Perth to Darwin Itinerary

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41 thoughts on “Perth to Darwin Itinerary

  1. Marya says:

    You indeed can never have too many quokka pictures on your phone… OMG, look at that face, and those eyes!!! 😀

    I’ve never been to Australia before but I’ve come across so many blog posts about it and I’m intrigued to see more because they’ve got so many beautiful, untouched nature… Not to mention the beasts. Those that are too cute but dangerous at the same time.

    Thank you so much for sharing! 🙂

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    • our21stcenturyodyssey says:

      It’s definitely a fascinating place, and it’s magical seeing wildlife you can’t see anywhere else! Thank you for reading !

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  2. travelingpari says:

    Australia is so beautiful and you have done a fantastic job on the photos. Specially, the aerial photo of the Bungle Bungles is amazing!

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  3. Stephanie | Adventures in Aussieland says:

    I LOVED exploring Perth, especially Rottnest Island. The Quokka’s are so stinking adorable! I haven’t been able to explore the NT yet but I’m planning a trip for next terms break. It looks like your trip was absolutely incredible and I will definitely be pulling on your itinerary for inspiration.

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    • our21stcenturyodyssey says:

      Rottnest Island was one of my favorites! If you had to NT don’t miss Uluru as well! thank you for reading my post, I’m glad it will be helpful for you!!

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  4. Kylee says:

    Wow, what a great detailed itinerary. The writing is amazing and the pictures are great! Good job, we already did this in 2007 but if I know anyone doing this I will def point them here! Thank you!

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  5. Marilyn says:

    WOW. I had no idea there was so much to do and explore in all of these places! We have yet to make it to Australia, but we can’t wait to do so– and hit all of these places when we do! Loving all of your photos, by the way 🙂

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    • our21stcenturyodyssey says:

      Thank you so much Marilyn! I am glad this post provided a bit of inspiration for you to travel to Australia!

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    • our21stcenturyodyssey says:

      Thank you so much! it’s definitely less touristy and well known than the east coast, but in my opinion, way more interesting !

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  6. alison netzer says:

    I’ve never been to Australia and loved reading your itinerary. All of the locations are so rich in nature and things to do. I have to agree with you about the dolphin feeding. It doesn’t sit right with me either.

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    • our21stcenturyodyssey says:

      Thanks Alison I appreciate you reading my post! Thanks also for your thoughts on the dolphin feeding.

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  7. Backpacking Series says:

    Total wilderness. Loved the itinerary. The places you visited, the activities you undertook and the moments you captured, all share a story .. a compelling one.. Just blindly follow the Itinerary and you will have a great time. Karijini National Park stands out!

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  8. Sandy says:

    Eeeek! I am so looking forward to doing this trip. Our country is so so beautiful and I’m dying to get over to the West Coast. Very informative post, thanks for sharing ❤️

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  9. Tiffany Petersen says:

    WOw this is so awesome!! There is way too many things to do!! I love it! the options, just look so fun adn beautiful!!

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    • our21stcenturyodyssey says:

      Thank you Tiffany!! You could easily spend a lot more time than my itinerary includes exploring the region!

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  10. travelwithjess81 says:

    Oh all of these places are amazing….great photos of the National Park! We always end up having to rush as well. Too many great places in Australia and not enough time. Look forward to getting over to WA soon!

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  11. Alex Trembath says:

    This looks like a mega road trip! We drove up the east coast of Australia a few months ago, but we’ve heard so many great things about the west coast drive and we’d love to go back and do it. Some great inspiration right here!

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    • our21stcenturyodyssey says:

      It’s really incredible! We did the east coast trip a few years ago and the west coast is TOTALLY different. I hope you go back to check it out! Thank you for checking out my post!

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