A road trip through Australia is the best way to discover this unique country and its unusual landscapes. From Perth to Esperance, let yourself be captivated by the beaches with their turquoise water, wind-sculpted rocks and forests of giant trees, not to mention the opportunity to taste the best wines of Australia in the region of Margaret River.
Take a car and abandon yourself to the feeling of freedom in the heart of the Kangaroo Island wilderness. On the road, you will encounter wallabies, kangaroos, koalas, sea lions or penguins. You will discover the unique rock formations, fabulous national parks and the beaches that are tucked away out of sight.
One of the most remote parts of Australia, the Kimberley, is located in the north of Western Australia. First of all there is Broome, the pearl of this wild state. And then there are its savanna landscapes and national parks of breathtaking beauty. The Kimberley is a succession of picture postcards which can only be discovered by 4WD during the dry season.
Listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, the wild nature of Tasmania promises beautiful hikes with breathtaking scenery. From Freycinet National Park to Lake Saint Clair-Cradle Mountain, not to mention Liffey Falls, it is a feast for the eyes (if not for the feet).
This part of Australia is unique and distinguishes itself from the other part of Queensland and the rest of the country by its impressive rain forests, deserted beaches, and very diverse animal and plant life. You must have heard people talk about the "wet tropics" which is home 36% of the country's animal species.