Western Australia is one of the most beautiful places on earth with pristine beaches, open public spaces and some of the most remote and stunning landscapes in Australia. WA has some of the best parks in Australia that focuses on conservation and maintenance and is truly a remarkable place to reconnect with nature.
Here the five must see parks you would want to experience when visiting Western Australia:
Karijini National Park – offers natures finest landscapes from large intimidating gorges, pristine rock pools and waterfalls. A fabulous place for hike and to enjoy scenic lookouts, have a swim in nature’s spectacular pools. Karijini National Park is best accessed via a tour group and has camp sites located within the park. Driving to Karijini will take 4.5 hours from the states north town of Port Hedland.
Purnululu National Park – is World Heritage listed and home to the Bungle Bungle Range in the Kimberley region. Spectacular sandstone formation and massive gorges attract visitors all year round. Take in the view from above with the closes scenic flights operating from Halls Creek and Kununurra.
Cape Le Grand National Park – located in Esperance the park offers many recreation activities. Swimming in white sandy beaches among sunbaking kangaroos, rock climbing at Mount Le Grand, many bush walking trails intertwined to breathtaking lookouts. The park provides a tranquil atmosphere with and displays bursting colours of wildflowers in the spring.
Nambung National Park – home to the fascinating Pinnacles Desert, huge limestone pillars pierce through the earth’s golden yellow sand. Formed over millions of years and shaped by mother nature’s natural forces. Can be easily accessed via the coastal town of Cervantes.
Fitzgerald River National Park – you will find many flora species that cannot be found anywhere else in this 300,000 hectare spectacle. Bird species including the rare ground parrot, western whip choose to habitat here. This is truly one to explore undisturbed wilderness with rugged mountains, coastline and beaches, is easily accessible from the small town of Ravensthorpe.