There are some places down south that I've been to a few times but still I insisted we must go again and I would recommend you to go if you are going to WA for holiday.
1) The gorgeous Albany Wind Farm
Now this place has also become extra unforgettable since Deardo proposed to me there! :)
2) Valley of the Giants (Tree Top Walk)
3) Pentland Alpaca Stud & Animal Farm
And they have the cutest Alpacas and baby Kangaroos!!!
Of course, there are a few places that were new to me and I must share with you the wonderful experience!
1) Wave Rock
Located about 400km east of Perth, this hidden gem is another example of amazing naturally made tourist spot. A look at the photos already amazed you but hey when you are there in person you just can't believe your eyes how can such odd-looking yet beautiful thing stuck in the middle of no where?
Downside is, there are nothing much to see along the way to Wave Rock. So it's really a long journey without any stop-over to see other stuff. But to Deardo and I, the long drive was tiring but worth every km of it!!! :)
2) Cape Leeuwin LighthouseOf course the lighthouse is amazing BUT what amazed us more is the fact that right over there you could see the Southern Ocean and Indian Ocean clashes with each other! I mean, you can literally see the two waves hit into each other! How often can you find such thing???
3) The Pinnacles
The Pinnacles may sound like oh, just some rocks but honestly, you gotta be there at least once to feel it for yourself! It's a HUGE HUGE HUGE desert with these rocks standing like nobody's business and apparently scientists still couldn't find the exact answer to why are these rocks all over the place just like that. Some tall and thin, some fat and short, they might look 'just rocks' if I give you a few pieces of them. But hey it's whole loads of them all over the desert!!! That place was to me, truly unforgettable!!!
Even before I went to Perth for my study, people have warned me about how boring Perth can be but until today I can tell you it is seriously not as bad as I've expected. Perth city today has even grows into a busier city with a lot of new stuff installed. Big screen TVs in the middle of the city (just like Fed Square in Melbourne city), loads of new buildings with the most obvious sport arena and they are damn modern-looking okay! I can also see more and more shops and cafes opening up, some till late night now! And plus those places around WA are just too good to be missed! Oh yea, check out Albany man, that is simply a dream place for me to be in when I retire one day! Ha!So seriously, I'm sick of people complaining that Perth is boring! Go experience it and you will know why I said so! And Tourism Australia can now think of how much to pay me for this blog post! *wink~~*
Check out more of my Perth trip's photos here... Album 1, Album 2, Album 3, Album 4