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I have book my self a flight to Australia, got my self a flight to Perth and then three months later flying out of Brisbane. I want to spend most of my time in Western Australia, I was thinking about making my way from Perth to Broome and then flying to Melbourne before doing a whistle stop tour of the east coast up to Brisbane. I would like so advice on itineraries, for the west coast (I am sorted for the East Coast as done this before) for example is two months from Perth to Broome do-able? Also which places to stop and where is best to visit? I am probably going to by a greyhound pass, is this the best/most cost effective way? I am really interested in seeing the 'un-discovered' Australia if this is still possible! Any hints or tips would be very much appreciated! Any website with advice would also come in handy... Thanks in advance.
Perth to Broome direct non-stop is a 3 day trip just so you know. Broome is a fairly big tourist destination in its own right and has direct flights to most major Australian capitals. You shouldn't have too much trouble getting out of the place. Two months should be fine for what you want to do. You should take the coastal route along the North West Coastal Highway via Carnarvon to Broome as this will take you past most of what you want to visit. Places worth checking out: Perth: Fremantle - Maritime Museum (with the yacht Australia II) Rottnest Island - Cute Quokkas Hillarys Boat Harbour - hawaii Aquarium Kings Park - Best views of the city, DNA tower, War memorial, Swan Bells tower on the city foreshore. Great beaches, good eats, real easy place to get around. Midwest: Cervantes - The pinnacles natural rock formations Shark Bay - Monkey Mia (wild dolphins come face to face with humans), Shark Bay Marine Park (world heritage listed) swim with whale sharks. Kalbarri, Coral Bay - great beaches Exmouth - Ningaloo Reef. Pilbara: Karijini National Park - amazing gorges all different. Millstream National Park - Ancient Trees, Natural Oasis. Dampier - Burrup Peninsula - 10 000 year old aboriginal rock paintings everywhere you turn. Big boys toys - 200+ carriage ore trains, Huge gas and ore ship carriers. great sea fishing. Cossack/ Point Sampson - Fine seafood dining, colonial ghosttown heritage. Kimberley: Purnulu National Park - the Bungle Bungles - very fragile, looks like a city of rocky beehives - wonder of the natural world. Broome - Cable Beach - amazing sunsets, great hotels, a character all of its own. Nice place to buy pearls. Lake Argyle
Why not after you leave Broome carry on to Darwin .Broome is half way between Perth and Darwin. you would be travelling through the Kimberlies. Flights from Broome are not cheap . It is so much better to hire a car. then you could do a few diversions such as calling into and looking at Ningaloo reef. The Bungle bungles although you wouldn't take a car in there only a four wheel drive or a helicopter trip. Argyle Dam is a good diversion. It's a trip of a life time ' travelling by car up the West Coast but not so good if its the wet season like now very hot at the moment April on to September is best I wouldn't give 2 months for Perth to Broome. 2 weeks enough then spend the rest of the time exploring other parts Kunnanara is a nice town to go through on the way to Darwin. There are several web sites with tours they have backpacker trips some only run April to September and that also is the tourist season so can get quite busy then. Go to Google and write in trips perth to Broome
3 weeks is not long and you need to be in Melbourne . Hire a car see the Great Ocean Road and a trip to The Grampians there is Ballarat and places which has a history of Gold. Jetstar have some really good fares if you want to go to Cairns and see the Great Barrier Reef If you find you have time then go to Hobart and hire a car for 2 or 3 days