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Western Australia

Western Australia is the largest of the Australian states and as the name suggests, it occupies most of the western region of Australia. The region offers a diverse assortment of attractions from the city life of Perth, playing with the wild dolphins in Monkey Mia, the Outback and the rapidly growing wine region in the Margaret River area.

There are also beautiful beaches along the Indian Ocean coastline, huge wheat fields inland and forests south of Perth.

Western Australia has one of the most diverse climates in Australia – from the tropical north to the temperate south – which means equally diverse holiday experiences.

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10 things not to miss in Western Australia

  1. Swimming with the world’s biggest fish, the whale shark at Ningaloo Reef.
  2. Hiking through the World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park and Bungle Bungle range.
  3. Explore and trek through Karijini National Park’s gorges, waterfalls and swimming holes.
  4. Tasting premium Margaret River wines and meeting the winemaker.
  5. Sand boarding at Lancelin or Esperance.
  6. Seeing Bradshaw Aboriginal rock art.
  7. Learning to surf at one of Perth’s white sandy beaches.
  8. Watching the ‘Staircase to the Moon’ over Broome’s Roebuck Bay.
  9. Experiencing sunset over the Indian Ocean.
  10. Enjoying and outdoor concert or movie on a hot summer’s night.