Best 32 Attractions between Perth & Adelaide Australia

I strongly recommend the route from Western Australia to Adelaide in my road trip plan. There are quite a few attractions in the middle. I visited many attractions during the tour, driving for a long time, or 6 to 7 hours a day. Make sure you have enough mental and physical strength.

You may not drive for a long time like me because this distance is long. So I would recommend using this opportunity to arrange this long-distance road trip plan if you are a backpacker to move.

Top 10 Places To Visit In Australia
Top 10 Places To Visit In Australia

These middle attractions are worth visiting, and I recommend them to you.

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Perth City

Perth City WA Australia

Elizabeth Quay, Perth City.

The City of Perth is a local government area and body within the Perth metropolitan area, which is the capital of Western Australia. The provincial government is commonly known as Perth City Council. The city covers the Perth city center and surrounding suburbs.

As the largest city in Western Australia, this is a must-visit and the best choice for your supply.

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Blue house Perth City WA Australia

Blue Boat House.

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Busselton Jetty

Busselton Jetty WA Australia

Iconic 1.8-km. wooden pier featuring a train, underwater facility & interpretive center & museum.

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Busselton Jetty WA Australia
Busselton Jetty WA Australia

Gnomesville

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Gnomesville WA Australia
Gnomesville WA Australia
Gnomesville WA Australia
Gnomesville WA Australia
Gnomesville WA Australia

Ngilgi Cave

Ngilgi Cave WA Australia

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Colorful underground cave showcasing stalactites & helictites with a 1-hr. tour.

Canal Rocks Bridge

Canal Rocks Bridge WA Australia

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Unique rock formation creates a natural canal in the ocean, plus a footbridge for scenic views.

Mammoth Cave

Mammoth Cave WA Australia

Expansive limestone cave featuring striking stalactite & stalagmite formations. It provides audio tours.

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Lake Cave

Lake Cave WA Australia

Group tours offer an underground natural cave with a lake & stalactite formations.

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Jewel Cave

Jewel Cave WA Australia

One of a series of regional tourist caves with guided tours of several underground chambers.

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Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse WA Australia

39m-high lighthouse at continental Australia’s most south-westerly point, with a visitor center.

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Gloucester Tree

Gloucester Tree WA Australia

The Forest area features a tall tree with climbing pegs & an observatory platform, plus a waterfall.

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William Bay National Park

William Bay Elephant Cove WA Australia

Visit Elephant Cove, Greens Pool, Waterfall Beach, Madfish Bay, etc., attractions in this national park.

A Picturesque coastal park offers beaches & private natural pools, plus bird & wildlife viewing.

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Nature Bridge

Nature Bridge WA Australia

Rugged coastal park featuring granite outcroppings, a natural bridge, trails with lookouts & more.

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Nature Bridge WA Australia

The Gap

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The Gap WA Australia
The Gap WA Australia
The Gap WA Australia
The Gap WA Australia

Wave Rock

Wave Rock WA Australia

Striking, wave-shaped natural rock formation, approximately 15 m. tall & billions of years old.

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Wave Rock WA Australia
Wave Rock WA Australia

Pink Lake Esperance

Pink Lake Esperance WA Australia

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Pink Lake Esperance WA Australia
Pink Lake Esperance WA Australia

Esperance Stonehenge

Esperance Stonehenge WA Australia

The Esperance Stonehenge is the only full-size replica of the original Stonehenge in the UK. It appears as if the original would have looked around 1950BC. It consists of 137 stones of Esperance Pink Granite that were all quarried locally less than 1km from Stonehenge’s final resting place.

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Esperance Stonehenge WA Australia

Lucky Bay

Lucky Bay WA Australia

This bay is in the Cape Le Grand National Park. Expansive national park with pristine shorelines, soaring peaks, wildflowers & diverse flora.

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Lucky Bay WA Australia
Lucky Bay WA Australia

Twilight Cove

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Twilight Cove WA Australia
Twilight Cove WA Australia

Blue Heaven Sea

Blue Heaven Sea WA Australia

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Rotary Lookout Esperance

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Rotary Lookout Esperance WA Australia
Rotary Lookout Esperance WA Australia

Super Pit

The Super Pit WA Australia

It’s one of the most popular attractions in the Goldfields; the Super Pit Lookout draws thousands of locals and tourists each year. The opportunity to view a working mine site in action and the chance of watching a blast keep the Lookout firmly on the local must-do list.

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The Super Pit WA Australia
The Super Pit WA Australia

Australia’s Most Straight Highway

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Most Straight Highway WA Australia
Most Straight Highway WA Australia

Old Eucla Jetty

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Old Eucla Jetty WA Australia
Old Eucla Jetty WA Australia

Australian Bight

Australian Bight SA Australia

This stunning seaside is just like Great Ocean Road. The ruggedness and beauty of this area take your breath away.

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Australian Bight SA Australia

Penong Windmill Museum

Penong Windmill Museum SA Australia

A showcase of old, new, small, and giant Windmills. Including “Bruce,” the big Windmill in Australia. As seen on Sunrise and Today Tonight.

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Murphys Haystacks

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Murphys Haystacks SA Australia
Murphys Haystacks SA Australia

Pildappa Rock

Pidappa Rock SA Australia

Fantastic rock formations, easy climb, a place to ourselves untouched beauty!

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Pidappa Rock SA Australia

Lake Gairdner

Lake Gairdner SA Australia

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Coffin Bay

Coffin Bay SA Australia

Coffin’s bay is a town at the southern extremity of the Eyre Peninsula, a wheat-growing area of South Australia. At the 2016 census, Coffin Bay had a population of 611. The town is situated on the western side of the southern tip of Eyre Peninsula, about 46 km from Port Lincoln.

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Port Lincoln

Port Lincoln SA Australia

Port Lincoln is a big town on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia; fishing and seafood are popular. Axel Stenross Maritime Museum details historical seafaring, with old vessels and a blacksmith’s shop. Nearby, surrounded mainly by water, rugged Lincoln National Park is home to rare flora and fauna. Winter Hill Lookout has views of Port Lincoln at the edge of the city, plus surrounding islands and coves.

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Port Augusta

Port Augusta SA Australia

Port Augusta is a small city in South Australia. Formerly a seaport, it is now a road traffic and railway junction city mainly located on the east coast of the Spencer Gulf immediately south of the gulf’s head and about 322 kilometers north of the state capital, Adelaide.

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Adelaide City

Adelaide City SA Australia

Bordered by parks, Adelaide City Centre is a busy commercial hub filled with department stores and indie boutiques. The Art Gallery of South Australia features indigenous and European works. The riverside Adelaide Festival Centre hosts music, dance, and theatre. Fine dining restaurants mix with relaxed Asian eateries. The area’s narrow laneways are home to a vibrant bar and cafe scene.

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Adelaide City SA Australia

Conclusion

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