The Outdorian Magazine - Page 38



Western Australia
With a 10,000km coastline and a landmass that makes up one
third of Australia, it can take a while to get around in Western
Australia – but the rewards are always worth the effort. From
the incredible national parks and ancient gorges, to the
mesmerising lakes, postcard-perfect beaches, wildflower
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Karijini National Park
Karijini Eco Retreat
This ancient maze of rugged red canyons is the
traditional home of the Banyjima, Kurrama and
Innawonga Aboriginal people. Prepare to get wet as
you scramble through slots and gorges, discovering
waterfalls and plunge pools of the milkiest blue. With
its semi-desert climate, autumn through spring is the
best window to visit.
Leading the way in sustainable tourism, Karijini
Eco Retreat strives to operate in harmony with the
environment, while giving back to the land’s traditional
owners. As well as ensuite eco tents, campsites, and
dorm style accommodation, the park has a restaurant
that serves breakfast, packed lunch, and a unique
outback-style dinner.
www.karijiniecoretreat.com.au | (08) 9425 5591
Logue Brook Dam
Lake Brockman Tourist Park
Located in WA’s popular southwest, Logue Brook Dam
is an oasis for boaters, anglers, waterskiers, or anyone
wanting to chill out lakeside. Putter about in your tinny,
fish for trout or in-season marron, then kick back at
camp and watch the sun melting over the water.
Hugged by state forest and the banks of the dam, Lake
Brockman Tourist Park enjoys prime real estate for
your waterside escape. If you don’t have a caravan or
tent, book into a cosy cabin and enjoying kayaking and
swimming at your doorstep. With water views from the
cafe’s balcony, a daily cuppa is a no brainer.
www.lakebrockman.com.au | (08) 9733 5402
Lake Hillier
Pink Lake Tourist Park
Bright bubblegum water surrounded by a halo of white
sand, green forest and turquoise ocean makes Lake
Hillier the most impressive of WA’s pink saline lakes.
Located offshore on Middle Island, around 130km from
Esperance, the only way to set eyes on this blushing
beauty is to jump on a scenic flight.
Surrounded by white sand beaches and unspoilt
national parks, experience the natural wonders of
Esperance with a stay at Pink Lake Tourist Park. The
property’s extra-large sites, mature shade trees, lush
lawns and pet-friendly campsites are just minutes from
many of the town’s attractions – including its very own
pink-tinged lake.
www.pinklakepark.com.au | 1800 011 311
For more information visit www.goseeaustralia.com.au/promo/western-australia

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