Step away from the East Coast of Australia and take some time to get to know the West. Perth is the capital city of Western Australia, with its lush coastline, fashionable bars and laid back atmosphere, it’s definitely somewhere you want to tick off your Australian bucket-list. But what to do when you get there? Here are 7 things you have to do when in Perth…
Western Australia is a cocktail of adventure, breath-taking beaches and unspoilt landscapes. It is a MUST on any trip Down Under. There is so much to see and so much to do – to help you get planning we have put together our top 9 experiences that are not to be missed! Enjoy…
Cycle around Rottnest Island
It’s only our favourite day of the week… Monday. JUST KIDDING. It’s Friday wooo! So let’s just take a moment to imagine what our Fridays would be like if we lived in WA aka Western Australia (pretty darn good by the looks of things…)
And to your right, you'll see one of our local residents taking a casual stroll along the coast. Monkey Mia might be known for its dolphins but roaming emus are also pretty common in the seaside town in @australiascoralcoast. During spring it's possible to see them wondering around with their adorable baby chicks in tow. Thanks for the great pic, @r.a.w.21 #thisisWA #justanotherdayinWA #WesternAustralia #SeeAustralia #amazingcoralcoast
It’s time to delve into the unexplored West Coast of Australia. WA is a world away from the well-trodden path of the East Coast, with its untouched beaches, natural wonders and chilled out capital Perth, it’s got a hell of a lot going for it! STA Travel have teamed up with the lovely lot over in Western Australia to show you exactly what life is like Down Under. Swimming with Whale Sharks or exploring the Pinnacles is no biggie’ for these guys, that’s how they like to spend most days!
Freedi is a German born adventurer from Berlin, who loves to blog on all things fitness, fashion, clean eating, travel and adventures.
Kate also known as ‘Adventurous Kate’ is a jet-setter hailing all the way from the US. She’s all about solo, independent travel for women.
So let’s break it down and take a look at what these girls are going to get up to…
First stop Perth…
Good morning Perth!
Nestled between Kings Park and the sparkling Swan River, #Perth is a blend of unique natural and urban delights. @3rainnys took this snap perched on a viewing platform at #KingsPark, one of the best spots in the city to take in views of the iconic #SwanRiver and Darling Ranges. It is also one of the largest inner city parks in the world, even bigger than New York’s Central Square! #thisisWA #justanotherdayinWA #westernaustralia #SeePerth
Travelling around the East Coast of Australia is no picnic in the park or BBQ on the beach should we say! It’s a huge stretch of coastline and we mean HUGE, South Africa fits in it. You’ll find everything along the way including the world’s largest sand island, crystal clear waters of the Whitsunday Islands, tropical jungles in the north and the best surfing spots in the country like Byron Bay! Oh and don’t forget some of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world like Sydney and Brisbane.
Wow there’s A LOT to see on East Coast of Oz and you’ll want to see it all properly. So here are a few things to bear in mind when travelling the East Coast of Australia…
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