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Western Australia - WA Tourism, WA

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For an extraordinary holiday, you need to go to an extraordinary destination. So if you’re looking to step into a world of awe-inspiring beauty and discover experiences found nowhere else on earth, come to Western Australia.

Here, there are natural wonders to discover, friendly people to meet and a relaxed lifestyle to enjoy. Whether you’re looking for an outback adventure, gourmet getaway or a holiday with a splash – it’s all on offer in Australia’s biggest state.

Perth

The greater Perth region is like a microcosm of the whole state. The Swan Valley and Darling Range are dotted with superb vineyards, the coastline offers spectacular swimming beaches as well as the perfect surf spots, and the city is the perfect place to get your fill of culture.

Ningaloo Reef – Exmouth

Become one of the lucky few who can say they’ve swum alongside the biggest fish in the world; the Whale Shark. You’ll feel like a minnow but luckily these creatures, which can grow up to 18 metres long, eat only plankton. There’s also the chance to swim with graceful manta rays, or snorkel over the Ningaloo Reef which is only a few metres from shore.

Kalgoorlie

For history, heritage and high adventure, head to the Gold Rush country of the 1890s. You can explore mines and museums, pan for gold or visit one of Kalgoorlie’s historic pubs.

Margaret River

Originally a chilled out surfie town, Margaret River has evolved into the ultimate smorgasbord of fine wine, good food and spectacular scenery. Relax in a luxury retreat or explore the networks of underground caves, the towering forests and the sandy beaches.

Broome

The pearling town of Broome is an oasis of colour, culture and eclectic characters. From fiery red ochre cliffs contrasting with bright turquoise waters to pearl diving sagas and dinosaur footprints - the history of Broome is as captivating as the scenery. Most known for Cable Beach, it’s the ideal place to watch the sunset on a balmy, tropical night.


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