Western Australia

TOP 10 Experiences in Western Australia
Swim with whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef

Join the cruise for this once in a lifetime experience on the beautiful World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef. You can snorkel with whale sharks, interact with manta rays, encounter dugongs, turtles, humpback whales, dolphins, amazing colorful tropical fish and coral. Enjoy a Sunset Sailing Experience or Snorkeling Adventure. The choice is yours!

The Amazing Pink Lakes of Western Australia

Down off the coast at Esperance, another of Western Australia’s famous pink lakes can be found on Middle Island. Experts aren’t sure why Lake Hillier is bubblegum pink – some say it’s a matter of algae; others theorise that it’s a result of a bacteria found in the water. But unlike Hutt Lagoon, with its ever-changing nature, Lake Hillier maintains its vibrant shade all year round.

Watch the spectacular ocean sunset at Cable Beach

The spectacular ocean sunset at Cable Beach is a sight to behold. With colours ranging from purples and golds to fiery reds, the skies light up as the sun slowly sinks into the sea, providing picture perfect photo opportunities. Cable Beach is famous the world over for its iconic camel rides. Sitting high astride a camel while it walks rhythmically in time with the camel train gives you a different perspective of this magical location.

Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

The trees of southern Western Australia are among the tallest in the world, soaring up to 75 metres high. In Denmark, you can get a view from the very top. The Tree Top Walk is a 420-metre long steel truss walkway that takes you up into the treetop canopy for views that will take your breath away. Looking down from the walkway’s highest point – 40 metres above the ground is when one realises why they call this place the Valley of the Giants.

Cape to Cape Track Margaret River

Spanning 135km (84mi) along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, the Cape to Cape Track takes you from the lighthouses of Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin in the south west of Western Australia. As you embark on the coastal bush walk you’ll encounter incredible rock formations, forests, caves and spectacular beaches. This five to eight-day walk starts from Cape Naturaliste in the Margaret River region, about a three-hour drive south east of Perth. A small group guided journey over four days, the Cape to Cape Walk by Walk into Luxury features the highlights of this trail.

Visit Rottnest Island

Home to the happiest animals on earth – quokkas – Rottnest Island is a holiday haven of pristine beaches, aquamarine bays, bike tracks and walking trails. The best part? The car-free, conservation-minded Class A reserve is only a 30-minute ferry ride from Fremantle in our capital city, Perth and an unforgettable adventure for every visitor.

Spend an afternoon on the Cappuccino Strip in Fremantle

The section of South Terrace from the corner of Bannister Street to Parry Street in Fremantle is renowned as the “Cappuccino Strip” for the many cafés and resident barista’s that prepare an almost unending variety of coffees. It is also home of alfresco dining in Western Australia and the street is lined with restaurants, pubs and breweries including the famous Sail and Anchor and the award-winning The Monk Brewery and Kitchen.

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