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Western Australia is a large region of Australia, covering the entire western third of the country. Step into a world of awe-inspiring beauty and discover amazing places few have seen.

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  • Abrolhos Islands

    122 islands surrounded by coral communities teeming with marine life, the Abrolhos Islands are one of Western Australia's unique marine environments - a snorkelling, windsurfing and bird watching paradise that's also ranked among the world's top fishing spots. Formerly known as Houtman Abrolhos, these Indian Ocean jewels sit just 60 kilometres...

  • Albany

    The breathtaking beauty of Albany's rugged coastline creates a fitting backdrop to a dramatic whaling, convict and settler history and a sensational south coast adventure. The Albany Highway gets you there in just five hours from Perth, while a direct flight from Perth airport will whisk you there in one hour...

  • Albany Regional Airport

    The Albany Regional Airport is the gateway for air travel to the South West of the Western Australia, and effectively serves the needs of the business community, local residents, tourists and a vibrant general aviation sector. The Airport handles some 60,000 regular public transport (RPT) passengers and 1,000 RPT aircraft...

  • Albany Visitor Centre

    The Albany Visitor Centre is positioned on the edge of the stunning Princess Royal Harbour on Proudlove Parade. This award winning information and booking service, staffed by friendly and helpful locals, can provide knowledgeable information about the Great Southern Region as well as assisting you with booking your chosen tours...

  • Armadale Visitor Centre

    The Armadale Visitor Centre is 40 minutes south east of Perth central business district. Surrounded by undulating hills and beautiful scenery, there is plenty to experience including the natural beauty of Araluen Botanic Park, amazing scenic walk trails, local dams and wildflowers. Visit our historic sites; wander in pathways of the...

  • Arthur River

    The charming farming community of Arthur River has ridden on the sheep's back since the mid 1800s. Today, it invites you to discover its country heritage, dazzling wildflower country, pretty picnic spots and thrilling water sports. Following the Albany Highway south east of Perth, you can escape the bustle of modern...

  • Australia's Coral Coast

    The only region in Australia where you can take a sunny beach holiday at pretty much any time of year, the Coral Coast experience begins among the mysterious formations of the Pinnacles formed over millions of years near Cervantes. Beyond lie two of Australia's UNESCO World Heritage listed attractions, spectacular...

  • Australind

    Australind is an aquatic paradise - a place virtually surrounded by water with the Brunswick and Collie Rivers to the east and south and the Leschenault Estuary to the west. It's a great place for boating, sailing, windsurfing and fishing, that puts you within easy reach of an unforgettable encounter...

  • Avon Valley National Park

    Where jarrah and marri forests meet wandoo woodlands, the Avon Valley National Park offers dramatic seasonal contrasts, with challenging white water rapids creating one of Australia's most thrilling races in winter and tranquil pools echoing the songs of native birds in summer. You can escape to the adventure and serenity...

  • Badgingarra

    With a diverse landscape of high breakaways and undulating sandplains, Badgingarra bursts with the vibrant blooms of spring wildflowers, making it a highlight of the largest collection of wildflowers on Earth. Take a scenic drive or grab your camera and hit the Badgingarra Nature Trail on foot. If you're travelling in...

  • Baldivis and Peel Region

    Baldivis and the Peel region have become a leisure mecca for lovers of everything from water sports and fishing to wine tasting. Treat your tastebuds to a leisurely tour sampling local wines and produce, or give the rest of your body a workout indulging in a host of activities at...

  • Balingup

    Set in the picturesque upper reaches of the Blackwood River Valley, Balingup is an inspiration to many artisans, from artists and crafts people to wine makers and providors of gourmet produce. Follow one of Western Australia's top tourist drives, or take to the walking trails to sample the riches this...

  • Balladonia

    Balladonia is a welcome break when you're tackling one of Australia's most iconic long-distance drives, the Eyre Highway, across the largest limestone karst landscape on Earth, the Nullarbor Plain. Stretch your legs in the world's largest and healthiest temperate woodland. Play a hole on the world's longest golf course. Or...

  • Belmont

    The town of Belmont is located on the eastern shores of Lake Macquarie, 1.5 hours north of Sydney. Enjoy surfing at the local beaches of Blacksmith, Redhead and Caves and go sailing, wind surfing or fishing at Lake Macquarie. Belmont is home to two major sailing clubs, a championship golf...

  • Bencubbin

    Between wheat and sheep farming country, the diverse landscapes of Bencubbin are in bloom for almost half the year after winter rains, creating a haven for prolific birdlife and a must-stop for nature lovers. The region's pastoral and sandalwood cutting heritage and curious meteorite craters also make an intriguing detour. Bencubbin...

  • Beverley

    Marvel at Western Australia's aviation history at the Aeronautical Museum and the magnificent machines of the industrial age at Avondale Discovery Farm in Beverly. One of Western Australia's oldest settlements, this rural heritage town in the wheat-sheep belt sits on the banks of the Avon River, surrounded by tranquil rolling...

  • Binningup

    A well kept local secret, Binningup is blessed with a 40 kilometre stretch of white sandy beach, much of which is sheltered by reefs, creating ideal conditions for swimming, snorkelling, scuba diving, boating and beach fishing. This peaceful seaside spot lies just to the north of Bunbury and can be...

  • Boddington

    Boddington is just under two hours drive from Perth, nestled on the banks of the picturesque Hotham River and surrounded by undulating hills. It is the ideal location for a day drive or a pleasant overnight stay. Boddington is a prosperous area with agriculture, bauxite mining, blue gum plantations, viticulture,...

  • Borden

    Set against the striking backdrop of the Stirling Range, the thriving Wheatbelt community of Borden boasts one of Australia's tallest windmills and a mountain of grain in a staggeringly huge grain storage facility. From Albany, it's just an hour and a half's drive to the north, passing through Stirling Range National...

  • Boulder

    Experience gold rush history where it all began in the charming outback town of Boulder. This marks the spot where the first gold was struck in the 1800s and the site of one of the world's largest open cut mines - the awe-inspiring Super Pit. Just five kilometres south of Kalgoorlie,...

  • Boyanup

    Boyanup brings back memories of a bygone era, giving you a taste of fresh seasonal fruits and flavours direct from the farm. Soak up its country charm with a stroll through the markets and art and craft galleries, or a scenic drive through rolling hills and orchards. From Bunbury, Boyanup is...

  • Boyup Brook

    Peaceful and picturesque, Boyup Brook is a country community that knows how to entertain and make you feel at home. Offering a welcome escape from modern city life and the chance to enjoy some of Western Australia's prettiest scenery, the town also plays host to music festivals, art exhibitions, rodeos...

  • Bremer Bay

    Watch one of the greatest shows on Earth as southern right whales come close to shore to calve. Marvel at a flora diversity hotspot. Swim, surf, fish, or grab your bushwalking boots or four wheel drive and explore Bremer Bay and Fitzgerald River National Park. Located at the mouth of the...

  • Bridgetown

    One of the most picturesque towns in Western Australia, Bridgetown sits against a backdrop of the beautiful Blackwood River Valley and oozes old world country charm. It also serves a taste of the good life in generous portions, with wineries, delicious fresh produce, arts, crafts and stunningly scenic drives. You...

  • Bridgetown-Greenbushes Visitor Information Centre

    The Bridgetown-Greenbushes Visitor Information Centre is just three hours drive south of Perth, in the only heritage listed town in the South West. Nestled in the heart of the Blackwood River Valley, it is the perfect place from which to explore this beautiful region. Come in and browse the locally...

  • Brookton

    The historic Wheatbelt town of Brookton gives you glimpses of what life was like before and after the arrival European settlers, with grand heritage architecture and natural habitats teeming with rare native wildlife. You can make the journey from city to Brookton country charm in less than two hours, hitting the...

  • Broome

    The pearling capital of Australia, Broome is the western gateway to the Kimberley wilderness - home to world famous Cable Beach sunsets and the natural phenomenon of the Staircase to the Moon. Just a two and a half hour flight from Perth transports you to this tropical oasis of striking...

  • Broome International Airport

    Broome International Airport (BIA) is the regional hub of the north western part of Western Australia. Considered the gateway to the Kimberley, it meets the needs and expectations of Community and Industry, including the development of LNG in Browse Basin. Servicing over 300,000 passengers every year, Broome International Airport is...

  • Broome Visitor Centre

    The Broome Visitor Centre is located in the town of Broome, which is set between a vast red desert and azure blue sea, alongside a pure white beach. In December 2006 a new Visitor Centre was opened and this spacious centre is recognised as providing high quality visitor servicing through...

  • Bruce Rock

    Bruce Rock is as rich in pioneer history as it is natural wonders, offering glimpses of early settler life, and panoramic vistas over outback Wheatbelt country. Located three and a half hours east of Perth by car, this farming town is at the centre of Western Australia's crop-growing heartland. For a...

  • Brunswick

    Known as the 'Cream of the South West', Brunswick invites you to take a scenic drive through the Darling Range and green rolling dairy pastures to discover a rich pioneering history and picturesque picnic spots. In under two hours driving from Perth, or 25 minutes from Bunbury, you'll be welcomed to...

  • Bullsbrook

    Bullsbrook is your gateway to the pretty rolling pastures and vineyards of the Chittering and Avon Valleys. This country escape and family fun day out is just a 50 minute drive north of Perth, via the Great Northern Highway, or a 15 minute drive north of the Swan Valley. Let the...

  • Bunbury

    The cosmopolitan city of Bunbury is renowned for its wild but friendly bottlenose dolphins which you can meet at the shoreline or out in the bay aboard a dolphin watching and swimming tour. It's also the setting of many maritime legends and the northern gateway to Australia's South West -...

  • Bunbury Visitor Centre

    The Bunbury Visitor Centre is in the vibrant city of Bunbury, which is situated on a peninsula almost entirely surrounded by water. For all the information you need to plan your trip, drop into the Bunbury Visitor Centre where their friendly staff can supply everything you need to help you find...

  • Burswood

    Burswood is a buzzing hub of entertainment on Perth's doorstep, boasting Western Australia's only licenced casino, a hotel complex, world-class events, unique parklands and abundant wildlife. Sitting on the Burswood Peninsula, surrounded by the waters of the Swan River, Burswood is just 10 minutes by car or taxi from the city...

  • Busselton

    In Busselton's calm turquoise bay you can take a 1.8-kilometre stroll or train ride over the Indian Ocean on the longest timber-piled jetty in the southern hemisphere. And below the waves, Australia's best artificial reef can be viewed by stepping into the Underwater Observatory or getting suited up for a...

  • Busselton Regional Airport

    Busselton Regional Airport is a Security Controlled Certified aerodrome located 6.5 kilometres from the city centre off Vasse Highway. The airport was opened in 1997 with the modern terminal of rammed earth construction servicing Regular Passenger Transports flights operated by Virgin Airlines. The airport also services 'Fly-In-Fly-Out' operations, corporate charters,...

  • Busselton Visitor Centre

    The Busselton Visitor Centre is located in the picturesque region of Geographe Bay, just a three hour scenic drive from Perth. Their friendly staff can provide you with assistance and information for travel to the Geographe Bay and Margaret River Wine Region. Let them book your accommodation, tours and bus tickets...

  • Cable Beach

    Broome's Cable Beach is justifiably world famous for its 22 kilometres of sun-kissed white sand, turquoise water and spectacular Indian Ocean sunsets. But what really gives it a top spot on the must-do list is the experience of taking in all its tropical splendour from the seat of a camel...

  • Capel

    The quaint rural town of Capel invites you to explore the world's only naturally occurring tuart forest, feast on local wines and produce, relax on pristine beaches or fish the Capel River. Situated on the banks of the Capel River, Capel is just two hours and 20 minutes south of Perth...

  • Cape Leveque

    Cape Leveque invites you on a spiritual journey to see some of the Kimberley's most stunning coastal wilderness through the eyes of the Indigenous people who welcome you to their country. Venture a little further north by air and you'll also be rewarded with a bird's eye view of the...

  • Carnamah

    Discover the rich colours of Carnamah, revealed in its pioneering heritage, striking murals and one of the best wildflower shows in the State - showcasing over 600 varieties of unique and dazzling Western Australian wildflowers. Following the Great North Highway from Perth, you can reach Carnamah in under four hours. From...

  • Carnarvon

    Carnarvon lies just south of the Tropic of Capricorn - a palm-fringed coastal oasis offering a platter of fresh tropical flavours and a good base for exploring World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef and the largest monocline on Earth - Mount Augustus. It takes two days to drive the 904 kilometres from...

  • Carnarvon Tourist Centre

    The Carnarvon Visitor Centre is located on Western Australia’s beautiful Coral Coast in a bustling, tropical town which is the hub of the Gascoyne Region. Carnarvon is known for its moderate tropical climate it boasts beautiful natural attractions, great fishing and lovely locally grown fruit and produce. The Carnarvon Visitor Centre...

  • Cataby

    The tiny town of Cataby is a popular road trip rest-stop - the ideal place to take a break, whether you're exploring the Everlastings Wildflower Trail, on your way to Geraldton, or heading for the otherworldly landscape of the Pinnacles in Nambung National Park. Located two hours north of Perth...

  • Caversham

    In the heart of Western Australia's oldest wine region, Caversham rests along the Swan River sharing close encounters of the cuddly kind at its wildlife park and a feast of fresh local flavours. Caversham and the Swan Valley are ideal self-drive destinations located 25 minutes by road from Perth, or 15...

  • Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre

    The Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre is located in the heart of Merredin; a thriving regional town a pleasant three hours' drive from Perth and Kalgoorlie along the Great Eastern Highway. The Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre is located on the Avon Link and Prospector TransWA railway route. The friendly staff...

  • Cervantes

    The cray fishing town of Cervantes is your gateway to another world, the Pinnacles Desert of Nambung National Park. Regarded as one of Australia's most unique landscapes, you could almost believe you are walking on the moon as you follow the trail, passing thousands of limestone spires rising eerily out...

  • Chidlow

    Chidlow, in the heart of the Darling Range, is a charming country town, surrounded by beautiful countryside criss-crossed with trails through native flora and fauna rich woodlands. It's the ideal base for bushwalking, cycling and horse riding, as well as swimming and canoeing at nearby Lake Leschenaultia. Just 50 minutes...

  • Chittering

    Just an hour's drive from Perth you'll find yourself in the Chittering Valley. Chittering's undulating hills create sensational views over beautiful valleys filled with vineyards and orchards, paddocks and pastures, rocky outcrops and lakes, forest and bush land. Throughout spring, walk trails and roadsides abound with an amazing array...

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