Around WA

Western Australia is the nations largest state, and this vast expanse of land affords the visitor many unique opportunities to seek isolation for quiet reflection and rejuvenation. Let the warm waters of the Indian Ocean wash over you as you snorkel the coral reef at Ningaloo Marine Park, or admire the grace and intelligence of the bottlenose dolphins that visit magical Monkey Mia. Beachcombers will enjoy wandering along Broome’s beautiful Cable Beach, while the Pinnacles, silent sentinels of limestone in Nambung National Park, have long inspired poets and photographers. The picture to the left is taken by one of our customers at the Pinnacles.

Colourful wildflowers carpet parts of western Australia in spring time, cheering even the most jaded of travellers – but you are sure to find Western Australia an absolute delight whatever time of year you choose to visit!
The picture to the left was sent to us by a couple who took advantage of the floral parks of Cape Naturalist to the south west of the state.

Feature – The South West – Margaret River
The most famous part of southern Western Australia is the Margaret River region. This is because for the past decade the region has become famous for it’s fine wines, variety of entertainment and for those of us brave enough the best surfing in the state, boasting some of the best breaks in Australia. The wine region is now considered the equal of the hunter Valley in New South Wales, the Barossa in South Australia and the Yarra Valley in Victoria. Located just 280 Kilometres south of Perth, Margaret River is a settlement of some substance, with a choice of more than 60 quality vineyards to visit. One of the tips from Go kombi is to try out the region just North of Margaret River, where there are 13 to choose from in a 5 km radius. Just park up the van and remember where you left it!