WHAT TO DO IN AUSTRALIA WITH KIDS
Western Australia WOW. We spent 7 months exploring this beautiful state and it brought home the goods. The coastline is just magnificent from the top to the very bottom and is so vastly different. Our favourite place was exploring Exmouth and the Ningaloo reefs, the sunsets were just amazing. We could have spent hours under the water looking at fish…..of wait we did EVERY SINGLE DAY we were there!
We were chasing the sun and the warmth as much as possible but like true Aussie weather we caught rain pretty much every place we went. Sometimes it was refreshing to have some water and other times it increased the humidity in the air so much, thank god for our air conditioner in the van. Being Ausssies we do appreciate when the dry towns get some rain because we understand how dry our country can get and this helps our farmers a lot.
We mostly free /low cost camped during our caravan trip through Western Oz which we enjoy the most. We like having lots of space to ourselves, it is very rejuvenating coming from a big city like Perth. But every month we would book in to a caravan park so the children can meet other children and they make friends in an instance. We love meeting other travelling families and hearing about their adventures too.
If you are planning a trip to Western Australia click above to see what there is to do. I will try my best to keep this updated as much as possible to keep you up to date with all the latest.
Crossing into South Australia was a long drive. We came from Western Australia and crossed the long road of the Nullabor. It took us 3 days and over 1200kms. For two fo those days we drove for eight hours straight and only stopped at the roadhouses to stretch our legs and grab a bite to eat. Other than that we were dedicated to getting into South Australia as soon as possible.