Western Australia

Western Australia’s top national parks

Six of the best national parks in Western Australia – in no particular order, of course! Cape Le Grand National Park If you ask us, Cape Le Grand National Park may be one of the best national parks in the country, let alone the state. I mean, where else do you get to see kangaroos … Continued

Travelling on the (South West) Edge

Experience the spectacular wine and breathtaking natural landscapes of Western Australia’s South West region. Ferguson Valley Approximately two hours from Perth is the Ferguson Valley. With a stunning backdrop of rolling, green hills, serene farmland and native bushland, the Ferguson Valley provides an atmosphere that doesn’t overwhelm. Home to more than a dozen vineyards, the … Continued

WA’s most unforgettable sights

Western Australia is one of Australia’s most diverse states, and as such there is so much to discover. Covering almost one-third of the country, the state offers towering rock formations, startling reefs, sacred Indigenous sites, beaches that seem to go on forever, sparkling bodies of water and ancient subterranean networks. Horizontal Falls, Lalang-Garram/Horizontal Falls Marine … Continued

Australia’s most romantic spots

Australia is home to its fair share of romantic spots that are just perfect for sharing special moments with your significant other. These places inspire grand romantic gestures with their intimate feel, stunning views and inspiring settings. You’ll feel as though you and your sweetheart are the only people in the world.                                                  Satellite Island, Tasmania … Continued

Perth to Broom: seven days of sunshine

One of the most scenic itineraries you can find, the Perth to Broome drive takes you along some of the most gorgeous coastlines in the country. From exploring the delights of the Pinnacles and seeing wild dolphins in Monkey Mia, to sampling seafood under the stars, this road trip is not one to miss. It … Continued

Western Australia bucket list

Thanks to its size, Western Australia is one of the country’s most geographically and culturally diverse states. Yet, while far-flung dream destinations spoil travellers for choice, many of Western Australia’s most special, once-in-a-lifetime travel spots fly under the radar. These bucket-list destinations are felt, rather than seen; they capture the imagination and stay with you … Continued

Close encounters in Western Australia

Australia has some of the most unique animals in the world. You may know the kangaroo, koala and dingo, but here are some of Australia’s less famed (but just as charming) creatures and how to meet them. Go swimming with dolphins in Bunbury Venture out into the water for an intimate swim with wild dolphins … Continued

The return of wildflower season

Every July to November, Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region is lit up with an array of bright blooms. This part of the world boasts one of the largest wildflower collections on the planet, with more than 12,000 species (60 per cent of which can’t be found anywhere else). Make the most of this season and check … Continued

Weave through the Canning Stock Route

At approximately 1850 kilometres long, this four-wheel drive touring route is legendary in the off-roading community. Why? Read on to find out. In the beginning, the Canning Stock Route was made by a gentleman called Albert Canning in 1906. Its purpose? For Kimberley cattlemen to take their stock to southern markets. One of the most … Continued

A bounty in the South West

If you’re a wine aficionado and you haven’t been to the South West of Western Australia, you must put it on your bucket list. Not only is it a wine destination, it’s also an incredibly beautiful region. With stunning coastline stretching into the horizon, Australia’s first commercial grapevines and national parks for days, there’s plenty … Continued

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