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Western Australia

Cable Bay Beach Camel Trek in Broome

With thousands of kilometers of pristine white sandy beaches, a sunny Mediterranean climate, and friendly free-spirited people, Western Australia is an idyllic holiday destination.
Combine the rugged outback with the sophistication of fine wines, alfresco dining and a sublime climate and you have the perfect holiday destination.

General Information: 
Dry Season: 
Apr-Sep
Wet Season: 
Oct-Mar
Population: 
2.5M
Western Australia State Map
Regions within Western Australia
Cathedral Gorge in Purnululu National Park
Join a Whale Shark in the Ningaloo Reef
The natural attraction of the Pinnacles in Nambung National Park
Cycle the Boranup Forest in the South West region
Warren River Pemberton
Monkey Mia Dolphin Feeding on the Coral Coast
Kununurra is the gateway to the Kimberleys and the Bungle Bungles
See the King George Falls on a luxury cruise of the Kimberley Coastline
Swim or snorkel at Turquiose Bay near the Ningaloo Reef
Busselton Jetty offers spectacular diving on the borders of Geographe Bay
South West
The south-west of Western Australia offers a variety of travel experiences and is known for its natural beauty. Indulge in the gastronomic delights of world-class wineries and gourmet vineyard restaurants near the Margaret River, only a 30 minute drive south of Perth. For an amazing experience, don’t miss walking among the tree tops of the giant trees in the Southern Forest. Albany, a resort town 6 hours south east of Perth, features great surfing spots, beautiful coastal scenery in the Torndirrup National Park and whale watching from July to October.
See the Mitchell Falls on a luxury cruise of the Kimberley Coast
North West
The North-West region is one of the world’s last true wilderness areas. The rugged ranges and coastline of the Kimberley present a unique mix of seclusion and majestic scenery. A highlight of this area is the Purnululu National Park featuring the Bungle Bungle Range. The Pilbara is famous for its rich red earth and rocky landscape of Karijini National Park. Broome was once the pearling capital of the world. It is also famous for Cable Beach, a pure white 22km band bordering a brilliant blue ocean.
The Antony Gormley Statues at Lake Ballard, along the Golden Quest Discovery Trail
Golden Outback
Vast clear skies and theatrical landscapes make for a true outback adventure in the Golden Outback region. Kalgoorlie, 595km east of Perth, is a thriving mining town offering tours of open cut mines and opportunities to prospect for gold. In Spring the region is transformed as the arid landscape becomes a bright tapestry of wildflowers. In stark contrast to the red earth of the Outback, the brilliant blue water and snow white beaches of Esperance and the southern coast provide a spectacular, unspoilt marine playground.
Manta Ray in the famous Ningaloo Reef Marine Park
Coral Coast
Beaches, exotic marine life, national reserves and the bluest ocean you’ll see anywhere in the world, can all be found in Australia's Coral Coast. This coastline region commence at Cervantes, where you’ll find the unique rock formations of the Pinnacles and stretches as far north as Exmouth, home of the internationally renowned Ningaloo Reef. Inland is just as exciting, as carpets of wildflowers burst into colour during the wildflower season.
The city of Perth on the banks of the Swan River
Perth
Perth is the capital of Western Australia State. The city is situated over Swan River and is one of the most isolated cities on the world. It is geographically closer to East Timor and Jakarta, Indonesia, than it is to Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane. Perth is the city of unhurried lifestyle, cool climate and nearby beaches.