Western Australia is Australia’s largest state, with a total land area of 2,529,875 square kilometers, covering the entire western third of the country. There is only 2 million Australians live here with majority population concentrated at the south-west corner, home to the Margaret River wine region and the riverside capital, Perth. In the far north, the Kimberley region is home to ancient Aboriginal rock art, the Bungle Bungle sandstone domes and Broome, with Cable Beach camels and a pearling industry.
Drive along the ever changing coastline, experience the most diverse expanse of landscapes in the country, catch the world-class waves in Margaret River, swim with whale sharks in Ningaloo reef or simply chill at the clear turquoise sea and the whitest Australian beaches. Whichever your liking is, WA will put a big smile on your face.
Forests and Flowers
Western Australia is famous in produce fresh local flavours, succulent seafood, world-class wines and highly prized black truffles. Over the year, Perth has developed with more restaurants per capita than any other capital city in Australia, many of which have been awarded for their commitment to food excellence. Western Australia is also home to nine sensational wine regions, including the world-renowned Margaret River and the state’s oldest wine growing region, the Swan Valley. Go on a tasting tour of the cellar doors, find the perfect pairing of restaurants, as well as a growing number of award-winning boutique breweries.
Food and Wine
Witness the largest collection of wildflowers on earth. Western Australia is a one of the well-recognized destination for its stunning annual display of wildflowers in the world. It is home to the largest collection on earth, carpeted in the colourful blooms of more than 12,000 species, 60 per cent of which can’t be found anywhere else on the planet. Head north, toward more tropical feel with mighty rivers carving out cavernous gorges and feeding the wetlands of one of the world’s last true wilderness areas, the Kimberley. Be sure check out the biodiversity hotspots and natural landscapes in the world, make for a truly extraordinary holiday.
Go on an outback adventures, witness the spectacular landscapes of this vast and ancient land has been two billion years in the making. At here, Mother Nature has sculpted some of the world’s most magnificent rock formations, from the Pinnacles to the Bungle Bungle Range. Follow the legendary Gibb River Road through the heart of the Kimberley in Western Australia’s North West, enjoy the Australia’s most iconic gorge and cattle country and outback style hospitality along the way. Witness the beauty of world’s longest fringing reefs, the Ningaloo Reef that stretching over 300km from Coral Bay to Exmouth as well as the breathtaking coastal scenery of Francois Peron National Park in Shark Bay and Kalbarri and Cape Range National Park near Exmouth.
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