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Explore Australias Beauty in remote Western Australia!

Western Australia’s national parks and camping sites offer breathtaking landscapes and spectacular views, far away from tourists. Here, you can experience Australia’s sunniest capital city, whitest beach and largest expanse of outback, one of the oldest known living cultures on Earth, UNESCO World Heritage reef and rock formations, world-class surf and premium wines.

See our favorite highlights of our trip from Darwin to Perth!

Kalamina Gorge is a great introduction to the gorge system of Karijini National Park. With its beautiful and easy trail along the river bed and picnic area​s.

- Kalamina Gorge, Karijini National Park

The walk down into Hancock Gorge to the Kermit Pool has been one of our favorite walks. The refreshing swim in the end in a stunning scenery is defenently worth the adventurous hike!

- Hancock Gorge, Karijini National Park

Paddle in your canoe on the Kathrine River through the stunning landscape.​ Spot wild animals like Eagles, Black Cockatoos, Cormorants and Freshwater Crocodiles along the river banks.​

- Kathrine Gorge, Nitmiluk National Park

Discover unbeaten Tracks with your 4WD

Go further than ever before on 4WD tracks! We just love 4WDriving, because our Landcruiser is capable to take us to beautiful places and isolated remote areas, which can only be accessed by a 4x4 off-road vehicle. Camp next to wild Kangaroos and Emus and enjoy a timeout in the nature without reception, far from any semblance of civilisation.

See our favorite tracks below, or find more 4WD tracks here!

Find your own unique Aussie outback adventure through the Kimberley’s vast untouched wilderness, ancient gorge country and amazing cattle stations.​

- Gibb River Road (660​km 4WD track)

The perfect location as a base for exploring the Kimberly region.

- El Questro, Gibb River Road

Located in the southern section of Litchfield National Park, is this one of our favorite tracks. 44km long and with deep river crossings.

- Reynolds Track, Litchfield National Park

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