Make some time – even a day or two pre or post Congress, to discover Western Australia and its vast contrasts. Whether it be the spectacular coastal regions, rugged landscapes or picturesque wineries there is so much on offer. For further information on the regions please click on the link to be taken directly to their website.
Australia’s North West
Australia’s North West is a land of extraordinary contrasts, where the red rocky landscapes of the outback meet the bright turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Walk through ancient gorges and swim in freshwater pools under plunging waterfalls. Encounter amazing native wildlife and fascinating local cultures. Or enjoy balmy days on the white sands of Cable Beach in beautiful Broome.
Australia’s Coral Coast
Western Australia’s Coral Coast boasts some of the State’s top holiday destinations. A journey along this magnificent coast will also take you to the amazing Pinnacles, Abrolhos Islands, Kalbarri National Park, Shark Bay World Heritage Area, the Monkey Mia dolphins, Coral Bay and Exmouth and is home to the unspoilt, uncrowded underwater playground known as the Ningaloo Reef.
Western Australia’s Golden Outback
You can stroll along the snow-white beaches of Esperance coast and relive the wild gold rush days in Kalgoorlie and the Goldfields of Western Australia’s Golden Outback. Wander through fields of wildflowers and enjoy warm country hospitality of farm stays in the Wheatbelt. Or experience real Australian outback life on the cattle stations and homesteads of the Gascoyne-Murchison region.
Australia’s South West
Located just two hours south of Perth, here you can experience towering old growth forests, walk for kilometres along white sandy beaches and taste world famous wine. Australia’s South West combines unique natural experiences with gourmet delights.