Other Western Australia Travel Ideas
From the vineyards of the Margaret River to the wilds of the Kimberley region, Western Australia is a treasure hiding in plain sight. With the world’s most remote capital city and Australia’s largest fringing coral reef, Western Australia can feel like a whole other country, offering experiences you just can’t recreate elsewhere. Wander the eerie Cervantes desert, feed the dolphins at Monkey Mia, swim with the whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef, or explore Australia’s wildest frontier in the Kimberleys. In a state that seems to go on forever, so do the opportunities for adventure.
|South West and Wine |
Discover Perth by embarking on a tour of Nambung National Park and the mystical Pinnacles Desert. Sample wine in the Margaret River Wine Region and drive through the Boranup Forest
|Ningaloo Reef |
Ningaloo Reef is a virtually untouched 260 km long coral reef where you can dive or snorkel with magnificent manta rays and at certain times you may be able to swim with whale sharks.
|Sunny Perth |
Perth is an aquatic paradise with clean beaches and pleasant river foreshores. It is an ideal base to explore the diverse surrounding areas including the colourful port city of Freemantle.
|Luxury Adventure Cruising |
An in-depth cruise to the Kimberley Region of Western Australia features many natural phenomena such as waterfalls, beautiful coastal scenery, secluded beaches, awe inspiring gorges, indigenous rock art plus an insight into ancient cultural history.
|Monkey Mia |
Goway's Monkey Mia Dolphins is a Beach and Lodge Stay that visits Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort in Shark Bay, a World Heritage Listed area.
Explore the highlights of Broome: friendly people, secret places, a colourful history and tasty local cuisine. Finish with a delightful camel ride, watching the sunset on Cable Beach.
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