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Western Australia

Western Australia is the giant of Australian states, occupying about one-third of the continent as such the experiences change with the landscape. In the south see wildflowers, forests, ranges, goldfields and parks. To the north; deserts, reefs and the Kimberley.
Kimberley

The Kimberley is one of the world’s last great wilderness areas. Covering an expanse of nearly 423,000 square kilometres and with an estimated population of just 30,000 it has fewer people per square kilometre than almost any other place on earth.

Mid West

From Green Head in the south to Kalbarri in the north and the vast openness through the Murchison to Wiluna, magical holiday experiences are ready to be discovered throughout the Mid West. The natural bush environment is renowned for its colourful wildflowers.

Heartlands

Blessed with diversity of landscape and environment, the Heartlands is home to several Western Australia's most popular natural attractions, like Wave Rock and the Pinnacles.Wave Rock looks like a giant surf wave of multicoloured granite.

Gascoyne - Outback Coast

The region encompassing a rugged outback of brown sandy plains and rocky highlands including Mt Augustus and the Kennedy Range. To the west, the outback meets a stunning coastline edged with white sandy beaches from Shark Bay and Ningaloo Reef.

Pilbara

Engulfed by a 2.5 billion year old landscape, the rugged Pilbara is a premier adventure holiday destination. The Pilbara contains three world class national parks, including Rudall River and Karijini - regarded as one of Australia’s most stunning natural assets.

Great Southern

The towns of Albany, Denmark, Mt Barker, Katanning and Kojonup all between four to five hours drive south from Perth offer a variety of landscapes and attractions for all tastes. The Bibbulmun Track undulates through to the Great Southern to Albany.

Goldfields

The area has experienced a number of booms and busts, with fluctuating gold prices. The towns of Kalgoorlie/Boulder and Coolgardie, were the products of the 1890's gold rush era and still sit on one of the richest gold mining area known to man.

Peel

Just an hour's drive south of Perth, the Peel Region encompasses 5500km² of diverse landscapes, ranging from rolling farm pastures and striking jarrah forests in the east to the calm waters of Peel Inlet and Harvey Estuary in the west.

Perth and Fremantle

Perth is a scenic and sophisticated city, renowned for its abundant sunshine, relaxed lifestyle and easy-going manner. The city's modern skyline blends with magnificent colonial architecture. The commercial precinct, is known for its fashion, cafes and art galleries.

South West

The waters of the capital of the region known as the South West and Western Australia's second largest population centre, Bunbury, mark the point where the warm Indian Ocean waters collide with those of the cooler Southern Ocean.

Esperance

The Esperance region is a paradise for lovers of the water and the sun. Its beaches are considered amongst the best in the world and providing ideal conditions for fishing, surfing, sailing and sand boarding, nature lovers and sunbathers seeking relaxation.