The Pinnacles are located near Cervantes in Western Australia. It is a nice place to take a walk through the "rock" formations. A good place to take exciting photographs and to enjoy the weirdness of things. You can drive or walk through the Pinnacles and national park entry fees apply.
We love camping and last year we drove along the south coast of Western Australia looking out for good camping spots. Shelley Beach is just amazing, driving down to the beach and camping area is really exciting. Unfortunately it was around Christmas and the place was mega packed. We didn't stay but took some photos from the top of the hill.
On our way to the north we stopped over for a few days at the 1770 caravan park at Agnes Waters. A great caravan park with good camping spots right on the beach. The caravan park is pretty busy, the area just great.
Wilpena Pound is located in the Flinders Ranges in South Australia. Great camping spot, great walking trails and wildlife. A highly enjoyable place, we looking forward to get back there.
Katoomba is a tourist destination in the Blue Mountains with a string of exciting Lookouts, Hiking Trails and an alternative lifestyle. The most famous Lookout would be "The Three Sisters" which is easy to reach via car or bus.
Travelstraya - Eagle Bay - Western Australia Well, if somebody would ask me which is the best beach I have seen in Australia..., eagle bay would be in the top five. The water is pristine and it looks and feels just great. From Perth it is a three hours drive, the whole area down there is great. Don't miss out on this one.
We just moved to Townsville and on the way we did a day trip inclusive Hamilton Island, we had only two hours there but it was just beautiful. Everyone is driving these buggies to get around the island, really cool. As locals now we will get back there soon.
One of our favourite camping spots around the sunshine coast, it's pretty peacefull there and there are some cliffs to do abseiling, apparently one of the best abseiling spots in Queensland. I enjoy the place particular because it's awesome for night star photos
We have been to the Blue Mountains twice and this time we decided to detour a bit and followed the signs to the Jenolan Caves. It was a 40 kilometer detour on the way to Katoomba but really great, I found it was even better than Katoomba. We didn't do the caves as it was too late but we stayed overnight in a caravan park in Oberon just 30 Kilometers up the road. The next day we traveled to the Kanangra Walls.
Last weekend, September 2012, we visited the John Forrest National Park just out of Perth in the Perth Hills. I was really surprised how beautiful the park is. I wasn't excited to pay 11 Dollars entry but after all fair enough, the park is well maintained and free BBQ's and Toilets are provided. There are two waterfalls, both are great and each of them has their own beauty.
Travelstraya - Purling Brook Falls, Springbrook Another very exciting place to visit is the Springbrook National Park located at the Gold Coast Hinterland about 2 hours drive from Brisbane. The highlight of the Park is the Purling Falls and the 4.5 kilometers circuit. On the bottom of the fall you can swim in a waterhole which is really cool, the Waterhole is a little detour off the circuit. The fall itself is just awesome and the changing views during the walk are exciting.
Travelstraya - Innses National Park, South Australia The Innes National Park is located on the Yorke Peninsula in South Australia. We stayed at the caravan park in Marion Bay, the park is good and the beach awesome. Once we camped in the national park itself, flies, flies and more flies... but there are a few camping spots. The park itself has great beaches, a historic township and some ship wrecks.
We travled the Nullabor twice, once in each direction. The drive is not as boring as many people say, I must say I enjoy it and probably will do it again one day... There are stops on the way and it is worth it to take those and have a look at the ocean. Most exciting point for me was the end of the bight on South Australian side, there is a big sign ...