With the world’s most isolated capital city and cattle stations bigger than most European countries, the West Coast of Australia definitely has that ‘Final Frontier’ vibe down pat.
So where do you start? Up north, with the waterfalls and red rock gorges of Karijini? A lazy sunset camel ride on Cable Beach? Maybe whale watching off the coast of Albany or a vineyard tour through the Margaret River. (Actually, all of those sound pretty awesome.) One thing’s for sure– when you’re tackling the world’s second biggest state, it pays to call in the experts.
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Things to see & do on the West Coast of Australia