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3 of the best places to see Aboriginal Rock Art in the Gascoyne Murchison

Across Australia, rock art is an integral part of Aboriginal life and customs, dating back to the earliest times of human settlement on the continent. Petroglyphs (rock engravings) and pictographs (drawings) are a key component of rock art and can be found at three key places in the Gascoyne Murchison region of the Golden Outback.
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Best camping spots in Esperance and the Fitzgerald River National Park

If you're looking for a rugged escape and want to camp by the ocean, below a sky full of stars, Esperance and the Fitzgerald Coast are the places for you!
You'll be able to find a little slice of paradise just for you, and there are campsites galore. Here are some of our favourite places to set up camp for the night.
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Explore Beacon and Bencubbin

Take a road trip inland along the Wheatbelt Way to Beacon and Bencubbin, now brimming with springtime wildflowers. We have provided you with the local knowledge on how to best spend a weekend in Beacon and Bencubbin.
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Why Lake Ballard is the best family camping spot

If you're thinking about taking a trip to Kalgoorlie Boulder, you can mix up your stay with a combination of camping and hotels; but our biggest tip for a camping spot has to be Lake Ballard. Situated about 1.5 hours from Kalgoorlie, this remote salt lake is an incredibly unique place to set up camp for the night.
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