About Western Australia
Nowhere else in the world can you experience and interact with such unique natural attractions. Swim with the world's largest fish - the whale shark, walk among the treetops of ancient trees, sleep under a canopy of stars in the desert, or explore the beehive-like formations of the Bungle Bungle range with the help of an Aboriginal guide.
Things to Do
Western Australia caters for nature, wildlife and sports enthusiasts alike. If you’re a nature lover and want to get to grips with the great outdoors, visit Wave Rock, the Pinnacles or little known Mount Augustus, which is the world's biggest single rock. Made over 2700 million years ago, marvel at its spectacular colors that change dramatically throughout the day.
That’s just for starters! There’s also the staple diet of sun, sea, sand and surf. Perth, Fremantle, Margaret River and Broome are some of the hot spots but there’s always plenty of action spread out all along the 6,200 miles of coastline.
Dive and snorkel your way through pristine Ningaloo reef, the closest fringing reef in Australia. No overcrowded pontoons here – it’s just you, a mask and fins, and the most amazing marine life you’re ever likely to see.
For adrenaline-pumpers, mix together some skydiving, parasailing, sand boarding and kitesurfing - and you have just arrived at the ultimate Australian destination.