My husband and I are planning on being in WA for three weeks in November (9-30). We really want to see the natural beauty part, and so were thinking of renting a caravan and heading out for three weeks exploring to the north, along the coast and some inland at a couple of national parks. I have started reading some questions on the Exmouth forum, and am trying to get a handle on weather, distances, things to do. Since we doubt we'll ever get back to Australia :-( we want to make the most of it, but not exhaust ourselves. Now I am starting to think it will be very hot (I thought that would be later in the season) and possibly a good chance of a cyclone-- we would love to go snorkeling some, hiking some, meeting and chatting with people some.
Would you be so kind as to offer your ideas of a good itinerary? Does a caravan make sense? Would a rental car and finding lower cost motels make more sense?
Thanks so much for any help you can give