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Ningaloo reef

Ningaloo is a coral reef system found on the north west coast. It is listed as a World Heritage Site. The word ‘Ningaloo’ comes from the Yamatji peoples and means ‘deepwater’, “high land jutting in the sea” or “promontory.” Ningaloo is unique, because it is the only large reef in the world found so close to land – at its nearest point, it is only 100 metres from shore. The reef stretches for 260km and is thriving with a diverse and densely populated range of marine species, ...

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The Pinnacles

This alien landscape can be found 250km out of Perth – that’s practically the back door step when you consider how vast Western Australia is. The pinnacles were formed over a million years ago from seashells. A process of wind and water formed them into the eerie limestone sentinels you see today. The best time of day to see them is early morning or late afternoon as the changing light brings out an atmospheric mood you won’t see during the day. That is why it is best to camp overnig...

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Karajini National Park

Get a little red dust on your vehicle by travelling out to Karajini National Park in the Pilbara Region of W.A. However, be warned it’s a bit of a trek from Perth – 1400km in fact. Believe or not, the deep gorges found here were actually formed 2,500 million years ago when it was an ancient sea floor. Nowadays, tourists flock to the national park to see the picturesque gorges, waterfalls and water holes. Karajini is also home to a wide range of Australian wildlife, including: kanga...

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Need Equipment?

The team at Off Road Equipment are passionate about helping you with your outdoor adventure by supplying the right gear for the job. Whether you’re after 4WD accessories or camping equipment, our team of experts can assist you. Hitting the open road soon? Why don’t you call and tell us about it. We will be able to make sure you are all set for your holiday.

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