On our road trip from Albany to Denmark, the air is thick with burning wood fires on the approach into the Great Southern region of Western Australia. We’re on a gourmet hunt in an Apollo campervan through Albany, Denmark, Pemberton and Manjimup, hopefully discovering some truffles along the way.
I’ve been dreaming of a romantic cabin in the woods for a long time – as long as it has fluffy towels, internet and good coffee. Situated in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, the Frankland River region delivers in spades along with plenty of wine, scenery and adventure.
Almost exactly halfway between Perth and Albany, the dusty outback town of Wagin toils away beneath a vast expanse of nothingness except for clouds swirling on a background of blue.
There’s nothing quite like being whisked away to luxury digs where the signature dish is romance. Why not go all out and head to a remote pocket of our huge state where no one will hear your cries of glory.
The Margaret River Region is every Western Australian’s favourite destination. I know, a big statement, but I can back it up with wine, a stunning coastline, enchanting forests, world-class cuisine and luxurious accommodation.
Private Properties is known for its unforgettable properties in amazing locations ranging from sleek contemporary designs to pre-loved bungalows, many boasting coastal, vineyard and bush views. They have recently released five new properties for those yearning for an escape in Dunsborough, Yallingup and Margaret River.
Western Australia’s Public Silo Trail is a 1000km self-drive journey linking six towns in the Wheatbelt all the way through to Albany in the Great Southern region. While the silos themselves are worth the drive to admire the artworks created by world-class local and international artists, the journey reveals an unexpected abundance of culture, tasty cuisine and luxurious accommodation.
Australia’s Extra.Ordinary. West is Western Australia’s ultimate travel guide. This 246-page coffee table book shares the many natural wonders, cultural enclaves, quirky anecdotes and surprising revelations about Western Australia.
Have you ever considered walking the 135-kilometre Cape to Cape trek spanning Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin in the Margaret River region? But does the thought of camping put you off? A Walk into Luxury tour of the Cape to Cape trek with luxury accommodation and gourmet cuisine might just change your mind.