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Fabulous beaches, delicious wineries and stunning scenery. Take a drive through the very best of what WA's South West has to offer.
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Dog friendly, protected bay beaches, cafes, shops and close to local attractions including Simmo's Ice-creamery, Country Life Farm and the Njilgi Cave. A popular base for exploring WA's South West.
One of Australia's best surf beaches and home to pro-surfer Taj Burrows. While north of the beach is considered hazardous, a protected lagoon to the south is perfect for swimming and snorkelling.
Take a surf lesson with experienced local coaches. For important beach safety information download the SLSA Beachsafe App on iTunes or go to beachsafe.org.au
Treat yourself to luxurious, self-contained accommodation adjacent the pristine Smiths Beach. Or savour an expresso at the resort's popular Lamonts Cafe.
Enjoy wood fired pizza (between 12-3pm), a glass of wine, a hit of cricket or even a game of totem tennis at this relaxed winery. Family friendly.
Beautiful turquoise water and lovely white sand. Even sand dunes to slide down. Or treat yourself to a massage at the luxurious Injidup Spa Retreat nearby (book well in advance).
Cullen's serves fabulous wine and stunning local food in beautiful surrounds. Sit by the open fire in winter or outside in the sunny months. Wine tasting available. Booking recommended.
This small coastal town is popular with teenage families and surfers. It is located on the popular Cape to Cape walking track, which extends135km along the coast, from Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin.
The historic Wallcliffe House was one of 30 homes destroyed in the Prevelly bushfire in 2011. The extent of the fire is still evident as you drive through this area.
This Greek Orthodox Church was built as a memorial to the Cretan people by a returned serviceman from World War II. The bell tower makes a lovely photograph against a blue sky.
In the 2011 bushfire dozens of people sought refuge under the pier at Gnarabup Beach. Today swim, fish, hire a paddle board or simply sit back at the White Elephant Beach Cafe and enjoy the view.
Leeuwin Estate has an outstanding international reputation for producing wines ranking with the world's finest. It also has an award winning restaurant and is home to spectacular summertime concerts.
Stay safe on this drive. Beware of kangaroos particularly between dusk and dawn. Avoid speeding on the winding roads and drink responsibly.
A breathtaking beach with dunes, red rocks, big waves, rock pools and even a shipwreck. An ideal place for photographers seeking the perfect sunset.