with its coral reefs and turtles less than 20ft from the shore. If you are feeling brave there is even the option to swim with Whale Sharks in this part of the Gulf.

Don’t leave without visiting Yardie Creek – an amazing multi-coloured gorge. This is home to a colony of black-footed rock wallabies, and if you are lucky you will get to witness these little characters in their natural environment.

Coral Bay
Heading South, stop off at Coral Bay for some excellent snorkelling, or diving if that is more your thing. There is a wealth of natural beauty to be enjoyed here and various activities including deep-sea fishing, watching manta rays or travel out on a coral viewing boat.

The cute little fishing town of Carnarvon is worth a visit, and 75km north of Carnarvon are the Blowholes – where the power of the sea forces water through underwater caves with such force that they erupt through the surface as jets of water – a truly magnificent sight.

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