Western Australia

Where Adventure Meets Wonder

Western Australia (WA) is a land of vast and diverse landscapes, where adventure beckons at every turn.

From the golden beaches of Perth to the ancient wonders of the Kimberley, this is a destination that will capture your heart and ignite your sense of exploration.

We Recommend

  • Rottnest Island: Hop on a ferry from Perth to Rottnest Island and spend a day cycling around this car-free paradise. Don’t forget to take a quokka selfie!
  • Ningaloo Reef: Snorkel or dive at Ningaloo Reef to witness its breathtaking underwater world. Swimming with whale sharks is a bucket-list experience.
  • Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungle Range): Explore the otherworldly landscapes of the Bungle Bungle Range, known for its beehive-shaped domes and stunning gorges.
  • Horizontal Falls: Take a scenic flight over the Horizontal Falls in the Kimberley, where tidal currents create a natural phenomenon.
  • Karijini National Park: Hike through Karijini’s gorges, swim in its emerald pools, and admire the ancient rock formations.
  • Margaret River: Sip world-class wines, dine in gourmet restaurants, and surf some of Australia’s best waves in Margaret River.
  • Monkey Mia: Interact with wild dolphins at Monkey Mia, where they often come close to shore for a morning feed.
  • Kalgoorlie: Step back in time in Kalgoorlie, a historic gold-mining town known for its grand pubs and goldfields heritage.
  • Kings Park and Botanic Garden: Enjoy panoramic views of Perth from Kings Park and explore its native flora in the Botanic Garden.
  • The Pinnacles Desert: Wander among the enigmatic limestone spires of the Pinnacles Desert in Nambung National Park.

Travel Tips

When to Go

Western Australia boasts a temperate climate with four distinct seasons. The Broome and Kimberley region, however, have two seasons. The dry season (April to September) offers sunny days and cool nights, while the green season (October to March) brings heat, humidity, and occasional heavy rains. Note that some attractions may be inaccessible during the green season due to road closures and flooding.

Indigenous Heritage

Respect the land and its indigenous heritage. Learn about the local cultures and take guided tours to gain a deeper understanding of the region.

Wildlife Awareness

Be mindful of the diverse wildlife. Keep a safe distance, particularly when encountering marine animals.

Booking Ahead

Popular attractions and accommodations can fill up quickly, so plan and book in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons.