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Western Australia is vast. It covers one third of Australia and is home to only 2 million people. Most of those people live in the South West corner of the state, near Perth. Because of its size, Western Australia is incredibly diverse and has so much to offer. There is pristine wilderness around every corner and untouched natural beauty. It has the most amazing sunsets and incredible wildlife interactions like nowhere else in the world!

Not convinced yet? Western Australia (WA) also boasts some of Australia’s best beaches and food and wine experiences.

There are 5 regions to explore in WA:

Australia’s Coral Coast

The Coral Coast stretches along with middle of the West coast of WA. It is best known for the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef – the world’s largest fringe reef! Here you can swim will all sorts of marine like including humpback whales and whale sharks. The Coral Coast is known for some of the more unique National Parks in Australia, including Kalbarri National Park and The Pinnacles National Park.

Australia’s Golden Outback

The Golden Outback is extremely large and includes some of Western Australia’s most well-known natural phenomena. Despite its name, it is in the Golden Outback that you would expect to see fields of dazzling wildflowers and Kangaroos frolicking on perfectly white sand. The Golden outback also includes plenty of ‘outback’ and is the home to some of the largest Gold deposits and mines in the world, not to mention the World’s largest rock – Mt Augusts, which is 2.5 times larger than Uluru.

Australia’s North West

The North West – home of the world-famous Kimberley region! It is the largest expanse of untamed wilderness in Australia. The Kimberley region is known across the world for its spectacular landscapes and wonderful experiences. Things like the horizontal waterfalls, the most amazing sunsets and the Bungle Bungle ranges. However, it isn’t all wild. Broome is a wonderful tropical destination full of resorts and history from its pearling industry.

Australia’s South West

Just a few hours south of Perth lies one of the most popular destinations in Western Australia – the South West. Although it is much smaller than some other regions in WA it is located on some of the most fertile ground in the state. Food and Wine experiences are a major draw card, the Margaret River region is a world-renowned wine producing area.  

Perth and Surrounds

Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is well known for it’s cool vibes and beach life. Perth has grown from its colonial origins to a modern thriving city, it has some of Australia’s best beaches within a few kilometres from the city centre at Cottesloe and Fremantle. Just a short Ferry ride away is Rottnest Island, the only place in the world you will be able to get up close and personal to a Quokka and get that the perfect Quokka Selfie!