Satisfy Your Wanderlust With A Nature-Filled Adventure In Western Australia
Soak in breathtaking sights and unique experiences in Perth and beyond
If you’re looking to venture to one of the world’s remote places, uncover rare wildlife and nature on land and sea, relax on pristine beaches and learn about ancient histories from the land’s indigenous communities all in one place, then it’s time to make your way down under to Western Australia.
The Natural Heritage Of Western Australia
From the towering forests of the Western Australian Southwest to the ancient gorges of the Kimberly, step into a world of diverse ecosystems and landscape with the national and regional parks of Western Australia.
Located just north of Perth (Boorloo), Yanchep National Park is the ideal place to experience a true Australian environment and rich heritage. From there, continue north for one and a half hours to the Nambung National Park, home to the famous Pinnacle desert, to witness one of Western Australia’s unique natural attractions, where thousands of huge limestone pillars rise from the shifting yellow sand.
An Idyllic Haven In Esperance
Known to be a nature lover’s bucket-list, Esperance (Kepa Kurl) will captivate you with its white sandy beaches, dazzling turquoise waters with dramatic rock formations and untouched islands of the Recherche Archipelago, which is a group of nearly 100 untouched islands affectionately called the ‘Bay of Isles.’
Nature’s Bluest Waters At Ningaloo Reef
Additionally, a sparkling gem of Western Australia, Ningaloo Reef (Nyinggulu) is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its vast biodiversity. Accessible via a short flight from Perth (Borloo), or a 1,200 km drive, this expansive turquoise haven is home to one of the world’s largest fringing reefs and longest near-shore reef systems.
Journey Through Western Australia History With The Aboriginal People
The Whadjuk Nyoongar people are recognised to be the traditional owners of Western Australia for more than 60,000 years and Perth (Borloo) offers a variety of Aboriginal experiences, from Aboriginal art galleries, Aboriginal-run camping grounds to Aboriginal guided tours, take this opportunity to see and learn about this part of the land down under through another perspective.
More information can be found on the Official Western Australia Website.