Perth to Perth – Road Trip Australia in style

There can be few more incredible road trips in the world than traveling the length and breadth of Australia. Before you plan your travel to Australia you can get Australia visa by applying online. This vast continent is full of breathtaking surprises, and though much of the interior is desert and bush there are still incredible experiences to be found.



A cosmopolitan city on the edge of the Indian Ocean in Western Australia, Perth is the ideal pick-up point for a vehicle that will give great service and comfort for many weeks and thousands of miles. It’s worth researching in detail which vehicle is the best choice for a long journey.

Dive with whale sharks

Head north to Exmouth and the Ningaloo Reef to experience the magical feeling of diving with whale sharks. These huge creatures are in their element off this part of the coast, and it’s one of only two places in the world where this can happen. The warm waters of the ocean encourage even inexperienced divers, and there are highly-trained staff to ensure it will be an unforgettable encounter with some of the world’s greatest underwater mammals.

Kalgoorlie Super Pit

Heading east from Perth, the Super Pit may not seem an ideal place to go. Yet it’s one of the world’s largest goldmines and a man-made attraction in its own right. This vast open cast operation allows visitors to tour its immense area, with opportunities to find more about how gold is mined and processed.


This enormous sandstone rock formation, almost in the middle of Australia, has huge significance to the country’s Aboriginal people, the first inhabitants, as they consider it to be sacred, a part of their spiritual life. There are many fascinating legends to explore as well as having the experience of climbing it, and on a Sounds of Silence tour you can witness the amazing night sky from the summit or a sunset from the bottom.

Dive the Great Barrier Reef

It’s a long drive to the northeast coast where the amazing Great Barrier Reef lies offshore. It’s one of world’s most amazing natural phenomena and its extensive coral reefs just have to be experienced at first hand with a dive. Brightly colored fish dart amongst the coral and the close-up sensation of being there is both exciting and sobering.

Another way to see the Barrier Reef, for those with a head for heights, is to take a skydive over Mission Beach, where the luminescent waters covering the reef allow for a whole new perspective of its scale. This is definitely for thrill seekers!

Go croc hunting in Darwin

The film Crocodile Dundee may be familiar to many, but right at the tip of Queensland is a challenge that is an adrenaline-fuelled trip of a lifetime. In Darwin, travelers can take a boat tour along the local rivers to search for that most dangerous of creatures, the croc. Not for the faint-hearted, but then driving across Australia and back isn’t either. It is certainly an experience you will never forget.