Western Australia

Step back in time in Central Greenough

In partnership with the National Trust of Western Australia. The next time you’re driving along Western Australia’s Coral Coast, make time to stop in at Central Greenough on the ‘Front Flats’ for a surprising glimpse into the state’s colonial past. Located on Yamatji Country, approximately 25 kilometres south of Geraldton and 380 kilometres north of … Continued

Discover the Kimberley

In partnership with Warmun Roadhouse. Greetings from the traditional lands of the Kija people – a place that encompasses rocky outcrops, rugged cliffs and the famous Bungle Bungles. Warmun Roadhouse is ideally situated to explore these impressive rock formations, just 133 kilometers away. The beehive domes were formed more than 350 million years ago, and … Continued

The Wheatbelt Way: an open road adventure

In partnership with the Wheatbelt Way. The Wheatbelt Way self-drive trail in Western Australia will lead visitors on an adventurous road trip to the regional communities of Dowerin, Wyalkatchem, Koorda, Bencubbin, Beacon, Westonia, Mukinbudin, Nungarin and Trayning. Experience the regions’ natural attractions, history and heritage, all while they offer unique opportunities to stay and experience … Continued

It’s time to explore WAnderland!

In partnership with Western Australia Museum (WAnderland). Western Australia is full of hidden gems and unique adventures waiting to be explored. Housed in museums, visitors’ centres, cultural hubs, and historic buildings are items and objects that tell a tale of times gone by, showcasing the terrific history of Western Australia. WAnderland has opened a doorway … Continued

Unearth the past at Fremantle Prison

In partnership with Fremantle Prison. Built by convicts in the 1850s and closed as a maximum security prison in 1991, World Heritage–listed Fremantle Prison is a ‘must do’ activity for any traveller to Western Australia. The prison is the largest convict-built structure in Australia and the most intact convict establishment in the Southern Hemisphere. For … Continued

Expect the unexpected in Katanning

In partnership with the Shire of Katanning. Looking for an unexpected adventure? Find it in Katanning – a warm and welcoming destination that’s home to a melting pot of art, history, food and culture. Situated in the heart of Western Australia’s Great Southern Region, Katanning is full of surprises just waiting to be discovered. Unwrap … Continued

Do it your way on the Indian Ocean Drive

Soak up summer along Western Australia’s Turquoise and Coral coasts. Think: an ocean oasis full of water sports, lazy beach days and melt‑in‑your‑mouth seafood. What more could you want? Western Australia’s spectacular landscape is a feast for the eyes. Coast to canyon, desert centre to tropical north – no matter where you are out west, … Continued

A summer guide to Fremantle

The port city of Fremantle is a summertime destination that fuses Australia’s colonial past with eccentric graffiti and a bustling alfresco scene. Follow our summertime guide to all things Freo, and tour the bright ports encircled by smooth, sandy shorelines. A daytrip to Rottnest Island Just off the coast of Western Australia, Rottnest Island is … Continued

Abundant blooms on the Granite Loop

Experience Western Australia’s spectacular wildflower season, and uncover the beauty of the Wheatbelt. Departing east from Perth, the first part of our journey on the Granite Loop takes us through the Avon Valley, a picturesque region characterised by gentle babbling brooks and rolling hills full of native greenery. Once you cruise through this easy one-hour … Continued

Find treasures in Australia’s South West

In partnership with Australia’s South West. As the wildflower season is flourishing, the Great Southern Treasures Bloom Festival celebrates the renewal of spring throughout the Great Southern Treasures, focusing on the wildflower tapestries and town cultures that make up this amazingly diverse region. With a whole month of activities spanning across 26 towns, the festival … Continued

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