- Warm Mediterranean climate.
- Beautiful beaches and coastline.
- Extraordinary animal life.
- Impressive land marks like the Pinnacles, Karijini National Park, Ningaloo Reef, Monkey Mia, and Coral Bay.
- Australia’s largest State.
There is so much to see and do in Western Australia from the visiting beaches and exploring the coastline, to going ‘walkabout’ and heading into the Australian outback. With so much to see you will always have somewhere to explore.
- Bushwalk through gorges, cliffs, winding rivers and explore the white beaches in Kalbarri National Park.
- Four wheel drive in Cape Range National Park.
- Swim with the docile whale sharks, the world’s largest fish, at Ningaloo Reef between April and June.
- Feed wild Bottlenose Dolphins at Monkey Mia and get up close to Sea Lions, Manta Rays, Dugongs and Humpback whales.
- See the red desert landscape that Australia is famous for.
- Escape to the geological wonders of the outback such as Wave Rock.
- Head to Kalgoorlie and the goldfields.
- Ride a camel on Broome’s breathtaking Cable Beach and see dinosaur footprints preserved in rock.
- Four wheel drive the red-dirt road from Broome along the Dampier Peninsula, where you can stay in an Aboriginal wilderness camp and see the church with a mother-of-pearl altar.
- Explore the beehive-shaped domes of the Bungle Bungle Range and boat down the Ord River and vast Lake Argyle.
- Bathe in the spectacular waterfalls and swimming holes of Karijini National Park.
- Visit world-class wineries.
- Swim in the crystal-clear waters of Bunker Bay and ride the waves of Surfers Point in the lush Margaret River region.
- See fossils in Mammoth Caves, mirrored underwater lakes in Lake Cave and straw stalactites in Jewel Cave.
- Drive through the huge Karri forests to Hamelin Bay, then snorkel with Stingrays and walk the idyllic sands of Boranup Beach.
- Swim with Dolphins in Mandurah and Bunbury and spot Whales from the towns of Augusta, Albany, and Dunsborough from June to October.