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Visit Western Australia: go glamping

Western Australia covers the western third of the continent and mostly comprised of arid desert, popularly called the Outback. Visit Western Australia for a true Outback holiday and find out here about the best things to do, top tourist attractions in Perth and around WA, and of course, the best time to visit Western Australia. The majority of Western Australia’s population resides in cities along the southwest coast, like Perth, Albany, Mandurah, and Bunbury. These cities are definitely must-see destinations, but Western Australia is also home to amazing outdoor destinations for glamping: Margaret River, the Kimberley, magnificent rock formations like the Pinnacles, and can’t-miss wildlife including turtles, whale sharks, sea lions, manta rays, dolphins, and humpback whales! Days out are always easily organized, and more local, humble sites like the Southern Stars Holiday Park (Dunsborough) can provide you with the typical camping experience - though this page will direct you to more satisfying options. Glamping Dunsborough is never a bad idea. From family holiday homes to romantic cottage by the water and all the holiday accommodations in between, glamping & south west travel is for sure the best way to visit Western Australia. Start planning your Perth holidays today and book your Western Australia accommodation with Glamping Hub. Book your glamping WA holidays here.

Best things to do in Western Australia

When you visit Western Australia, there are so many ways to fill your days and so many different things to do. From the sun and sand to the forests and flowers, adventures in the Outback, to different natural events like whale migration, Western Australia has so many amazing things to do in the great outdoors while glamping. Perth, the capital city, is home to mesmerizing beaches, among which stands out Cottesloe Beach. As you head north, you will find the Indian Ocean and places like Lucky Bay, Australia’s whitest beach and part of a string of beaches along the coast of Cape Le Grand National Park. And you can’t forget about Shark Bay or Ningaloo Reef, which are two of Australia’s most treasured World Heritage-listed wonders. And that’s not all! Have an adventure in the Outback and transport yourself to another planet as you hike the lunar-like landscape of the Pinnacles. Geraldton is great for windsurfing, Warren National Park has some amazing hikes, and Margaret River is a local best-kept secret for surfing. We could go on, but we think you get the point. Book a Western Australia accommodation to go glamping. Australia has it all. From Perth camping, Margaret River holidays, glamping Dunsborough, to the Ningaloo Reef, you'll never be bored. Check out the best things to do in Perth and in Western Australia with Glamping Hub when you book any one of our glamping tents or other WA accommodation. Denmark, WA, Perth, and more destinations await. Find yurts & Australia glamping all across the state. Keep reading to learn more about WA glamping & WA attractions.

Perth tourist attractions and more glamping WA

Perth is one of the most frequently recommended places to visit for those looking to really enjoy the culture of Western Australia. With almost 300 days of sun a year, Perth is the perfect destination for outdoor lovers. Perth tourist attractions include Cottesloe Beach—one of Australia’s best beaches—the wineries of Swan Valley, the car-free Rottnest Island home to the famous quokka, and so much more. Head south to Margaret River and you can go from award-winning wineries one day to stunning beaches another, rich forests to world-class surfing. Divers and water lovers cannot miss Exmouth and the Coral Coast, which are home to the world’s largest fringing reef, the Ningaloo Reef. From there, head inland and hike the Pinnacles desert, go rafting through the dramatic landscape of the Kalbarri river gorges, or visit the acres of wildflower blooms that carpet Western Australia’s Mid West region. Book your accommodation in Western Australia and start getting ready for your next holidays with Glaming Hub! You could be staying in unique rentals like a luxury bubble tent! Australia is just a click away, so don't miss out.

Best time to visit Perth and Western Australia

As large as Western Australia is, it is home to many different climate conditions. So when is the best time to visit Perth and Western Australia? There is the Mediterranean climate of the south, tropical temperatures in the north, and the arid desert to the east. Perth and the surrounding region have average summer temperatures of 30º C (around 90º F) with February as the hottest month, and in the winter, temperatures around 12º C (low 50s F). To the south near Margaret River and Coral Coast, you will find a more Mediterranean climate; summer temperatures range from 25 to 35º C with winter months bringing cooler temperatures from 8 to 16ºC. To the north, near Broome, there are long days of sunshine in the dry season (from April to September more or less) with temperatures reaching 30ºC, and from October to March there is high humidity, tropical rains, and temperatures in the high 30s.