Explore Western Australia

Famous for its endless sunshine and brilliant beaches, Western Australia boasts a diversity of landscapes and experiences that are unique to this extraordinary State. From the epic landscapes in the North, to the marine wonderland of Ningaloo Reef; from the festival of colour when 12,000 species of wildflowers bloom, to the gourmet-lovers paradise of the Margaret River Wine Region – there's so much that makes Western Australia extraordinary.

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Want to explore WA? Check out 5 top holiday ideas below...

1. Outback Journeys in WA

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Venture into timeless landscapes of red rock and gorges for an epic road trip of Western Australia.

  • Be amazed by some of the world’s oldest art, by one of the world’s oldest living cultures.
  • Discover the unique beehive shaped domes of the Bungle Bungle Range in World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park.
  • See the largest collection of wildflowers on Earth each June to November from the North to the South of the State.
  • Visit the largest outdoor gallery on earth, Antony Gormley’s sculptures at Lake Ballard, Menzies.
  • Hit the road in a motorhome to explore many of WA’s self-drive trails and national parks.

2. Coastal Escapes in WA

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With over 12,000km’s of spectacular coastline, step into a world of awe-inspiring beauty and discover experiences found nowhere else on earth.

  • Ride the spectacular Horizontal Waterfalls in the Kimberley, the only two waterfalls on earth which fall sideways.
  • Take a camel train and enjoy the most amazing ocean sunset in the world at Cable Beach, Broome.
  • Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth – one of few places on the planet where you can swim with the world’s biggest fish, the whale shark.
  • See the wild dolphins at Monkey Mia, a rare occurrence anywhere in the world, but here it’s a daily routine.

3. Gourmet Lovers guide to WA

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With an array of unique dining opportunities all celebrating local produce, you will be spoilt for choice.

  • Indulge at Margaret River - Australia’s only wine region that boasts premium wines, sensational surf, caves and tall tree forests.
  • Discover Western Australia’s oldest wine region – the stunning Swan Valley. With over 40 wineries, just half an hour’s drive from Perth.
  • Try some bush tucker and discover new flavours and fascinating facts about Indigenous food.
  • One of WA’s best kept foodie secrets is the black truffle industry in the South West town of Manjimup. 

4. City Culture in WA

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Australia’s sunniest capital Perth has more hours of sunshine than pretty much anywhere, and just as many ways to enjoy them. 

  • Join the buzz of excitement in Perth, with new bars, restaurants, retail outlets and cultural spaces adding to the stunning natural surroundings.
  • Swim with wild dolphins in Rockingham, 45 minutes south of Perth.
  • Live like a local and head over to picturesque Rottnest Island to spend your days swimming at one of the many pristine beaches and bays.
  • Home to one of the largest inner city parks in the world, discover Kings Park only a short walk or free bus ride from the city centre.

5. Luxury Experiences in WA

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Try a unique luxury experience only to be found in WA.

  • Venture into the one of the last untouched wilderness areas on earth, the Kimberley Coast, on a luxury vessel.
  • Five-star becomes one million stars…. in the sky that is. Try glamour camping, you won’t miss the comfort of luxury in one of the many safari camps in WA.
  • Shop for a treasure that shines or sparkles, WA is renowned for its Kimberley diamonds, Broome pearls and Kalgoorlie gold.
  • Take an exhilarating private helicopter ride to the edge of a dramatic gorge for a refreshing splash in a secluded freshwater lagoon.

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