Experience the journey to Albany – a port city approximately 418 kilometres southeast of Perth, this trip will take you approximately 5 hours. The city of Albany is well known as the spot where the first European settlers arrived in Western Australia. Home to the beautiful natural wonders known as The Gap and the Natural Bridge Albany truly has much to offer. Whilst here visit the iconic National ANZAC Centre and discover the wonderful world of whales at the Historic Whaling Station in Discovery Bay.
The Kimberley is truly a stunning WA region with much to offer. Featuring the coastal, pearling and tourist town of Broome some 2240 kilometres north of Perth. Broome is world renowned for its beautiful Cable Beach, sunset camel rides and history-filled pearling industry. Whilst here visit a few Aboriginal communities and learn about the traditions, beliefs and culture of the Indigenous people.
One of the fastest growing regions in Western Australia, Busselton is definitely a must-see destination. Proclaimed a city in 2012, Busselton is world renowned for having the heritage listed Busselton Jetty – an iconic landmark of Western Australia featuring the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.
Cable Beach is a popular attraction when visiting the Kimberley Region. Located in Broome this 22 kilometre stretch of pure white sand is truly a breathtaking sight. A popular activity to do whilst visiting Cable Beach is taking a camel ride along the beach at sunrise or sunset.
Cape Leveque is known as the northernmost tip of the Dampier Peninsula in the Kimberley Region. This iconic location is approximately 240 kilometres north of Broome and is a common nesting ground for wild turtles and a number of different sea birds.
Caversham Wildlife Park
Caversham Wildlife Park is a very popular tourist attraction in Western Australia. Featuring a variety of activities that showcase one of the biggest private collections of native wildlife. Visit here and enjoy the experience of being up close and personal with kangaroos, koalas, wombats, birds and many more!
A small town located approximately 198 kilometres northwest of Perth known predominately as the lobster fishing town. Over the years, Cervantes has also become known as the gateway to the Pinnacles Desert and Nambung National Park. Another highlight of this town is the saline Lake Thetis which features an array of stromatolites.
When visiting Western Australia a must-see destination is the port city of Fremantle. The city of Fremantle features the iconic fishing boat harbour, famous cappuccino strip and historic Fremantle prison. Whilst here, indulge in a delicious fish and chips lunch and explore the quirky Fremantle Markets for a variety of hand-crafted goods and local produce (Friday, Saturday and Sunday only).
Kalbarri is a coastal town located approximately 592 kilometres north of Perth. Whilst here be sure to visit the Kalbarri National Park and marvel at the beautiful coastal gorges. Other notable landmarks situated in the Kalbarri National Park include: Hawks Head, Z-Bend Lookout and Nature’s Window.
One of the world’s most spectacular inner city parks. Kings Park is an iconic location to visit when in the City of Perth. This location is filled with an extensive amount of Aboriginal and European History, contemporary culture and innovative design. Whilst here the must-do activities are walking through the botanical gardens and tree-top walk, visiting the many memorials positioned throughout the area and marvelling at the beauty of the Giant Boab Tree.
Discover the Margaret River Region see why it is a must-see destination when visiting Western Australia. With an impeccable reputation for producing some of the best local quality produce; you will be spoilt with choice over the wide number of breweries, wineries and produce factories scattered throughout the region.
Experience Monkey Mia and discover why it is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Western Australia. Located some 900 kilometres north of Perth, this location is part of the Shark Bay World Heritage listed area and is famous for being the most reliable place for wild dolphin interaction.
New Norcia is a small town approximately 132 kilometres from Perth and home to Australia’s only Benedictine Abbey. Founded by Spanish Benedictine monk Dom Rosendo Salvado in 1847, New Norcia is a town filled with many beautiful and historical buildings and structures. New Norcia is also home to the Abbey Church, which houses one of only two large Moser organs, originally crafted in Germany and imported to Australia in the 1920s.
The city of Perth is filled with some stunning landmarks and iconic structures. Whilst here be sure to explore our beautiful city and uncover what makes us so unique and different to the rest of Australia. Featuring the newly opened Elizabeth Quay, Kings Park Botanical Gardens and The Bell Tower – all must see locations when visiting the city of Perth.
Experience the mystical Pinnacles Desert with ADAMS. Known as one of the most iconic and world renowned landscapes of Western Australia, these stunning limestone formations emerge from endless stretches of golden sand situating itself in the heart of the Nambung National Park. Approximately an hour away is the exhilarating sand dunes of Lancelin where you will have the opportunity to go on a 4WD and sand boarding adventure.
Discover the beauty of Rottnest Island – WA’s most spectacular island located approximately 19 kilometres off the coastline. Rottnest is world renowned for its stunning coral reefs, crystal clear waters and unique wildlife. Whilst visiting the island, be sure to uncover the stunning scenic landscapes that surround this magnificent island and say hello to the adorable Quokkas dubbed to be the happiest animals on Earth.
Valley of the Giants
Uncover the beauty of The Valley of the Giants – a well-known attraction located in the town of Walpole approximately 400 kilometres from Perth. Located in the heart of the Valley is the internationally recognised Tree Top Walk attraction which consists of a 600-metre long elevated walkway through the canopy of towering old growth forests. This walkway reaches up to 40 metres high and gives a spectacular view of the 400 year old giants of the forest. It is here that you will also journey through the Ancient Empire boardwalk which is designed to give insight into the wide girthed Tingle Trees that can grow up to 10 metres in diameter.
Travel to Wave Rock and gain insight into an iconic landmark of Western Australia. Wave Rock is located in the town of Hyden some 292 kilometres southeast of Perth and stands at approximately 15 metres tall and 110 metres long, many believe that this magnificent natural wonder is over millions of years old. Whilst here visit some other iconic landmarks such as Hippos Yawn and the Humps or venture into Mulka’s Cave and discover the dream-time stories and legends of Mulka the Terrible.
Perth is world renowned for having some of the best wildflowers, from the iconic Everlastings to the orange flowering Christmas trees. These breathtakingly beautiful blooms make for perfect photographing opportunities; with over 12,000 species it’s no wonder Western Australia’s collection of wildflowers is the largest of its kind in the world.
Windjana Gorge is one of the most breathtaking locations in the Kimberley Region. Its beauty is attributed to the stunning gorges and water streaked walls that reach up to heights of 100 metres. Whilst here be sure to meet the wildlife that populate the area including freshwater crocodiles, fruit bats and a number of different wild bird species.