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Western Australia

Western Australia is famous for long days of sunshine and diverse landscapes and climates.

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.

What you can see in Western Australia

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.

Guide to Margaret River

Guide to Margaret River

Discover the hidden sights and scenery of Australia's premium wine region.

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Guide to Rottnest Island

Guide to Rottnest Island

Enjoy a relaxing and family-friendly island holiday just off the coast of Western Australia.

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Guide to Perth

Guide to Perth

Embrace the best of both worlds in Perth, where soft-sand beaches and scenic parks meet a thriving metropolis of small bars, creative restaurants and curated street art.

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Guide to Ningaloo Reef

Guide to Ningaloo Reef

Ningaloo Reef is the best place on Earth to swim alongside the gentle whale shark.

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The Pinnacles

The Pinnacles

It's a true desert landscape in Nambung National Park, where the weathered rock spires of the Pinnacles rise out of yellow sand dunes. Yet the park sits on the deep blue Indian Ocean, along an idyllic stretch of coast three hour's drive north of Perth. After experiencing the eerie Pinnacles, stay in the fishing village of Cervantes, with its white beaches, coral reefs and Lake Thetis, a salt lake teeming with living fossils. Get up close to a rich array of wildlife in Badgingarra National Parks and discover Jurien Bay's national parks and idyllic sandy beaches.

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Valley of the Giants

Valley of the Giants

It's easy to be awe-struck by the towering forests around Walpole, a tranquil township around four and a half hours drive south from Perth. Giant red tingle trees, which grow as high as 40 metres, are unique to the Walpole wilderness areas. Get a bird's eye view of these sky-scraping trees the Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk, then see their massive, gnarled trunks on the Ancient Empires boardwalk below. Afterwards, you can cruise Walpole's peaceful rivers and inlets and discover the great walking tracks and pristine white beaches of Walpole-Nornalup National Park.

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Guide to the Kimberley

Guide to the Kimberley

An ancient landscape covering hundreds of thousands of square kilometres, the Kimberley is one of the world's most precious wilderness regions.

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Cable Beach

Cable Beach

Cable Beach, at Broome in Western Australia’s Kimberley region, is a 22 kilometre-long stretch of pure white sand, set against a backdrop of red ochre cliffs and fringed by the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Ride a camel along the beach at sunrise or sunset.

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Kalgoorlie

Kalgoorlie

Discover gold fields and ghost towns, history and high adventure in the heart of Western Australia's wild west.

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Karijini National Park

Karijini National Park

Be humbled by nature in Karijini National Park, in Western Australia’s Pilbara, where the earth has been cleaved and carved over two billion years. Discover the spectacular chasms, marbled rock tunnels, cool rock pools and sparkling waterfalls. Beneath the bright blue Pilbara skies, the craggy red landscape shelters abundant native vegetation, animals and birds. Camp here beneath the vast outback sky or enjoy back-to-nature luxury in an eco-retreat.

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