• Broome
    • Kimberley
    • Bungle Bungle
    • Exmouth
    • Kalgoorlie
    • Esperance
    • Perth
    • Kununurra
    • Ningaloo Reef
    • Monkey Mia
One of the largest states in the world, Western Australia covers an area of more than 2.5 million square kilometres. The ever-changing landscape is peppered with unique geological wonders that are home to some of the rarest flora and fauna whilst the waters of the spectacular coastline are brimming with amazing sea life.

Australia's sunniest capital and located on the Swan River, Perth is a vibrant city bustling with restaurants, shopping and culture, and home to Kings Park, one of the largest inner city parks in the world and the jewel in the crown of Perth. Just a short drive away are the beautiful wineries of the Swan Valley and a string of stunning beaches.

Drive south to the Margaret River, set against a backdrop of rolling vineyards and breathtaking coastal and forest scenery. The only wine region in Australia where you can hop from award-winning wineries and restaurants to stunning beaches, tall-timber forests, world-class surf breaks and ancient caves. Head up the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, on the most south western point of mainland Australia to see where the Southern Ocean and Indian Oceans meet.

To the north, there are many natural wonders of the Coral Coast. See the moonscape of the Pinnacles Desert with its curious limestone spires formed over millions of years. Monkey Mia — experience a magical and memorable close encounter with wild bottlenose dolphins on the beach or take a wildlife cruise on Shark Bay to spot sea turtles, manta rays, sharks and dugongs.

Further north discover some of the world's most diverse marine habitats. Be in awe of World Heritage-listed coral gardens of the Ningaloo Reef — the largest fringing reef on Earth and one of the few coral reefs with easy access from the beach to snorkel and swim amongst hundreds of colourful tropical reef fish species.

The pearling capital of Australia, Broome, is the western gateway to the Kimberley wilderness — home to Cable beach with its 22 kilometres of the white sand and turquoise water and the natural phenomenon of the Staircase to the Moon. Take a camel ride along the beach at sunset, a scenic flight over the unique and captivating Bungle Bungle Range or a boat cruise to view King George Falls, the highest waterfalls in the state.

More Destinations

  • NSW
    • Blue Mountains
    • Hunter Valley
    • Sydney
    • Broken Hill
  • WA
    • Broome
    • Kimberley
    • Bungle Bungle
    • Exmouth
    • Kalgoorlie
    • Esperance
    • Perth
    • Kununurra
    • Ningaloo Reef
    • Monkey Mia
  • SA
    • Coober Pedy
    • Flinders Ranges
    • Clare Valley
    • McLaren Vale
    • Barossa Valley
    • Adelaide
    • Kangaroo Island
  • VIC
    • Melbourne
    • Yarra Valley
    • Great Ocean Road
    • Phillip Island
  • QLD
    • Brisbane
    • Gold Coast
    • Great Barrier Reef
    • Cairns
    • Port Douglas
    • Fraser Island
    • Townsville
  • NT
    • Uluru
    • Alice Springs
    • Darwin
    • Kakadu
    • Kings Canyon
  • ACT
    • Canberra
  • TAS
    • Cradle Mountain
    • Port Arthur
    • Hobart
    • Launceston