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Outback 4WD Travel In Australia 

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Perth City: bookings are not always essential. It depends on the season and the time of year. School holiday seasons are essential to pre-book. The rest of the time vacancies are plentiful.

For Perth and outskirts I suggest a bed and breakfast type of accommodation or motels. These types are friendly and will offer advice and personalized help. For names and contacts for places I would recommend using the internet to find a suitable place. 

North of Perth

There are plenty of  Motels  situated in all major country towns and offer good clean boarding and pets are allowed at most. Meals served are tasty and nice. Drinks are available. Rooms are air conditioned with TV and own bathroom with toilet. Rates are good. ( From $60 per night )

Caravan Parks are every where. There are plenty to choose from and rates are reasonable. Simply drive in and book for the night. School holiday season, most are full come the evening, so be early if you intend staying in these.  ( Rates from $10 per night )

Camping can be free or paid, it depends where you are at the time. Allot of councils these days stick out their paws and want money to camp in their territory using lame excuses as reasons for the charge, regardless if they provide comforts like toilets or not. This seems to so far only be a Western Australia thing. The Eastern states has more freedom with places set aside and it is all free.  If you are in such a territory I suggest using the "Rest places" which are a few Kilometers apart of each other with signs and are plentiful. Most these have toilets and solar night lights and is CALM or Roads Department controlled. 

Some are small and others have large areas with picnic tables and you can select a private spot to stop and camp at. Most the rivers have these stops and at these staying a few days is perfect, free of charges.

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