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Get The Local’s Guide To Western Australia
Now that you've got your next WA road trip on the horizon, take some travel inspiration from the locals. They've travelled the length of WA and seen plenty of amazing sights along the way. Having developed a deeper connection to the culture and the landscapes, they're ready to share their fantastic local secrets with you.
Sometimes we overlook the beauty right here in our own country. With international travel off the cards, friends Jarrad Seng and Brooke Burton took the opportunity to plan a bucket list adventure starting in their own backyard. With the mantra of 'travel slow, explore more', they took a voyage of discovery along the Coral Coast Highway to Exmouth. Follow in the footsteps of Jarrad and Brooke’s 12 day campervan trip from Perth.
Western Australia Campervan Itineraries
Diversity is what WA is all about, making it a prime location for a campervan trip. Head north and follow the beautiful landscapes and vivid marine life along the Coral Coast Highway to Exmouth, treat your senses to some stunning food and wine complemented by temperate rainforests and magnificent coastline, or wander out yonder somewhere new and explore the gorge-ous Kimberley. Whatever your ideal campervan trip, Western Australia has something amazing to show you.
Our Perth Campervan Branch
Britz Perth are the experts when it comes to campervan hire in Western Australia. Our Perth branch is located near the airport, making it a great place to start a campervan trip on one of these classic Western Australia itineraries or to explore one of the many National Parks in WA, including world-famous Kalbarri.
Our Broome Campervan Branch
Pick up a Britz campervan in Broome from our handy branch located close to the airport and city centre. As the gateway to the iconic Kimberley region, it's the perfect place to start your Western Australia road trip. From Broome, there's plenty of natural wonders to discover by camper - so book your campervan hire and start exploring all that WA has to offer.
Our Darwin Campervan Branch
Hiring a campervan from Darwin is your ticket to exploring the breathtaking scenery of the Kimberley. Situated close to Darwin Airport, pick up a camper and cross the border into WA via Katherine, discovering the incredible national parks along the way. Choose Britz Darwin and immerse yourself in WA's incredible landscapes.
Due to the size of the state WA has varied climate types. The northern coast has a tropical climate with a wet season (Nov - Mar) with temps 24C - 34C and a dry season (Apr - Oct) with temps circa 30C. The coastal south-west has a mild Mediterranean style climate with hot dry summers (highs 25C) and mild rainy winters (highs 16C). Inland is arid with the majority of rainfall January to March and maximum temperatures of 38C in Jan and 19C in July.
What To Pack:
Casual clothing for travelling & activities and smart casual for evening dining is recommended. Make sure you bring comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, insect repellent, towel, swimwear, all-weather coat/jacket and a warm sweater/jacket.
Wine and Food:
Home to nine world class wine regions, each with their own unique characteristics and qualities WA is a great destination for anyone who enjoy great wine and food. With access to world renowned Margaret River, and the state’s oldest growing region Swan Valley, you’ll be spoilt for choice - the only problem is trying to fit them all into one trip!
Things To Do
A real melting pot for events, WA is home to some great annual festival events including film, food and wine and music. For the more outdoorsy, there’s triathlons, motor racing and off road adventure racing to get the endorphins pumping. Visit Tourism Western Australia to find out what events are happening during your visit.
Australia is full of scenic National Parks; 500 of them in fact! The varying landscapes and native trees throughout the country make every one unique and unforgettable. In total there are 60 national parks Western Australia wide with an array of breathtaking natural attractions for anyone to visit. If you're travelling around Western Australia, sightseeing, we've pulled together a list of the top national parks WA has to offer.
Coastal Must Do's:
Follow the coast and immerse yourself in some of the most diverse environments. Swim with sharks and rays, ride camels on the beach and see nature like never before. Must do’s include Shark Bay, Ningaloo Reef, Monkey Mia, Pinnacles Desert and Kalbarri to add to your itinerary for a start.