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Western Australia

Western Australia

From endless untouched beaches to the unexplored outback, Western Australia offers extraordinary experiences like no other. Every day is full of unique possibilities whether you’re driving around moon-like landscapes in the Pinnacles Desert, snorkelling straight off the beach at Ningaloo Reef, swimming with whale sharks, exploring the cool cafes of Perth, or riding into the sunset on an Aussie camel.

Top 6 Things to Do in Western Australia

  • Swim with Whale Sharks
    Ningaloo Reef is the only place in Australia where you can swim close to giant but gentle whale sharks. Don't let the name fool you and head to Exmouth or Coral Bay between March and July for an unforgettable encounter with the world's largest fish.
  • Ride a Camel on Cable Beach
    What better way to see the sun set over the Indian Ocean than on a camel's back!? On one of the whitest beaches in Oz we might add. Bet you didn't even know there were camels in Australia, huh?
  • Sip Wine in Margaret River
    Top notch wines and food, rolling vineyards and beautiful beaches- the Margaret River region is diverse, scenic and makes our taste buds cheer.

  • Visit Dolphins in Monkey Mia
    Get close to friendly dolphins at Monkey Mia. Located in Shark Bay this reserve is popular as friendly dolphins visit the bay every morning. On a cruise through the bay you may also spot shy Dugongs and if you are lucky you can see Emu families trot along the white beaches.
  • Unearth the Kimberley
    Dramatic gorges, cascading waterfalls, pure ruggedness - that's the Kimberley region. 4WD through the wilderness and then relax and take in the breath-taking scenery on a cruise through the gorges.
  • Smile with a Quokka
    Always smiley and the best selfie prop we can think of, quokkas have long made it into the Instagram hall of fame. The cute critters can be found on Rottnest Island, only a 90 min ferry ride from Perth, the island makes for a great day-out.

Experience 5 diverse worlds in one state

coral coast
The Coral Coast
Just a short walk from the beautiful white beaches of the Coral Coast you can dive into a world of colourful marine life. At Ningaloo Reef you can swim with whalesharks, snorkel with turtles and manta rays. Life isn't just great down under(water), as you can wander moon-like landscapes in the Pinnacles Desert or hike along the landscapes of Kalbarri National Park and much more above water at Western Australia's Coral Coast.
The Kimberleys
The North West
Broome is the gateway to Australia's rugged North West. Spend at least a day at Cable Beach where 22km of white sand and great surf waves await. Then soak up the beautiful colours of Western Australia's diverse landscapes at Cape Leveque, drive through the Bungle Bungles, cruise through the gorges of the Kimberley Coast and make a stop at one of the world's most mesmerising waterfalls, King George Falls.
Margaret River
The South West
Most popular for it's divine food and wine, Australia's South West also trumps with endless adventures: the longest whale watching season in the world, dolphin spotting in Albany, a train ride over the Indian Ocean on the Busselton Jetty, caving in the Margaret River Region and tree top walks through the canopy of timber giants in the Valley of the Giants, just to name a few...
outback
The Golden Outback
The whitest beach in Australia, the largest monolith on earth (clue: it is not Uluru) and the largest wave in Australia can be found in Western Australia's outback. You may have to share the white sands of Lucky Bay with a few kangaroos, impress your friends with your photos of Mount Augustus and break your surf board on the Wave Rock, but these surprises are what make Western Australia so special.

Perth & Surrounds

Perth makes the perfect base for your Western Australia adventure. The sunniest city in Oz offers all the cool bars, restaurants, cultural and shopping experiences you expect from a big city and mixes these with it's laid-back and relaxing charm, 19 surf beaches and the largest inner city park in the world (move over Central Park). So whether you surf at Cottesloe Beach, picnic in King's Park or ride a segway at Elizabeth Quay, anything goes in Perth and its surrounds are worth a visit. Check out Little Creatures brewery in picturesque Fremantle, only a 30 minute drive from Perth or take a ferry across to Rottnest Island for a bike and snorkel adventure.

Tours in Western Australia

Aussie Wanderer
If you're looking to combine adventure with real off the beaten track travel, look no further than this awesome 19 day package. Start in Perth and finish in Darwin whilst in between you will snorkel with whale sharks, visit the Bungle Bungles, hike the dramatic gorges of Karijini NP and get up close to dolphins in Monkey Mia.
19 days from £1,699
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Western Australia Discoverer
This 8-day tour loops east from Perth to the Esperance region, along the stunning southern coast and back up the west coast through the famous wine region of Margaret River. On top of that, youll get a prime mix of hiking and outdoor pursuits, diverse scenery, and deep history.
 8 Days from $2,449
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Best of the Coast
We pack in plenty of authentic Aussie experiences on this 10-day trip, from spotting native wildlife to taking canoe tours with Aboriginal guides and learning about their legends. See the marine life at Shark Bay, check out the stromatolites, explore Cape Range National Park and more. The best? Oh, yes.
10 Days from $2,719
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West Coast Odyssey
This adventure tour is set to get your Instagram out of control as you witness the untouched wilderness of Western Australia. Feel the sand between your toes on the sweeping expanses of 80 Mile Beach, bathe in waterfalls in the beautiful Karijini N.P., snorkel with mighty whale sharks at Ningaloo Reefs and get up close and personal with the famous dolphins at Monkey Mia...
9 days from £909
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Day Trips in Western Australia

Pinnacles Adventure
Visit Caversham Wildlife Park before a fully-guided tour through the Pinnacles Desert, an intriguing landscape of limestone formations. Cool off for a swim at the beautiful beach before enjoying lunch. The amazine Lancelin sand dunes are a great way to finish the day. Try your hand at the unique sport of sandboarding.
Full day from £91
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Swan Valley Winery Experience
Try over 45 wines, snuffle truffles and feast on vineyard platters and cheeseboards on this over-indulgent day in the Swan Valley wineries. Fully guided from Perth, swirl your way through five wineries, a boutique brewery and stuff yourself full of artisan nibbles.
Full day from £68
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Experience Rottnest with Bike Hire
Marvel at historical Rottnest's unique array of wildlife on this self-guided tour. Check out snorkel trails teaming with tropical fish, relax on the islands white sands, explore the island by bike, grab a selfie with a quokka and enjoy return ferry transfers from Perth.
Full day from £82
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Swan River Twilight Cruise
Watch the sunset over the Perth skyline as you float down the Swan River on this 90-minute evening cruise. Listen to the live commentary as you glide past landmarks like the Crown Casino and Old Swan Brewery, admire the glittering waterfront of Claisebrook Cove, and enjoy a complimentary glass of wine as you soak up the views.

 

Full day from £22
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When is the best time to visit Western Australia?

Western Australia is a year round destination and its capital Perth is the sunniest city in Australia with an average of 29°C in summer. Winter in Perth and the South West can get a little chilly  (for Aussie standards) with an average temperature of 12°C from June to August. The climate in the North West is more tropical with a 'green season' from October to March and a dry season from April to September. Be wary that certain places in the Kimberley Region are only accessible during the 'dry season' and generally this is the better time to head to the North West because, let's face it, we get enough rain at home.

How long is the Flight to Perth?

You can fly to Perth from the UK in only 17 hours! Different airlines fly to Perth with only one stopover from the UK and it the flight duration does depend on your connection/lay-over etc. Getting to WA's capital from other parts of Australia is also easy as pie with many affordable domestic flights from Australia's main cities. 

How to Travel in Western Australia

How does one get around a state as large as WA. Well, there are different options. Hiring a campervan and having an epic road trip is one, or you could join one of our tours, meet like-minded travellers and get to know more about the different areas by knowledgeable guides. The choice is yours..

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