Western Australia is the country’s largest state, primarily being made up of the arid outback. Like most Australian states, it’s cities are dotted along the coastline, with most of the population living in Perth, its capital city.
The state’s huge size make it great for taking a caravan around to see the sights at your own pace, and its natural beauty means that anywhere can be a great camping destination.
Just off the edge of Perth is Rottnest Island, a nature reserve that features white sandy beaches and is home to the quokka, a unique and popular little creature.
A short drive south of Perth is Margaret River, part of Australia’s largest wine region, which is also home to great surf beaches and a wide variety of fine produce. Alternatively, you could take your caravan north to the Kimberly region, home to Aboriginal rock art and a beautiful and unique landscape.