Western Australia

For an extraordinary holiday, you need to go to an extraordinary destination. So if you’re looking to step into a world of awe-inspiring beauty and discover experiences found nowhere else on earth, you’ve come to the right place.

Western Australia boasts the largest collection of stunningly beautiful wildflowers on the planet (particularly from July to September), some of the whitest beaches in the country and one of only a few places world-wide where you can swim with the ocean’s largest fish.

Western Australia’s Kimberley region has been recognised as one of the world’s “must see” destinations by the iconic global travel publisher Lonely Planet.  Not only did the Kimberley make the Top 10, but it was named the second place and is the only Australian region on the list, which is a huge accolade.

Perth

Australia’s sunniest capital city, Perth embraces a relaxed outdoor lifestyle. Explore the 400 hectares of Kings Park in the city or the inviting clear waters and spectacular sunsets at Cottesloe Beach.

Head south to the port city of Fremantle where the fascinating maritime history blends with an open, multicultural energy. Take a short ferry ride to Rottnest Island, a city escape for swimming, snorkeling, fishing and relaxing.

Australia’s North West

Just to name a few attractions

Australia’s North West is one of the world’s last true wilderness areas and home to the Kimberley- the inspiration for ‘Australia’ the movie.

The seaside town of Broome forms the southern gateway to this spectacular region and offers up breathtaking Cable Beach – a 22km stretch of soft white sand and warm turquoise waters.

From Broome, venture into red-earth country and experience an authentic Aussie outback adventure by four wheel drive, take a scenic flight over extraordinary rock formations and magnificent waterfalls, or cruise through the inland waterways that permeate the region.

Highlights of Australia’s North West include the Bungle Bungle Range, the rocky landscapes of Karijini National Park, the many ancient gorges featured along the Gibb River Road, and Lake Argyle – a mass of water large enough to be classified as an inland sea.

Must Visit / Do:

  • Stay in Kooljaman in Cape Leveque – so very beautiful….
  • Visit the 1,000,000 acres of El Questro Station; parts of it remain unknown to man
  • Helicopter flight over the Bungle Bungle Range

Australia’s 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 commences 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 World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef. This amazing area is also great for yearly diving and fishing all year round with a variety of spectacular reefs and marine life, white sandy beaches and warm turquoise waters.

Australia’s Coral Coast is one of the few places in the world where you can swim with the world’s largest fish – the whale shark. Just as exciting inland are carpets of wildflowers which burst into glorious colour during the wildflower season between July and September.

The region offers amazing experiences and interactions with a variety of marine life, including meeting the dolphins of Monkey Mia sea lions, manta rays, dugongs and humpback whales.

Australia’s South West

Chosen by Lonely Planet as one of the world’s Top 10 Regions in 2010, Australia’s South West offers some of the most varied travel experiences in Western Australia.

Discover towering forests to whale watching, fine food and wine to world class surfing, Australia’s South West offers some of the most varied travel experiences in Western Australia.

Margret River and its surrounds are a popular destination for world-class wineries, top surfing and fun family holidays. Locals head here in winter too, responding to the lure of cosy log-fires, brisk walks along the beach, horse riding through the bush and mountains of delicious local produce.

Must Do:

Take a boat trip on the Swan River to Fremantle
Stroll through the streets of the port city Fremantle
Enjoy a glass of wine from the famous Margret River Region
Delight in an afternoon strolling Enjoy in Kings Park