The road from Perth to Broome is not so traveled. Practically tourism-free, Western Australia’s coast is quiet and somewhat isolated. But the vast terrain—combined with a camper van or 4x4 vehicle—provides travelers with the opportunity to fully explore the region's outback and beaches in their own way. Snorkel in Turquoise Bay, hike through Karijini National Park, then top it off with a camel ride and some pearls in Broome.
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