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Western Australia is so vast that wherever you chose to stay, you’re guaranteed to have a completely different experience. For cosmopolitan vibes with plenty of restaurants, bars, markets and shops, head to Perth CBD or Fremantle. Foodies may prefer to head further south to the Margaret River Region, where vineyards, wineries, craft beer breweries and gourmet dining establishments are in abundance. You’ll also find incredible surf beaches down this way. For unique wilderness experiences and insight into ancient Indigenous Australian culture, go north to the beautiful Kimberley region.
There’s so much to see and do in Western Australia, the main thing to decide is where to start! Take the ferry to Rottnest Island to visit the smiling quokkas and cycle across the tiny island. Sample local wines, visit microbreweries and feast at award-winning restaurants before visiting some of Western Australia’s most beautiful beaches in the Margaret River region. Go north to the Kimberley to visit iconic sites such as the Bungle Bungle Range, Purnululu National Park, Cathedral Gorge and much more.
Any Western Australia holiday package should start in Perth, the country’s sunniest capital city. Explore the local markets, grab a coffee at one of the alfresco cafes along South Terrace or go for a dip at Cottesloe Beach. Take to the skies with a wander along Tree Top Walkway, or catch the ferry to Rottnest Island to take a selfie with a quokka.
Explore the colonial-era streets of Fremantle, popping by its famous prison or sipping on a beer at the iconic Little Creatures, before venturing further south to the food-and-wine mecca of Margaret River.
A Western Australia holiday package in the state’s north means you can swim alongside dolphins and dugongs at Ningaloo Reef, or ride a camel along the white sands of Cable Beach. Spend a few days exploring the hub of Broome, eating al fresco and learning more about pearl farming, one of the city’s key industries.
For the truly adventurous, it’s hard to look past a Western Australia holiday package in the Kimberleys and Outback. Travel inland to learn more about the state’s long Indigenous history, sleeping under the stars and exploring the rock formations called Bungles Bungles alongside a local guide.