Between laid-back Broome and bustling Perth, you’ll journey along the rugged blue coastline and through the remote outback to experience the wonders for which the West Coast is most famous – from a magical Cable Beach sunset, the rich Pilbara and startling landscape of Karijini, to Coral Bay and the sight of wild dolphins swimming to shore at Monkey Mia.
Welcome to Broome - the gateway to Australia's last frontier of pristine wilderness, the Kimberley. From its rough and tumble, romantic pearling history to the cosmopolitan character of Chinatown, to the turquoise waters, red sandstone cliffs and the endless expanse of white sand at Cable Beach....the colors and moods of Broome will capture your soul.
Exmouth, Australia, which is a small town of about 3,500 people situated just north of the Tropic of Capricorn has an average winter temperature of 77 degrees farenheit, while the summer averages 95 degrees. Luckily, Exmouth has no wet season, so the summer days are low in humidity. In 1967 Australia and the US established a communications base in the area and in the same year the town of Exmouth was gazetted as the supporting town to the base.
Carnarvon is a coastal town north of Perth, Western Australia. The town was founded in 1883 as a port and named after Henry Herbert, 4th Earl of Carnarvon. Carnarvon is particularly known for its inland salt mines, prawn aquaculture, agriculture of cattle and wool, and its tourism industry.
Visitors can explore the Space and Technology Museum, ride on the Tram or Jetty, hike Kennedy Range National Park, and relax by the white sandy beaches. The Shark Bay world heritage area that lies south of Carnarvon is an adventurer’s paradise!
Located on the coastline of West Australia, Monkey Mia has been a dolphin interaction reserve where wild bottle-nosed dolphins return to shore every morning and greet onlookers. This relationship has been established for phenomenally over 40 years. With its untouched natural surrounding both onshore and offshore, Monkey Mia is a World Heritage Marine Park that protects the Shark Bay Marine Park also open to its visitors.
Perth (Fremantle) Destination Guide