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  • January 22, 2022

Discover Western Australia's Diverse Regions

Perth effortlessly blends urban cool with raw natural beauty and makes the perfect base for your unique Western Australian experience. Bustling with new bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural spaces, Perth is also home to Kings Park—one of the world’s largest inner city parks, beautiful wineries, and stunning beaches where you can even swim with wild dolphins.

The South West
The South West is one of the world’s 34 biodiversity hot spots and its breathtaking scenery will blow adventurers away. Experience it first hand as you climb over the ancient rocks of the Granite Skywalk or take a postcard-perfect snap of the stunning Greens Pool. As you explore the region, you’ll uncover curious animals and rare plant species found nowhere else on earth.

The North West
A land of breathtaking contrasts covering billions of years in history and over one million square kilometers , this is a journey of discovery you will never forget. Be as indulgent or laid back as you wish as you explore this extraordinary outback.

The Coral Coast
Follow the coast and discover some of the world’s most diverse marine habitats just metres away from pristine beaches.
You’ll be in awe of World Heritage-listed Shark Bay and Ningaloo Reef – the largest fringing reef on Earth and one of the few places in the world where you can swim with the largest fish in the sea, the gentle whale shark. Shark Bay’s rare plant and animal life will also appeal to nature lovers and is best uncovered with a Wula Guda Nyinda Eco Adventures experience, which will teach you the traditions of one of the world’s oldest cultures.

The Golden Outback
Discover rare and beautiful wildflowers found nowhere else on earth, step into the world's largest outdoor art gallery--created by world-renowned artist Antony Gormley, or try something more daring: surf one of Australia’s biggest waves at Wave Rock or climb Mount Augusrus, a monolith that’s twice the size of Uluru. You’ll also find a collection of ancient rock paintings not far from its base—just one of our many remarkable indigenous experiences.