Explore Western Australia

Holiday Destinations in Western Australia

Introducing Western Australia, a pristine and beautiful utopia with endless beauty to explore. If you’re looking for places to visit in Western Australia you’ll be spoilt for choice, from the elegant wine tasting in the Margaret River region to the iconic beehive domes of the Bungle Bungle ranges and more.

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When it comes to Western Australia tourist attractions there are some fantastic options to choose from. Visit the eclectic town of Fremantle and take a side trip to Rottnest Island to meet the fuzzy quokka, a cute marsupial famous for smiling at the camera. Alternatively, take a trip up the coast to Exmouth and explore the famous Ningaloo Reef Marine Park where you can swim with the majestic whale shark in a truly once in a lifetime opportunity. If wildlife is not your thing, why not explore the impressive gorges of Karijini National park or explore the picturesque town of Broome, the Pearl of Western Australia where you can go fishing, watch glorious sunsets from the back of a camel or go in search of Dinosaur footprints.

Regardless of what you are looking for, there is no doubt that Western Australia has something for everyone. In terms of Western Australia holiday destinations there are so many to pick from that there is no wrong choice, wherever you go you are sure to make memories that will have you yearning to come back again and again. Let us help you create your dream trip to Western Australia, whether it is your first time or you’ve been many times before and can’t help but return to this ruggedly beautiful destination.

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Mount Romance The Sandalwood Factory

Indulge your senses with a range of facilities including an award winning showroom, a gourmet café, free tours, video theatre and relaxation centre, you’ll find something for the whole family.
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National Anzac Centre with Wine Tour

Be spoilt with sumptuous cuisine, accompanied with award winning premium wine and visit the newly opened National Anzac Centre.
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