With international travel limited for the time being, exploring Australia is becoming a top priority for those looking to indulge in a bit of a holiday. It’s no secret that Western Australia boasts some of the most stunning beaches in the world.
That’s why we think during this brief hiatus of international exploration, you should take the time to explore your own backyard and travel to some of the most beautiful beaches Western Australia has to offer.
Situated just 19 kilometres off the coast of Fremantle, Rottnest Island is home to unique wildlife, rich heritage and picturesque scenery. It is also renowned for housing some of Australia’s finest beaches and bays. With beautiful coves, beaches and bays positioned all over the island, Rottnest Island is the perfect place to travel with the kids and caravan during a long weekend. You can choose your route, North or South (or both if you have some time on your hands) and explore the island freely.
Broome’s Cable Beach is world famous and delivers turquoise water, 22 kilometres of sun-kissed white sand and breathtaking Indian Ocean sunsets. Bounded by ochre red cliffs and sand dunes, Cable Beach embraces the beauty of nature by the ocean. Cable Beach is famous for spectacular sunsets over the ocean featuring purples, golds and fiery reds that light up the sky and iconic camel rides.
Deemed Western Australia’s marine paradise, Coral Bay is one of Australia’s premium holiday destinations. Named after the beautiful coral gardens situated metres from pristine beaches, this small laidback seaside location is the perfect getaway spot. Coral Bay activities embrace the beautiful ocean that surrounds it. From swimming with the manta rays to drift-snorkelling across the beach, there is plenty to do and see at Coral Bay.
If you’re big on surfing, Yallingup Beach is the perfect destination to do just that. Renowned for its powerful surf, world class snorkelling and expansive long stretch of beach, there is plenty to do at Yallingup Beach. With a sheltered swimming lagoon at the southern end of the beach and a kid friendly swimming area, Yallingup Beach is a great place to take the whole family.
Famous for being home to kangaroos that hop around and lounge about the island, Lucky Bay is just a 45-minute drive from the small WA town, Esperance. Other than kangaroos, Lucky Bay has a lot to offer. The perfect spot to drive with your caravan, Lucky Bay is open to four wheeling thanks to compact sand which makes it perfect for driving around to explore.
Explore Western Australia’s most beautiful beaches in style
Whether you’re planning a weekend trip or month-long adventure, PMX Campers can help you get there. Ditch the airports and invest in something that will last you a lifetime. From camper trailers to caravans, PMX Campers has a variety of camping solutions to fit the unique needs of your family. Browse our vehicles and contact PMX Campers today at (08) 9455 1454 for more information on our products and services.