Western Australia – Broome Kimberley & Beyond

Welcome to Western Australia, the home of spectacular scenery and rich cultural history. From rugged landscapes and untouched wilderness to pristine waters teeming with marine life, Western Australia is brimming with natural beauty.

   

Embrace the harmony of nature and urban life in Perth with a picnic in King's Park as you overlook the city, then enjoy the cosmopolitan vibe in Elizabeth Quay and visit one of Perth's most unique tourist attractions – The Perth Bell Tower. Soak up some maritime history in the dynamic port city of Fremantle, just 30 minutes from Perth and renowned for its eclectic mix of arty and alternative types. Enjoy a premium coffee in the 'Cappuccino Strip' and peruse the arts and crafts as you potter through the famous Fremantle markets.

Further afield, experience a perfect taster of what Western Australia has to offer through numerous day tours from Perth. Go wine-tasting in Margaret river, visit the Pinnacles Desert, or hop on the ferry and explore the picturesque Rottnest island whilst in search for the illustrious quokka!

Further afield, experience a perfect taster of what Western Australia has to offer through numerous day tours from Perth. Go wine-tasting in Margaret river, visit the Pinnacles Desert, or hop on the ferry and explore the picturesque Rottnest island whilst in search for the illustrious quokka!

Allow Western Australia to take your breath away with dazzling displays of wildflowers that colour the landscape as far as the eye can see. Hike to Nature's Window in Kalbarri National Park and marvel at how the spectacular rock formation perfectly frames the Murchison River.

Surround yourself with marine life along Western Australia's Coral Coast, frequented by humpback whales, manta rays, turtles and tropical fish. See wild dolphins up close at Monkey Mia or head further up the coast to the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo reef for a once in a lifetime experience of swimming with the largest fish on Earth, the majestic whaleshark.

Head further North to experience the rugged beauty of the Kimberley region – Australia's last true wilderness frontier. Explore the vast expanse of untouched wilderness and take a 4WD on a true outback adventure along the legendary Gibb River Road. Have your camera at the ready for the many photo opportunities as you explore the natural wonders of the Bungle Bungle range.

Look up in awe at the indescribable night sky as you camp under the stars. Appreciate the Aboriginal culture that runs deep throughout the region, be welcomed by the communities and visit an art gallery to admire the work of local artists.

Fall in love with Broome, the pearl of North West Australia. With its tropical vibe and long sandy beaches it's not surprising that Broome is a popular holiday destination for many Australians. Discover Broome's history with a sailing tour on a traditional pearl lugger and bask in the romance of watching the sun set over pristine waters. Hunt for dinosaur footprints at Gantheaume point then watch the sky light up with colour from the back of a camel as you take in the beauty of Cable beach. Time your trip to Broome to see the beautiful Staircase to the Moon and marvel as the full moon reflects off the mud flats at low tide to create this stunning natural optical illusion.

No trip would be complete without seeing the natural phenomenon of the Horizontal Falls, one of the biggest tourist attractions of the area and arguably one of Western Australia's best day tours. Extend your tour to take in the breath taking scenery of the Buccaneer Archipelago by cruise or scenic flight and be amazed at the 800-1000 islands scattered throughout the turquoise water.

There's something for everyone in Western Australia, and with so much to offer, where will your next Western Australia holiday take you?

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