WA Holiday Spots, Tour Operators and Accommodation
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Holiday Destinations

albany coastAlbany
Albany is located 409 kilometres from the City of Perth on the Southern Coast of Western Australia. It is the regional centre for the Great Southern. Travel this region and discover blue skies, white sand, green hills, green waters and many natural wonders.


jewel caveAugusta
Augusta is a beautiful fishing town set on Cape Leeuwin, the most south-western point of Western Australia, where the Indian Ocean and Southern Oceans meet. It has a spectacular coastline, and offers a wide range of activities, sights to see and places to explore including Boranup forest, the crystal caves, Cape Leeuwin lighthouse, the Blackwood River, wineries, galleries etc.


kimberleysAustralia's North West (Pilbara and Kimberley regions)
In the north west of Australia lies a place like no other on Earth. This is the home of the Kimberley and the Pilbara regions of Western Australia. And as your gateway to tourism in the Kimberley and Pilbara this site will help you plan the holiday of a lifetime. Australia’s North West is a land of extraordinary contrasts, where the red rocky landscapes of the outback meet the bright turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Walk through ancient gorges and swim in freshwater pools under plunging waterfalls. Visit Marble Bar and the magnificent Karijini National Park. Encounter amazing native wildlife and fascinating local cultures. Or enjoy balmy days on the white sands of Cable Beach in beautiful Broome.


bunbury cityBunbury
Situated on a peninsula, almost entirely surrounded by water and waiting for you to arrive. Bunbury’s location is simply magic. But it’s really just the beginning. Remarkable natural experiences combine with all the buzz you would expect from a vibrant cosmopolitan city. Bunbury is unforgettable and unique.


busselton jettyBusselton Jetty
The Busselton Jetty is the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. This town is also home to a state-of-the-art Interpretive Centre, Cultural Heritage Museum and stunning Underwater Observatory from where you can view 300 species of marine life. A unique experience situated in Western Australia’s favourite playground!


cape naturaliste lighthouseCape Naturaliste Lighthouse
Breathtaking panoramic views of the Indian Ocean, Cape Naturaliste, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and the beautiful Geographe Bay coastline can be enjoyed by visitors to the top balcony of the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse. A platform and shelter provides magnificent whale watching during the annual migratory periods, from September to December – a special experience not to be missed!


Esperance is a beautiful coastal town located 720 kilometres south east of Perth and about 4.5 hours from Albany. Esperance has the most stunning coastal scenery with squeaky white sand and turquoise water. There are 5 national parks around Esperance. The Cape Le Grand National Park is only 56kms from the town centre and this is where you can see kangaroos lazing on the beach. Further east is Cape Arid, which is also a popular park for camping, fishing and hiking.


This quiet coastal town is located 591 kilometres North of Perth, approximately 6 to 7 hours by car or 1.5 hours by plane. Kalbarri is ideally suited for the individual, couple or family looking for a dream holiday with an exciting variety of options. Visit the Kalbarri National Park and explore the amazing coastal cliffs and the Murchison River gorges, or experience marine life that abound within the Kalbarri region. Fishing is excellent throughout the year.


This region is a major service hub for Western Australia's active resource industry – gold mining in particular. Dominated by magnificent historic architecture, the main streets provide a focus for modern cafes, restaurants and accommodation, majestic hotels, clubs and watering holes. This golden City boasts colourful characters and culture, world class sporting and indoor swimming facilities, traditional two-up games, and the famous Race Round.


The pretty timber town of Pemberton in the south west pocket of the State is all about indulging in local gourmet produce, tasting top wines and feasting your eyes on breathtaking forest scenery. The tall trees – Pemberton's biggest attraction – are truly magnificent. Stretching skywards as far as the eye can see, these vast Karri giants are awe-inspiring. And in spring the forest floor transforms with a burst of colourful wildflowers.


coral coastThe Coral Coast
From Exmouth in the north to Jurien Bay in the south, experience the vast beaches, rugged coastline, exotic marine life, national reserves and the bluest ocean you’ll see anywhere in the world – this is Australia's Coral Coast. Places of interest include Coral Bay, Carnarvon, Ningaloo Reef, Monkey Mia, Shark Bay, Kalbarri, Geraldton, and the Pinnacles.


tree top walkWalpole-Nornalup (Valley of the Giants and Treetop Walk)
Walpole, Western Australia, is surrounded by the Walpole-Nornalup National Park and the Walpole-Nornalup Inlet System. There is so much to see and do in the Walpole region – experience the vast spreading views from Mt. Frankland, the mirrored reflections in the quiet rivers, the glory of the wildflowers, the majesty of the trees and the world famous Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, the beauty of the inlets and the rugged grandeur of coast and islands.


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