For those who aren’t yet familiar with Australia, Western Australia is the largest state and it covers almost one-third of the whole country. With that being said, it is incredibly vast and diverse, and because of that, there is something for everyone to explore. From crystal clear options and natural phenomena to word-class wineries, Western Australia is truly a land of endless expiration.
Explore Perth’s Amazing Parks
One of the biggest pride and joys of Perth is the amazing Kings Park and for a very good reason. This amazing park is a place where you can admire beautiful views, have a picnic with a loved one as well as go hiking on some of its breathtaking trails. On top of all that, it is the largest inner-city park in the world and it is almost 1000 acres of natural bushland. That is why it is home to a number of amazing bird and insect species. It is filled with ponds that cut through the grades as well as imaginative playgrounds for kids, so if you are travelling with a family, this is a must-see.
Take In A Sunset At Cable Beach
For those who are sunset lovers, there is no better place to be than Western Australia. The most magical sunset over the ocean is at Cable Beach. While you are on the beach you can sip on some cold drinks at the bars such as Zanders or Sunset bar to complete your whole experience.
Be Amazed by The the Horizontal Falls
This amazing adventure starts with a breathtakingly scenic flight over the Broome coastline to Talbot Bay. The second that you take off the beach and start flying over the Buccaneer Archipelago you know that this adventure is going to be in your memories forever. During this adventure, you will be able to see a natural phenomenon, the Horizontal Falls. They are created by two narrow openings that are in between two ridges. On top of that, the tides in this region are one of the biggest in the whole world. It can reach up to 12 metres which makes a jet boat ride a thrill you will not forget.
Whale Watching At Bremer Bay
If you are someone who loves whale watching, there is no better place you can be than at Bremer Bay. This spot is the most popular place where you will be able to see the magical orcas, sperm whales, dolphins as well as sharks. The most popular Bremer Bay tours are from January to April and then later on in the year from July to October. As it is such a popular activity, make sure that you are booking your tickets well in advance as well as choosing the most reliable company to work with that will ensure the safety of you and the animals involved.
Explore The Mystical Ningaloo Reef Marine Park
If whale watching is not something that you want to do but you want to do on a tropical aquatic adventure, the best possible place you can go to is the Ningaloo reef. This place is a UNESCO world heritage site and it is the largest reef. Unlike the Great Barrier Reef, the Ningaloo reef is very accessible from the shore. This is also one of the few places where you can swim with whale sharks. The best time to visit this magical place is from March through August. Other than the amazing marine life that is home to over 500 species of fish such as manta rays, turtles, humpback whales as well as 300 species of corals. Aside from these amazing things you can visit the best snorkelling beaches at Turquoise Bay. With the crystal clear waters and white sand that is laced by coral gardens, you will be able to explore the diversity of fish from the shallows. On top of that, there are numerous wrecks that you can explore while driving that will make your whole experience so much better. To make things that much better this also includes the breathtaking Cape Range National Park where you will be able to explore canyons, dunes as well as popular limestone cliffs.
Do A Good Ol’ Cellar Door Hop In Margaret River
For those who just want to have some fun and widen their knowledge of wine, Western Australia is the best place where you can do that. Margaret River is one of the best and most popular wine regions in the whole of Australia. It has over 100 cellars that you can choose from. That is why you have to ensure that you have a good tolerance before you embark on this adventure.
Stand Among The Valley Of The Giants
There is no better place for nature lovers than the Tree Top Walk. This amazing place is located 400 kilometres from Perth near a little town called Walpole. In this magical place, you will be able to explore the canopy of the majestic tingle forest that are some of the biggest and oldest trees in the whole county.
As you can see, there are so many reasons you should make a trip to Western Australia. No matter what destination you choose to explore, you will create unforgettable memories.