Explore the beautiful blue oceans and pure white sand of the amazing Coral Coast and the hidden gorges and tranquil freshwater swimming holes of Karijini National Park. For the fit and active, a real chance to connect with the breathtaking surrounds.
The vast range of natural beauty in Western Australia is unbeatable. Imagine pristine white beaches, aqua blue oceans, towering forests, ancient gorges, carpets of wildfl owers and friendly yet wild dolphins.
Stretching from Kununurra in the north, through the capital of Perth on the south west coast, right around to the untouched beaches of Albany and Esperance, the largest state of Australia is best seen from top to toe.
One of Australia’s great wilderness areas, the north west boasts the Kimberley Region, known for its gorges, freshwater crocodiles, sea fossils and exotic birds and the beachside town of Broome. Often referred to as paradise, Broome’s endless white beaches, including the 22 kilometre picture perfect Cable Beach, is a perennial favourite.
Along the 260 kilometre Coral Coast on the western edge of the state is a plethora of stunning seascapes. Explore the marine and plant life of World Heritage Listed Shark Bay, snorkel the exotic Ningaloo Reef, explore the seaside town of Exmouth and hang out with the local dolphins at Monkey Mia. North of Western Australia’s capital of Perth, the mystical moonscape of the Pinnacles Desert set in the Nambung National Park, will be a memorable highlight.
The south west region boasts the Margaret River gourmet food and wine region as well as the ancient landmark of Wave Rock, believed to be 2700 million years in the making. The beachside town of Esperance is perfect for a coastal walk or a swim, and the Fitzgerald River and Cape Le Grand National Parks will leave you further in awe of this stunning region.