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Australian outback adventure doesn't come much wilder than this. Western Australia's outback landscape provides a dramatic backdrop for an unforgettable wilderness adventure. Vast and rugged, its wide open spaces, fresh clean air and roads that seem to extend forever beyond the horizon.

Caravanning and Camping

On a caravaning and camping adventure in Western Australia, you can explore the largest and most diverse expanse of outback landscapes in Australia.

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Kimberley Aerial Highway

The Kimberley Aerial Highway is a series of runways across Western Australia’s Kimberley region and opens up one of Australia’s most remote, unique and truly extraordinary regions.

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Australian Farmstays

Australian farmstays allow you to leave the hustle and bustle of city life behind and revel in a peaceful pastoral existence. It's where the sound of silence and good old-fashioned hospitality reign supreme.

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Australian Outback Farms and Stations

Misty mornings, hearty country fare, deep red sunsets over majestic hill tops - for a taste of life on the land try one of the many farm or station stay experiences available in Western Australia.

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Gorges, Caves and Rocks

Two billion years in the making, Western Australia’s outback is home to some of the world’s most magnificent gorges, caves and rock formations.

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Off-Road 4WD Adventures

Test your mettle on some of the world’s most challenging four wheel drive (4WD) tracks, including the legendary Gibb River Road and Canning Stock Route.

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Western Australian Wildlife

Got a penchant for wildlife that hops, swims or slithers? Western Australia's vast and untouched outback is teeming with fascinating native fauna.

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Crocodiles and Reptiles

The natural habitat for Western Australia’s crocodiles and most of its reptiles is the northern half of the State. Several of Western Australia's national parks are home to hundreds of reptile species.

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Indigenous Art

Aboriginal art always tells a fascinating story. Myths, rituals, spirituality, beliefs, magic and sorcery abound in paintings, drawings, songs and dance.

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Real Australian Outback

The tough pioneering years of Western Australia's goldrush era have produced a strong, warm and colourful people, whose character is epitomised by Kalgoorlie - the hub of Western Australia's "wild west".

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Luxury in Outback Australia

Luxury in outback Australia can be found on glamping adventures and Kimberley cruises, or by hopping from wilderness resorts and lodges to homesteads and stations.

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Aboriginal Outback

For a real outback adventure, let the traditional landowners show you the wonders of this sun-kissed land. Tours range from four-wheel drive camping tours to leisurely bush walks.

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Wide Open Spaces

From gold mining towns and abandoned wells to shimmering salt lakes, the Western Australian outback is the perfect place to embark on an Aussie adventure.

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Outback and Marine

Going outback in Western Australia does not mean leaving the glorious waterways behind. Deep red earth leads to white sandy beaches and turquoise water – in some parts of WA, the outback and coastline convene in an awesome display of natural beauty.

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Country Pubs

Next time you’re passing through a country town, make a beeline for the wide verandahs and jovial atmosphere of the local pub. It’s here you’ll discover the soul of a town – it’s where the beer is ice-cold, yarns are spun and local legends begin.

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The Wild West

You won't find swinging saloon doors and gun-toting bolsters, but with its tough pioneer history and gold fever tales Kalgoorlie is the hub of Western Australia's Wild West.

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Savannah Way WA

For a fair dinkum West Aussie adventure, why not tackle the Savannah Way? The 3,699 kilometre route begins in tropical North Queensland, travels through the Northern Territory and ends in the picturesque pearling town of Broome.

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