Monkey Mia

There’s no monkey business in Monkey Mia, but maybe…. a fishy one.
Monkey Mia, located in Shark Bay World Heritage Area, Western Australia, is the only place in the world where dolphins come to the shoreline daily. Under the supervision of DEC rangers(Department of Environment and Conservation), you can feed these bottlenose dolphins between 8am to 12 noon.

Make a stopover at Shell beach too, it’s worth it.
Shark Bay is 850km from Perth and 420k from Geraldton. Nearest powered site for campervan is at Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort or more at Denham 24km away.

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What’s that scent?

Ever wonder why Australian parks smells so good? Eucalyptus tree is native to Australia and there are over 700 species belonging to the family of Myrtaceae. Leaves of eucalyptus are rich in oil which give off a refreshing scent. It is a popular ingredient used in aromatherapy, essential oils and medicinal relief.
Especially on a nice December summer with daylight hours stretched as far as 9pm, the weather is perfect for a nice walk in the park and enjoy the fresh, earthy scent. After long hours of driving, recharge your body and soul by the Eucalyptus way.

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Pink Lake

A pink lake? Yes you heard us correctly.
Hutt Lagoon, located near Port Gregory in Western Australia is a salt water lake formed by a beach barrier ridge and a barrier dune system, separating it from the vast Indian Ocean. The water of the lake is pink due to the presence of two types of algae that produces a reddish-orange organic pigment called Beta-Carotene, that is used commercially as a coloring pigment in food and medicines and it is the world’s largest system of algae farms dedicated to the production of this pigment.
If this pink lake is not enough for you, there is another one, Lake Hillier, located off the south coast of Western Australia.

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6 good reasons to do a campervan trip

reason #1

Pack and un-pack once! – A self-drive campervan trip is an awesome way to travel because you don’t have to get busy whenever you change an accommodation.You only get to do it during your pickup and drop-off at the campervan depot.

reason #2

Get to eat home-cooked food, having your kitchen on board means only eating and cooking what you like. Stock up the fridge with fresh groceries from supermarkets and farmers’ market along the way, thus stretching your holiday dollars for that souvenir.

reason #3

Every meal is an al fresco dining experience, stop at picturesque location and set up your camping table and chairs to have an awesome dining experience while watching the sunset.

reason #4

Little tots love it, travelling with kids need not be a physically and mentally exhaustive chore once they have found their favourite cosy corner to nap or sit. At anytime, they can have that tempting ice cream that was bought from the last supermarket stop that has been calling their name from the fridge while on the road. Toilet break need not be a hassle anymore.

reason #5

Be a radical, campervan road trips are never about following the herd. Break free and be flexible. Camp in picturesque location for the night when your spirit man leads.There are very nice camping spots far from the beaten track. The kids will definitely love it and adults will enjoy it over a campfire.

reason #6

Doing it in style, best of all you get to do it with all the creature comfort and convenience.

 

In a nutshell, a campervan trip allows you to do your travelling with a flexible itinerary at your own pace plus exploring and camping, with the stars as your night canvas and waking up to the most picturesque sunrise you can ever imagine.


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Blow Wind Blow

The Albany Wind Farm is one of the most spectacular and largest wind farms in Australia. The wind farm walk offers spectacular views of the twelve eco-friendly turbines along the Torndirrup peninsula. The turbines lower Western Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions by approximately 77,000 tonnes per year.
The wind farm is open to the general public every day of the year and you are free to visit when you wish. At the wind farm there is an extensive network of boardwalks with panoramic coastal views, artwork and information panels, plus a connection walk to the Bibbulmum track. Park your campervan at the large carpark and remember to don your wind breakers before setting out. Feel the power of the wind!

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