Updated: Oct 8, 2020
I, like most of the travellers who make our way to the country down under, known as Australia, quickly learns that this large country has a lot to offer. We quickly scramble together a bucket-list, in a desperate attempt of seeing it all – which of course, is impossible. There is no secret that the eastern side draw the largest crowds, but you might be surprised over the popularity of some western locations.
Author and Food Travel Writer: Nathalie Segelborg, A Piece of My Pie
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I started off in the east but after a while my love for the wilderness and the off beaten path lead me to a job on an Island outside of Perth, in Western Australia. There I got to know the friendly locals who opened my eyes for this beautiful part of Australia.
Deserted beaches that will make your jaw drop, less tourists, Snorkel friendly crystal clear turquoise water, red dirt that get in everywhere and so much more! It’s hard to not fall in love and I’m here today to tell you about the experiences you can’t miss in Western Australia.
The Gorges of Karijini National Park