Western Australia


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Albany is situated on the southern coast of Western Australia, and is a 4 hour 45 minute drive from Perth.Prepare to be blown away by Albany’s dramatic convict history, set against a backdrop of rugged granite coastline, green seas and a wild beauty that tugs at the heartstrings.

Walpole is surrounded by the Walpole-Nornalup National Park and the Walpole-Nornalup Inlet System. The Walpole Wilderness Area is an ancient forest with ancient Karri and Giant Tingle stretching up and up! These trees are amazingly graceful as they soar into the sky stretching endlessly in all directions.
Fernhook Falls & Gnomesville

Gnomesville is presently home to more than 1000 residents, which are scattered everywhere – in the bush, alongside the road and hidden up and around the various pathways that run through the immediate area. Nobody seems to know exactly how the quaint little hamlet of gnomes began and nobody is really sure who’s responsible for their existence.

Esperance lies along the southern coast of Western Australia, 721km from Perth and is part of Australias Golden Outback. This busy port and tourist town has some of the best coastal scenery in Australia; its snow-white secluded beaches, beautiful National Parks and many islands of the Archipelago of the Recherche provide a myriad of alluring locations to explore.
Esperance – Great Ocean Drive

The Great Ocean Drive is a circular loop that runs 38km from Esperance along the stunning southern coast, showcasing many of Esperances famous attractions. The road leads to the Wind Farms at Salmon Beach and Ten Mile Lagoon that are linked the local power supply. Esperance is the second windiest place in Western Australia and these farms help to offset local fuel prices.
Esperance – Mount Ridley
Secret spot do your own research. Cool
Esperance – Cape Le Grand

Cape Le Grand National Park lies 40km east of Esperance and boats a world of rocky granite outcrops, spectacular sweeping beaches, hillside woodlands and paper-bark fringed swamps. Fantastic views of the Archipelago of the Recherche can be seen from many vantage points, the most noteworthy being Frenchmans Peak 262m. There are a number of bushwalking tracks, including the 15km Coastal Trail between Le Grand Beach and Rossiter Bay.
Bunker Bay
Nestled in a secluded part of south-west Western Australia, Bunker Bay is a very special place. Protected by the rocky promontories of Cape Naturaliste, this unique hideaway has a sheltered, north-facing beach lapped by turquoise water.
Busselton Jetty
Stretching 1.8 kilometres across Geographe Bay, Busselton Jetty is the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. It is appreciated for its spectacular Underwater Observatory, Jetty Train and myriad of recreational uses. A unique experience situated in Western Australia’s favourite playground!
Wildflowers South of Western Australia
Wildflowers we have seen on our trip to Esperance and Albany in October 2011

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