Western Australia

The ethereal beauty of WA ignites wanderlust and encourages exploration, showcasing a world of adventure on your doorstep.

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Highlights of a Broome to Kununurra Gibb River Road Trip

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Highlights of a Broome to Kununurra Gibb River Road Trip

10 Unmissable Adventures in WA

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10 Unmissable Adventures in WA

Luxury Escapes Guide to the Kimberley

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Luxury Escapes Guide to the Kimberley

Luxury Escapes Guide to Perth

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Luxury Escapes Guide to Perth
Wander out Yonder

In the capital, Perth’s shiny skyscrapers and high-end restaurants sit alongside the breathtaking natural beauty of Cottesloe Beach and Kings Park. Hop on a ferry in Fremantle and visit the friendly quokkas on Rottnest Island or take a drive to the sprawling vineyards of the Swan Valley.

In Margaret River, fine dining and award-winning wine fuel long walks through vast national parks, limestone cave exploration and world-class surfing. Broome becomes your gateway to the Kimberley and otherworldly natural wonders, from camel rides along 22 kilometres of impossibly white sand at Cable Beach to dinosaur footprints at Gantheaume Point and Roebuck Bay’s elusive Staircase to the Moon, an optical illusion of shimmering moonlight on water.

Majestic beauty abounds in the Kimberley, rewarding adventurous travellers with the beehive stripes of the Bungle Bungle Range, Aboriginal rock art, the mighty Horizontal Falls and awe-inspiring canyons and gorges. Take your adventures underwater and swim with gentle whale sharks at UNESCO-listed Ningaloo, the world’s largest fringing reef. Further down the coast at Shark Bay’s Monkey Mia, make friends with playful wild dolphins.

Go forth and discover — now is the time to wander out yonder and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Western Australia. WA logo