About Western Australia

About Western Australia

The extraordinary state of Western Australia occupies approximately one third of our great country's expanse down here in the Southern Hemisphere. Just the sheer size of this diverse state lures travellers back repeatedly to continue their exploration of the outstanding natural attractions that inhabit this spectacular piece of turf.

Holiday makers will marvel at the diversity and multitude of holiday possibilities within this unique state of contrasting regions. The lush emerald greens of the idyllic southern regions will awaken your soul along with the unspoilt, breathtaking beaches fringed with the whitest sand you have ever or will ever witness anywhere else in the country. The western Australian outback is the stuff of legends where a visit to the gold mining town of Kalgoorlie will have you soaking up the character of this historic town and happy campers can relax under a blanket of stars. The Kimberley regions awe-inspiring gorges provided the visually spectacular backdrop for Baz Luhrman's feature film 'Australia' and anyone visiting this region will have a hard time leaving this multi-faceted landscape unaffected.

If strolling through magnificent gardens before sampling world-class wines and sampling gourmet delights is more your idea of a good time then look further than Margaret River. Your search will end right here amongst the throng of bountiful vineyards and restaurants. Perth will satisfy the city lovers with stunning inner city parks, impressive architecture, water activities, lively markets and its cosmopolitan lifestyle.

Western Australia is a perfect year round holiday destination with sublime beaches that tumble into the crystal clear Indian Ocean, endless sunshine and impressive blue skies. At the top of every visitors list would have to be Cable Beach with its 22 kilometres of serene coastline with white sands fringing the warm crystal clear ocean.

Experience the travel high and celebrate life and all that is wild and wonderful in Western Australia.