There is so much to experience in Western Australia you will be compelled to come back and visit again.
Western Australia is Australia's largest state with a variety of activities and enjoyment to match. From big ancient forests in the South to the remote outback in the east, huge crashing swells in the west to the cool green forests and farmlands of the south, Western Australia is certainly a land of adventure.
Perth, the capital city is located on the Swan River and is a modern vibrant city. White sandy beaches are only minutes from the centre of the city.
You can laze on the beautiful beaches of Broome or for a bit of adventure take in the gorges and National Parks of the tropics or maybe visit the dolphins of Monkey Mia. The unique and unusual flora and fauna; Aboriginal culture; ancient and beautiful landscapes are just some of the features available to visitors.
Ozhorizons is your essential guide to accommodation and tour operators available across the state.
Regions of Western Australia
Broome is situated on the North West coast of Western Australia where the bush meets the sea at the Southern gateway to the Kimberley.
Pristine beaches, clear blue water and incredible wildlife interactions - it's all here on the Coral Coast. From Cervantes in the south to Exmouth in the north, dive in feet first to all the adventure of the Coral Coast
Australia's North West is one of the world's last great wilderness areas.
The Kimberley is a vast area of diverse landscapes. Take the time to explore the region, absorb the fascinating history or just wonder in the natural beauty of this spectacular part of Western Australia.
With so much to see and do in Western Australia's premier near- Perth leisure region, your time with us will be well spent. Perhaps you have a fancy to take a cruise and capture a glimpse of some of the many bottlenose dolphins that live in our waterways. Or how about catching a feed of succulent blue swimmer crabs, or wetting a line for some exciting river, estuary or ocean fishing.