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    North west WA. Coral Bay.
    Karijini National Park!

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    The Kimberley (Gibb River Road)

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    Cairns then up to port Douglas and the daintree

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    Monkey mia! See the dolphins. They do a feed to. My partner and I spent a night there. It was beautiful. I also recommend the drive through the Kimberly range. My partner and I drove from Perth to Darwin in 6 days. We stayed two nights in Broome and I wish we could have had more time to do the trip.

    My mum and I also drove from Brisbane to Perth. The Nullabor is awesome, but take your time as there are a lot of straight stretches.

    Wish I could take 6 months to drive around Australia!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smidget3004 View Post
    Monkey mia! See the dolphins. They do a feed to. My partner and I spent a night there. It was beautiful. I also recommend the drive through the Kimberly range. My partner and I drove from Perth to Darwin in 6 days. We stayed two nights in Broome and I wish we could have had more time to do the trip.

    My mum and I also drove from Brisbane to Perth. The Nullabor is awesome, but take your time as there are a lot of straight stretches.

    Wish I could take 6 months to drive around Australia!

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    My husband wants to do it for a year but we will see how we feel after 6 months. lol He may feel different I am pretty excited and am thinking about keeping a blog to share it with all my family and friends. I think its just what we need to just take off and go have some family time in the great outdoors.

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    The south west of western Australia has loads of amazing places. We live in Perth and explore different areas down there at least once a year.

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    The Kimberley (Gibb River Road)
    This ^^ . El Questro Station (eastern end of Gibb River Rd) is one of our most favourite places in Oz

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    Yes loved El Questro! And Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge.

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    Denmark/Walpole. I would do the Tree Top Walk, Madfish winery and see all the local artists, chocolate makers etc. The beaches are amazing. Greens pool and Madfish Bay are beautiful. I would also recommed going to see Bluff Knoll in the Stirling Ranges.

    Margaret River! Wineries galore!! Vasse Felix, Driftwood, Duckstein Brewery/Saracen to name a few. You MUST go to Margaret River Chocolate factory. You get unlimted free chocolate tastings and Providore. Try Hamelin Bay or Canal Rocks for the beaches. Meelup and Eagle Bay are gorgeous for kids (the beach ) and have a Simmos ice cream in Dunsborough. There is a wooden maze down there which is pretty cool and a new fun park- Xscape to the Cape.

    In Bunbury you can see,feed and swim with Dolphins at the Dolphin Discovery Centre and if you pass through the Donnybrook/Balingup area they have a massive cool park. Ferguson Valley is beautiful and has some nice wineries and I highly recommend Moody Cow Brewrery which has a kids area.

    It is really lovely and natural here.

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    Oh the kids are dying to do the dolphin thing, I got to swim with them when I was a kid in Hawaii and loved it.

    Thanks guys these are great idea I will have to get a planner out and map out all these places.


 

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