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Australia’s western state is the real hidden gem and it has always been relatively undiscovered by the first time visitor to Australia. Perth, the state capital, is a clean, picturesque yet modern city. Out of town you will find The Pinnacles (a strange but beautiful desert), the friendly dolphins of Monkey Mia, the worlds only Stuart, Tuart, Jarrah and Marri forests, the unique granite formation of Wave Rock, the celebrated wineries of Margaret River and wildflowers you will find nowhere else in the world.
You can choose to stay in the heart of the city (close to the area just north of the railbridge called, naturally, Northbridge, with all of its exciting and marvellous nightlife - especially the food halls with their multitudes of different ethnic foods) or in the delightful port city of Fremantle, with its wonderful location, weekend market and art galleries or if it's more your style try staying on the fabulous beach at Scarborough.
There is a lot to Perth to discover so please check out our About Perth page to get a better feel for what you can do and see in this lovely city. We also have a Perth Info page that tells you about all the events happening around Perth and further out as well!
The remote and beautifully rugged Kimberley region up in the north of Western Australia is, almost literally, a world away from Perth and best accessed via flying into Broome or Darwin.
The untouched regions of Western Australia to the north of Perth are a nature lover’s paradise. With their stunning beaches, national reserves, gorges cutting through the landscape, abandoned settlements and old mine sites, exotic marine life and the crystal clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean.
The desert of The Pinnacles sharply contrasts with the vibrant colours of wildflowers that carpet much of the region during spring (remember that being South of the Equator the Australian spring is 6 months later/earlier than yours - if you live North of the Equator!).
Swim with the world’s largest (and harmless) fish – the Whale Shark – at the Ningaloo Marine Park, or meet the dolphins at Monkey Mia. The North-West is a year-round destination, but April to October is the best time to visit to enjoy cooler temperatures. Although the driving distances may be greater than other areas of Australia and the accommodation not as luxurious, the awe-inspiring wonders that await you more than compensate for this.
You can also visit one of the worlds best beaches up in the north of this vast State; Cable beach at Broome with its memories of how pearling was done decades ago and tales of how its all done today, buy pearls like you have never seen before at prices you will not believe, take a camel ride and watch the moon rise over 'The Stairway to Heaven'. A short trip out of town is 'Seventy Mile Beach' and it's name well fits its length and beauty.
The relatively compact South West region of Western Australia is perfectly set up for visitors passing through on a self drive and indeed Margaret River is worthy of a holiday in its own right, being Perthsiders’ preferred holiday playground. Families and couples alike are well catered for with the treasure trove of excellent accommodation, a diverse range of attractions and activities and sensational fresh produce used in the booming local food and wine industry.
The scenic coastline boasts beautiful beaches and waters frequented by whales (June to December) and dolphins. Margaret River is a gourmet paradise with its award-winning wineries and restaurants. The Great Southern Region is less developed but offers equally stunning coastal scenery. Inland, be mesmerised by the majestic ancient forests towering above; a perfect tranquil retreat from the beach. The region explodes in colour from October to December with the advent of the wildflowers. The famous Bibbulmun Track cuts right through the South West region, stretching 1000 km from Perth down to Albany on the far south-west coast and is a great way to enjoy some of the scenery and can be traversed by walkers and horse and pedal-powered bike riders.
The compact South-West region of Western Australia is perfectly set up for visitors - especially those willing to self-drive. The South-West can be a complete holiday in its own right, and is certainly the destination of choice for Perthites’. Accommodation for all tastes is widely available, there is a diverse range of attractions and activities and with local fresh fruits and vegetables used in cooking (much of it organically grown) you cannot help but enjoy yourself.
But as always there are a number of other activities you might want to undertake and for those, depending upon how risky they may or may not be, we can offer you great travel insurance to make sure your trip is worry free.
And if you want to discover more about this vast State then you really need to check out the trips and tours that are available.
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