WESTERN AUSTRALIA is a huge state with a diverse range of amazing experiences. Explore Perth attractions such as Kings Park, sip a cider in the Perth Hills, meet the local Quokkas on a day trip to Rottnest Island and spend a day in Fremantle. Further afield, consider swimming with whale sharks on the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef, hand feed wild dolphins at Monkey Mia, ride camels at sunset along Cable Beach in Broome or enjoy a long lunch at a Margaret River winery. A great variety of experiences to be had in a vast wilderness! Click on the map or scroll down for further information…

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Perth

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Margaret River

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Coral Coast

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Broome & The Kimberleys

Perth attractions

Perth/Fremantle & Surrounds

Famous for its blue skies, warm climate and friendly people, the riverside capital of Perth is truly one of Australia’s most beautiful cities. Perth attractions not to be missed are the Swan River, the Perth Mint and a number of native wildlife parks. Just a short drive from the city are the white sandy beaches and turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. There are nearly twenty beaches to choose from, each with its own atmosphere but all offering superb swimming and stunning sunsets. Cafes and restaurants dot the coastline providing views to Rottnest Island. Fremantle is a twenty minute drive, and this colourful and multicultural port city is alive with street performers, markets and alfresco cafes. The sumptuous Swan Valley is one of Western Australia’s premium wine-growing regions.

Top 4 Highlights for Perth & Surrounds:

  • Kings Park & Botanic Garden

    Take some time out to enjoy the views and wonderful park.

  • Walking Tour

    Do a walking tour with award winning Two Feet & a Heartbeat.

  • Wine tour of the Swan Valley

    Take a food/wine & beer tasting tour.

  • Rottnest Island

    Plan a day trip to see the Quokkas.

Climate Averages for Perth (South West Australia):
Max C Max F Min C Min F Rainfall (mm) Sunshine Hours
January 32 90 17 63 9 12
July 18 64 8 46 162 6

    Perth attractions

    Margaret River Region

    This region offers a variety of travel experiences. From towering forests to whale watching, award-winning wine and world class surfing. A great drive from Perth, you can stop off at one of the coastal towns, relax on the beach or head inland to the Margaret River wine region. You will find local art and craft at every turn and dolphins and other marine life can be spotted from various points along the south coast route. The popular seaside town of Busselton features the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. Dunsborough is blessed with sheltered beaches. Discover beautiful forests, and scenic walking trails are easy to find. Head to Pemberton and Walpole to get right into Karri country, climb 60 metres to the top of the Gloucester Tree or visit the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk. Read more

    Top 3 Highlights for Margaret River Region:

    • Caves

      Visit Mammoth, Lake & Jewel Caves, some of the most unique and stunning cave systems in Australia.

    • Wine Tours & Tastings

      Enjoy some magnificent wineries such as Brookwood, Voyager Estate & Cape Mentelle.

    • Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk

      Enjoy the views & walk amongst the Karri forests.

      Perth attractions

      Coral Coast

      Discover the Coral Coast beaches, exotic marine life, national reserves and the bluest ocean you’ll see anywhere in the world. This coastline commences at Cervantes, where you’ll find the unique rock formations of the Pinnacles and stretches as far north to Exmouth, home of the internationally renowned Ningaloo Reef. Inland is just as exciting, as carpets of wildflowers burst into colour during the wildflower season. 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 Coral Coast is one of the few places in the world where you can swim with the world’s largest fish the whale shark from mid-March-mid July.

      Top 3 Highlights for the Coral Coast:

      • Ningaloo Reef

        Snorkel one of the last great ocean paradises on earth.

      • Swim with the Whale Sharks

        Experience the ultimate wildlife encounter by swimming with the largest fish in the world.

      • Meet wild Dolphins

        Feed the friendly wild bottlenose dolphins at Monkey Mia.

      Climate Averages Coral Coast
      Dec – Feb Jun – Aug
      Geraldton 32 20
      Exmouth 37 25

        Perth attractions

        Broome & The Kimberleys

        Broome is a unique and exotic seaside town and the gateway to the Kimberleys. This 1880’s pearling port simply oozes with colour, a great place to relax on Cable Beach and explore the many adventures on offer. Beyond Broome head north to the Dampier Peninsula for an authentic indigenous cultural experience. To the east, find spectacular gorges and thundering waterfalls in the heart of the Kimberley. Explore working cattle stations and massive wilderness sanctuaries. No matter what kind of holiday experience you seek both Broome & the Kimberleys promises you the adventure of a lifetime! Read more

        Top 4 Highlights for Broome & The Kimberleys:

        • Horizontal Falls

          Take a light plane trip to Horizontal Falls & the Dampier Peninsula.

        • Cable Beach

          Enjoy a lazy day on this gorgeous beach & don’t forget a sunset Camel ride.

        • Outdoor Cinema

          Watch a movie outside under the stars.

        • Gibb River Road

          Have the adventure of a lifetime by exploring all the amazing gorges, cattle stations & of course, Purnululu National Park with the incredible Bungle Bungles.

        Climate Averages for Broome/Kimberleys:
        Max C Min C Rainfall (mm)
        January 33 26 174
        July 29 14 6