Winter has arrived in Perth, bringing cool nights, crisp mornings and sunny days but that doesn’t mean you can’t chase the warmer weather further north in Australia’s Coral Coast or Australia’s North West. Daily temperatures will range from 18-21°C during the day and a minimum of 5°C at night. June, July and August are the wettest and coldest months in Perth. It’s that time of year when Perth locals pack away their bathers and pull out their knitwear to keep them warm throughout the colder months.
Just because it’s winter here in Perth doesn’t mean you can’t chase the sun somewhere in Western Australia. The beauty of living in such a huge state is that there’s always somewhere warm to escape to. At this time of year most locals venture north towards Exmouth, Broome and the Kimberley. Here the weather is dry with clear blue skies and temperatures between 20°C to 30°C. The humidity levels are low and the nights are cool.
If you’re looking for adventure and the perfect Western Australian winter getaway why not book a trip to Broome and head out on four wheel drive adventure in the sun?
Full Day 4WD Cape Leveque and Aboriginal Communities Experience
Journey to the remote coastal wilderness of Cape Leveque to visit local Aboriginal communities and experience genuine untouched nature. Stop at Beagle Bay to view an exquisite Pearl Shell Altar in a church built in 1918 by Pallotine Monks. Visit Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm for a chef-prepared lunch and insight into the pearling industry before exploring Cape Leveque with time for a swim.
- Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community
- Pearl Shell Altar built by Pallotine Monks
- Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm
- Cape Leveque
- Coastal wilderness and rugged nature
Tour Departs: 7.00am Sunday, Tuesday, Friday
Duration: 11 hour 30 minutes