1. The Pinnacles Desert
Explore one of Australia’s most unique landscapes in Nambung National Park. The Pinnacles Desert showcases thousands of limestone pillars which stand up to three and a half metres tall.
2. Swim with the Whale Sharks
Swim with the gentle giants of the ocean, the Whale shark. Between April and July, these majestic animals visit the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef which is home to a stunning array of coral and marine life. Ningaloo Reef is one of the few places where you can actually swim with these incredible animals.
3. The Golden Outback
Explore the history and the incredible natural sites of The Golden Outback. Experience one of Australia’s biggest ‘waves’, Wave Rock near Hyden, or visit the Gormley Sculptures on Lake Ballard. Explore the best of the Outback where the spirit of the gold rush pioneers lives on. Tour the ghost towns and listen to a tale or two in Kalgoorlie’s historic pubs.
4. Valley of Giants Tree Top Walk
Become one with nature and take the gentle 600 metre walk high in the tree tops among the 400 year old giants of the forest.
5. Perth, Kings Park & Swan River
Admire the amazing Perth cityscape from Kings Park. Act like a local and walk, cycle, jog or picnic in the park. Later, sit back and relax on a cruise along the Swan River. Make sure you take your camera for some great photo opportunities.
See over 12,000 species of wildflowers bloom as the season begins in the north in June and gradually ends in a blaze of colour in the south during November. Approximately 60% of these colourful blooms are not found anywhere else in the world.
7. Margaret River Wine Region
Discover the exceptional wines and delicious local produce of the world renowned Margaret River Wine Region. Join a tour and wander through beautiful vineyards, visit cellar doors and taste gourmet delights. It’s just a hop from the wineries to stunning beaches, tall-timber forests, worldclass surf breaks and the ancient Ngilgi caves.
8. Monkey Mia
Visit Monkey Mia for the opportunity to see wild, Bottlenose dolphins in the World Heritage Listed Shark Bay Marine Park. The pristine waters stretch across 1,500 kilometres of coastline and the area is known for its blue waters, white shell beaches and daily visits from the wild dolphins.
9. Busselton Jetty
Extending 1.8 kilometres over stunning Geographe Bay, the World Heritage Listed Busselton Jetty is the longest timber-piled jetty in the southern hemisphere. Jump on the train and relax as you travel out along the jetty over the bay. The view is incredible!
10. Rottnest Island
Relax. Explore. Discover. With 63 beaches, brilliant snorkelling sites, welcoming Quokkas and unique natural attractions, Rottnest Island is the perfect island escape. The entire island is a car free zone, so hire a bike and spend time exploring.