Western Australia encompasses a third of Australia, with more than half of the continent’s biodiversity hotspots and a large percentage of its rare flora and fauna thriving in the region.
Apart from being home to famous Australian wildlife, WA has over 12,000 species of wildflowers which makes it the world’s biggest collection of wildflowers.
Across 12,500 kilometres of coastline, archipelagos and islands, you’ll see migrating whales, wild dolphins as well as some of the world’s most diverse marine environments. To get up close and personal with manta rays, dugongs, reef sharks and turtles, do not miss Shark Bay and Ningaloo on your trip around WA.
The forests of WA grew isolated from the rest of the state. This is why much of the region’s flora and fauna is unique to Australia and the rest of the world. National parks located in Dryandra, the South West and Perth gives travellers a view to these remote forests and rare wildlife.
At the heart of WA is the biggest stretch of the Golden Outback which is home to majestic gorges, the western grey and red kangaroos, the numbat as well as an array of wildflowers. You can also spot crocodiles in Kimberley with a seasoned tour guide to cap off your tour.
Booking your next Western Australia adventure holiday has never been easier. Campstay offers a great selection of camping options in and around Western Australia which include family friendly camp sites, motorhome and campervan powered sites, caravan sites and cabins.