There’s never been a better time to head out into the great outdoors within Western Australia. For a holiday with a difference, nothing beats hitting those red dusty roads in your very own caravan.
Whether you’re planning on making memories with the family or taking a road trip with friends to just get away from it all for a bit (we know it’s been a rough year for many of us), here’s our top destination recommendations to caravan in Western Australia. There’s something for everyone in our catalogue of wonderful locations, just waiting to be explored.
1. Hutt Lagoon, Port Gregory
Affectionately known as the ‘Pink Lake’ by the locals, it’s no mystery as to where Hutt Lagoon in Port Gregory gets its moniker. The vibrant pink colour of the water is attributed to a species of algae that wards off the sun’s rays with its rosy-coloured chemical production. While they say the best views are up above in a helicopter, we think you can see just as much on the ground while caravanning. The closest caravan park is Port Gregory Caravan Park, where you can settle in for a couple of days. Best of all, you don’t need to leave the pup at home: it’s pet friendly.
2. Honeymoon Pool, Worsley
Surrounded entirely by bushland, this unique swimming hole experience is a must. Enjoy bushwalking, fishing, swimming, or canoeing in this well-known spot. Overhanging peppermint trees make the experience even more surreal. Wellington National Park at Honeymoon Pool’s camping spot has about 20 campsites available – but be warned, they cannot be booked so you’ll have to get in quick.
3. The Kimberley
As one of the world’s last wilderness frontiers, there’s not many things that can impress you more than an ancient landscape, three times larger than England. The Kimberley region is home to a range of wildlife, majestic canyons, and freshwater swimming holes. From deep gorges to thermal springs, rainforests, and cascading waterfalls, see the best of The Kimberleys when you park your caravan or camper trailer at El Questro to truly get the most out of your experience.
4. Wave Rock, Hyden
Undoubtedly one of the most recognisable landmarks in Western Australia, Wave Rock is a natural rock formation that’s shaped like a – you guessed it – wave. Sitting at 15 metres high and around 110 metres long, the ‘wave’ sits north on a solitary hill in all its glory. Local tribes believe that Wave Rock was created by the Rainbow Serpent, holding cultural significance. Wave Rock Caravan Park is an excellent place to park your caravan while you explore the best of Hyden.
Find caravans for sale at PMX Campers
Ready to pack your bags and go on an adventure? All you need is a caravan from PMX Campers to get you there. We are proud to offer a range of caravans and camper trailers for sale to suit any budget, and any lifestyle. Visit us across three locations and contact your local dealer for honest advice about the best vehicle for your needs.