Wander out Yonder in Western Australia
Western Australia is full of adventures waiting to be discovered. representing about a third of Australia’s land area, distances are huge and diversity prevails.
Cruise the ancient gorges and spectacular waterways of the Kimberley, cheer yourself up with Quokkas on Rottnest Island, roam the winelands of Margaret River, walk through its famous fields of wildflowers, play the world’s longest golf course, go swimming with a whale shark at Ningaloo Reef. or gaze in awe at the vivid pink waters, bordered by green forests, white sands and turquoise seas of Lake Hillier on Middle Island.
Travel further, stay for longer and explore the wonders only WA can offer.
The Pilbara & Coral Coast
From only $6.995 per person twin share.
Where the ancient rugged outback meets white sand beaches. Venture through national parks etched with river gorges, dramatic rock formations, blankets of wildflowers and remote, natural plunge pools.
The Pilbara is home to some of Australia’s most stunning ancient natural landscapes, dating back to over four billion years old. With over 700 historic Indigenous archaeological sites and 1,000,000 rock engravings (Petroglyphs), many dating back some 30,000 years, this region is the perfect place to discover the unique art, history and culture of the Aboriginal people of the Pilbara. Encounter fascinating wildlife, both inland and in the underwater paradise that is the Coral Coast. Step off the shore and swim a few metres through the clearest turquoise water on earth and drift over the worlds largest fringing reef, World Heritage listed, Ningaloo Reef. An underwater paradise.
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Photo Credit Tom Price Tourism Western Australia
Yardie Creek, Cape Range National park
Photo Credit Tourism Western Australia