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Western Australia

Western Australia is the largest state in Australia and perhaps the most dramatic in scenery. The capital city of Perth has so much at its doorstep, golden sandy beaches, the vineyards at The Swan Valley, and the wildlife at Rottness Island. The dynamic portside city of Fremantle offers compliments Perth with its unique heritage, art, music and trendy cafes.

The South West hosts the Margaret River wineries and local artisans. This region is nature at its best with national parks and forests, the Pink Lake at Kalbarri and Albany's dramatic coastline. Kalgoorlie's goldfields and Esperence whitest beaches are a start contrast in the Golden Outback.

North of Perth discover the rugged Pinnacles and Karijini National Park, and swim with the whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef and the dolphins at Monkey Mia.

Far North in the Kimberley, explore the rugged wilderness and dramatic scenery which is undefinable. The stunning colours of Broome’s Cable Beach, the remote Kununurra and vastness of El Questro Station.

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Visit Perth to enjoy parklands and beaches. Explore Margaret River for food, wine and surf beaches. Swim with Whale Sharks in Ningaloo and be awe-struck by the Kimberley

Margaret River

Wave Rock

The Pinnacles

Kimberley Bungles

The Region

Travelling around the five regions of Western Australia takes you to five very different worlds: the sub-tropical wilderness in the North West, the planet’s largest fringing reefs on the Coral Coast; the arid desert landscape in the Golden Outback, Australia’s sunniest capital city Perth,and one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots in the South West.

  • Broome
  • Perth
  • Kimberley
  • Margaret River

Western Australia

Explore Western Australia from beach-blessed Perth. Visit Rottnest Island and Fremantle heading south for Margaret River wineries, Kalgoorlie’s goldfields and pink lake and Albany’s dramatic coastline. Head north for the rugged Pinnacles and Karijini National Park, and Ningaloo and Monkey Mia’s marine treasures. North in the Kimberley, an epic 4WD links Broome’s Cable Beach with Kununurra and El Questro Station.