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Step into a dream in Western Australia

Western Australia is a place where endless skies meet the road less travelled.

Western Australia is an all-encompassing Australian experience. A place where horizontal waterfalls meet staircases to the moon and magical surf breaks are steps away from some of the world's finest vineyards. Lose yourself, daily, in Perth's (Boorloo's) unique food scene and embark on the adventure of your dreams, delving into deep Aboriginal culture and stories that have been intertwined with nature and country over thousands of years of custodianship.

Busselton jetty in South Western AustraliaBusselton Jetty. The colours of the Indian Ocean will take your breath away



The experience is yours to create. Where will you start?

The sheer vastness of Western Australia is unlike any other place on Earth. With that size, comes climates from tropical to temperate, rainforest to desert. Untouched landscapes blend into city sophistication, but one thing you can't escape is the ever-changing tapestry of colours and sensations. Experiences come in many shapes and forms. Take your time and meander through the dreamscapes or book tours through a travel agent in order to make the most of the captivating beauty in the time that you have.

  • Perth
    From September to November, the golden sun and the crystal clear, sparkling Indian Ocean caress your skin in warmth and soft, gentle breezes. Pleasant temperatures, lush national parks and outdoor adventures beckon by day, as the stars and sunsets light your experience of acclaimed international and Aboriginal food and tucker. Rottnest Island (Wadjemup) and its famously happy quokkas are just a 25-minute boat ride away. One thing you'll need on a daily basis, is your camera!

  • The Margaret River Region:
    From March to May and September to November, the spring and autumnal seasons are perfect for exploring the absolute labyrinth of cellar doors that crisscross this area of natural bounty where forests meet the ocean. The vineyards become a vibrant tapestry of ruby and gold and wine festivals come alive, creating a celebratory atmosphere of gastronomic delights under the sun's warm sunset glow. During the warm, sunny days, explore the beautiful beaches and magnificent Indian Ocean sunsets along the world-famous surf breaks.

  • Ningaloo Reef/Nyinggulu
    Ningaloo is remote and pristine. Luxury resorts stand shoulder to shoulder with authentic camping experiences. Lose yourself in a marine wonderland of colour and coral as the tides shift from a turquoise cloak to crystalline tranquillity. Prepare yourself for the arrival of the serenely graceful whale sharks and frolic with the playful wild dolphins of Monkey Mia in Shark Bay (Gutharraguda). March to July is the best time to explore these cerulean waters, unveiling a time of enchantment and marvels beneath the waves.

  • The Kimberley: 
    From April to September, in the northern-most region of Western Australia, time bends to the will of adventurers seeking sublime mystery and ancient, ochre and crimson landscapes. The whispers of the wind carry tales of otherwordly, hidden gorges, cascading waterfalls and untamed wilderness. As you traverse and immerse yourself in this glorious region, where natural formations and untamed nature spring into view around every corner, remember that humans have been wandering this land for over 60,000 years. 

  • Esperance/Kepa Kurl
    In this mystical corner of Western Australia, the lakes blush with glorious, rosy pink hues, turning the landscape into a surreal palette that has been kissed by the sun and painted with whispers of magic. At Lucky Bay, you will find sun-baking wild kangaroos occupying the whitest beach in the whole of Australia. To witness the annual whale migration, visit this stunning region from June to October.



What is reality? What is dreaming? 

Western Australia is a place where the two meet and co-exist seamlessly in a land of ancient stories and wondrous nature.


Take a deep dive into this remarkable land and marvel at all its captivating regions offer. 



Perth and Surrounds

Perth, on the glistening Swan River (Derbarl Yerrigan), is Australia's sunniest capital and one of the few places in the region where light can be seen from space. Until you can join the original astronomers out on Country, there are plenty of sparkling city lights to whet your appetite in this city of locally grown gourmet ingredients. Perth is likely to be your first stop in your Western Australian odyssey. Yet, it's a place in which you could easily spend countless hours and days wandering the bohemian streets of Fremantle (Walyalup) and Kings Park and Botanic Garden (Kaarta Koomba), one of the largest, finest and most diverse inner city parks in the world. If you feel like dipping your toes in the sparkling Indian Ocean, you can get a taste of pristine nature within the city limits at one of the 19 beaches.

 

Snorkel and SCUBA in Jurien Bay, Western AustraliaSnorkel or SCUBA with seals in unspoiled Jurien Bay

Ningaloo Reef in North Western AustraliaTrek Ningaloo Reef where land and sea compete for the title of main attraction

The Pinnacles Western AustraliaThe awe-inspiring Pinnacles



Visit wild dolphins and the irrepressibly cheerful quokkas of Rottnest Island.

A local ferry will transport you, in just 25 minutes, to the unspoiled nature reserve of Rottnest Island. No cars are allowed on the island, so grab a bicycle for a traditional seaside workout along the winding trails. Alternatively, embrace a touch of the modern and join a Segway tour before bedding down in one of the premium glamping sites or upgrading to a luxury resort. You will also meet the world's happiest animal, the quokka! 

If dolphins and aquatic life are your thing, pay a visit to Rockingham and for the best sunsets in town, grab an Esky and a blanket and head to renowned Cottesloe Beach to watch nature paint the sky in a uniquely Australian palette of reds, golds, lilacs and rosy pinks.  


About 150km north of Perth, you'll find the otherworldly moonscape of the Pinnacles situated in the heart of Nambung National Park. 

The Pinnacles are a geological wonder, adorned with extraordinary limestone formations that have captured the imagination for millennia. Surrounded by cultural importance, this site offers a glimpse into geological mystery and ancient tradition. These magnificent structures stand as silent witnesses to the passage of time and the ceaseless work of wind and the ancient, limestone-rich ocean that once covered this region. These intricate shapes and textures that now dot the landscape in this pristine desert wonderland create an ethereal tableau of adventure and imagination. Each formation carries its own story, connecting the present with the ancestral past and reinforcing the cultural identity of the local Aboriginal communities.


Indian Ocen sunset at Cottesloe Beach, PerthIndian Ocean sunset from Cottesloe Beach, Perth

Quokkas at Rottnest Island, Western AustraliaFun with Rottnest Island's friendliest residents

Perth, Western AustraliaPerth. A modern city nestled in nature


Heading South: The Margaret River Region and Esperance.

If you're heading south from Perth, you'll likely be looking for cuisine, wine or the perfect surf break. You're in for a genuinely out-of-this-world experience as you explore the intoxicating allure of some of the finest vineyards in Australia. The exceptionally welcoming Mediterranean climate and gentle onshore breeze create the perfect conditions to develop the vines and their produce into classic, tantalising, world-class wines. Embark on a wine tasting adventure and let the velvety tannins and vibrant aromas whisk you away to a realm of pure sensory pleasure. Join the truffle dogs on a tour to dig for culinary gold in ancient timber forests or journey through the passionate producers that make this region a worldwide culinary destination. Succulent local seafood graces the menu in the multiplicity of restaurants found in this breadbasket of Western Australia. Juicy prawns, plump scallops, mouthwatering lobster and melt in the mouth ocean fish are just a few of the treasures that line the local menus. Farm to ocean to table isn't just a concept that is paid lip service here; it's purely a way of life.


Margaret River premium wine region South Western AustraliaAustralia's most premium wine region

Ngilgi Cave, Yallingup Western AustraliaNgilgi Cave, Yallingup

Surfer's Point surf break in Gracetown, Western AustraliaSurfers Point, Gracetown


Before you take your fill of the area's culinary abundance, take time to reconnect with the land. 

Hear the echoes of the didgeridoo reverberating through the Ngilgi Cave on an unforgettable cultural tour. Lose yourself amongst the fantastical colours of the region, enjoying the scenic views along the Cape to Cape Track. Or start your day on the whitest beach in Australia. The gleaming shores of Lucky Bay don't just belong to the local kangaroos! Find a secluded spot and sit quietly to let them adjust to your presence before snapping Nat Geo-worthy memories that will remind you every day of the unique and untouched magic of this corner of the world. 

If you have time, it's worth heading out to Wave Rock (Katter Kich), a sacred creation born from thousands of years of culture that defies imagination and, in many places, physics. This enormous inland tsunami, frozen in time is simply mesmerising, with profound spiritual and cultural significance. Created by the Rainbow Serpent, this ancient site is an outdoor classroom to pass on knowledge and wisdom to the younger generations, fostering a sense of pride and cultural community. 

Lucky Bay white sand beach in south Western AustraliaLucky Bay, near Esperance

outback western Australia at famous Aboriginal heritage site, Wave RockOutback dreaming at Wave Rock

Amazing Western Australian Beaches at Cape Le Grand National ParkCape Le Grand National Park


Heading North: Ningaloo Reef and the Kimberley.

Have you ever had a dream that was so clear that it seemed true? Feel the freedom of the sparsely populated, majestic realm of the north. Your entry points to this magical kingdom are the captivating regional cities of Broome (Rubibi) and Exmouth (Warnangoora). These coastal wonders are a great jumping off point for excursions into a region that immerses you in stunning landscapes, rich history and vibrant culture. 


Exmouth is a haven for nature enthusiasts and seekers of all kinds. 

Underwater kaleidoscopes and World Heritage-listed sites all await on your doorstep. Of course, Ningaloo Reef is one of those wonders, where you can swim with magnificent whale sharks from March to August or humpback whales from August to November. With an astonishing array of marine life, you'll see tropical fish in rainbow hues, vibrant coral gardens, and majestic manta rays that epitomise the peaceful, laid-back pace of life in the north.

At the serene marine oasis of Monkey Mia near Shark Bay World Heritage Area, you can visit the local pod of bottlenose dolphins that have been enchanting visitors for years. Protecting the precious legacy of human interaction with these playful and curious wild creatures, the centre for scientific research and conservation provide valuable insights into their behaviour, communication and overall well-being. 


Broome is the 'Pearl of the North'. 

Set amongst pristine beaches that are rooted in the pearling industry, modern Broome gives an insight into the multicultural heritage of the area and its fascinating history. Enjoy wildlife spotting on a morning mangrove tour of Roebuck Bay, or delight in choosing your very own Broome pearl while learning about the modern processes for farming cultured pearls.  You can't miss a trip to the iconic 22km long Cable Beach (Walmanyjun) to witness a star-studded slice of paradise and a sunset from high on the saddle of an unhurried camel. Go back in time to before humans set foot on this land at Gantheaume Point (Minyirr). This rugged land, lined by vibrant red cliffs and sandstone outcrops transports you to the era of the dinosaurs with some of the best preserved, untouched footprints in the world.

The natural phenomenon of Horizontal Falls (Garaanngaddim) awaits you. A thrilling display of tidal forces presents a spectacle of mesmerising scale as cascading rapids squeeze through vertiginous red sandstone cliffs and between jungle and mangrove-lined outcrops. Take a cruise for a taste of gourmet, bush-inspired local cuisine while experiencing the sheer power of earth meeting water. 


The Bungle Bungles Purnululu National Park, North Western AustraliaThe Bungle Bungles, Purnululu National Park

Echidna Chasm Bungle Bungles, Western AustraliaEchidna Chasm, Purnululu National Park

Horizontal Falls, Kimberley Region, North Western AustraliaHorizontal Falls, Kimberley Region



The Bungle Bungle Range and East Kimberley.

400km east of Broome, we take you on a journey to an ancient, yet alien landscape hidden in the vast Western Australian outback. The Bungle Bungle Range in Purnululu National Park is unlike any other rock formation on Earth. Towering, striped, beehive-like, sandstone domes that appear to have been plucked from another planet stand as a testament to the unique nature of the region. Completely untamed by modern Australia, these ancient formations, shaped by millions of years of weathering, bear witness to the passage of time, standing as silent sentinels to the history of the Kimberley. Echidna Chasm welcomes you into a world of shadows and silence, creating a dramatic corridor that offers moments of introspection and reflection. Disturbed only by the gentle rustle of leaves and the soft trickle of water, sunlight filters through the narrow clefts, casting an ethereal glow on wind-smoothed sandstone walls. Ancient Aboriginal artwork completes the tapestry of this intricate geological canvas where the magnificent highlights the minuscule at every turn. This is truly the domain of dreams and wonder where a harmonious dance between nature and time invites you to immerse yourself in the parallel realms of Country and culture.


Whatever your favourite style of holiday, from relaxed, elegant fine dining and spectacular vineyards to adrenaline-fuelled natural wonders, Western Australia is certain to oblige. Stir senses of awe and majesty as you travel slowly through a different time and place, with Aboriginal guides that fill nature with meaning and skies with wonder.

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