Karajini National Park
Get a little red dust on your vehicle by travelling out to Karajini National Park in the Pilbara Region of W.A. However, be warned it’s a bit of a trek from Perth – 1400km in fact.
Believe or not, the deep gorges found here were actually formed 2,500 million years ago when it was an ancient sea floor. Nowadays, tourists flock to the national park to see the picturesque gorges, waterfalls and water holes.
Karajini is also home to a wide range of Australian wildlife, including: kangaroos, echidnas, bats, geckos, goannas, euros, not to mention hundreds of different species of birds and snakes.
Imagine waking up to the sun hitting the ancient rocks and the sound of birds calling. It doesn’t get much better than that.