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.
Bunbury is situated in the heart of the Geographe Region of Western Australia and offers its visitors a unique blend of natural experiences, food, wine, shopping, culture and recreation.
Coral Coast WA
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.
Kununurra and the East Kimberley Region boast some of the most unique tours and attractions in 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.
Fashionable location known for the excellent wines produced in the region.
Just 3 hours north of Perth by car lies Western Australia's Mid West region. Known to many as the 'wildflower region', this area is home to one of the world's finest collections of flowering plants.
When in Perth why not spend a day on the Swan River, a picnic to the Darling Ranges, a visit to a vineyard or a stroll around Perth or Fremantle.
Rockingham WA is located only 46 km south of Perth. Situated on Mangles Bay with a rapidly growing population in excess of 85 000, Rockingham is a great seaside resort.
The cool southern region of our state offers the visitor a spectacular range of holiday experiences.
The Goldfields WA
Live the legend of the Goldfields with a visit to the Golden Outback. Call on your adventurous spirit and travel through eerie ghost towns and historic settlements.
Located 1,000 kilometres north of Perth, the Pilbara is an area rich in natural attractions and a land of remarkable contrasts.