Magnetising tourists to its sweeping white sand beaches and powder blue bays, Cape Le Grand National Park more than lives up to its hype.
We barely scratch the surface of Western Australia’s underrated Pilbara region to discover pristine coral reefs, translucent seas and a stairway to the moon.
Home to rolling rust-red dunes and an opalescent ocean teeming with colourful underwater characters, Shark Bay is every nature lover’s paradise.
Planning your next adventure? Mitchell Falls, or Punamii-unpuu as it’s known to the local Wunambal people, is located at the tip of Western Australia, and is about as far as you can go without your passport.
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