At an easy 20 minutes north of Joondalup, Yanchep National Park is a great spot for a quick overnight camping jaunt or a day trip with the kids. The enormous flocks of black cockatoos in season and western grey kangaroos and water birds year round make this an ideal spot for nature lovers.
Looking for a slice of serenity but only a stones throw away from Perth? Yalgorup National Park might just be the place for you! Located just south of Mandurah, the park protects 10 internationally significant lakes that are important to migratory waterbirds.
Chequered with an interesting past including stock grazing, harbouring escaped convicts, commune living and an effluent disposal site, the Leschenault Peninsula Conservation Park is now a sought after location for aquatic recreation, bird watching and camping.
The township of Augusta is situated on the mouth of the Blackwood River and for a different experience why not rent a houseboat from here and steam upstream to truly immerse yourself in the landscape.
Broome is a thriving coastal town situated in the Kimberley region of Western Australia 2,240km north of Perth. Famous for its pearling industry, rich history and dramatic landscapes, thousands of tourists flock here during the dry season from April to September each year.