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​Western Australia is home to plenty of extraordinary experiences, the likes of which can only be found right here. WA boasts the largest collection of wildflowers on the planet, some of the whitest beaches in the country and one of only a few places world-wide where you can swim with the ocean’s largest fish. Here’s a taste of the extraordinary experiences on offer in Western Australia….this is just the beginning.


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Tree Top Walk

Tree Top Walk Fact

The height of the Walpole Tingle Trees inspired a world-first. A sky-high walkway.
Australia's South West

Australia's South West Fact

The South West of WA was named one of the top ten places to visit by Lonely Planet.
Margaret River Wine Region

Margaret River Wine Region Fact

One of Australia's premier wine regions is one of Australia's most extraordinary locations.

Broome Fact

Broome is home to the world's oldest outdoor theatre, Sun Pictures.
Cable Beach

Cable Beach Fact

You can watch the sun set over the ocean whilst riding a camel on Cable Beach, Broome.
Kimberley Art

Kimberley Art Fact

WA is home to some of the world's oldest art, by one of the world's oldest living cultures.
Australia's North West

Australia's North West Fact

WA is the only place on earth where you can see a staircase to the moon.

Perth Fact

Perth is Australia's sunniest capital, with 3000 hours of sunshine a year.
Australia's Golden Outback

Australia's Golden Outback Fact

The Antony Gormley Statues represent the largest outdoor gallery on earth.

Wildflowers Fact

Western Australia boasts the largest collection of wildflowers on earth.

Dolphin Fact

Dolphins have been swimming into the Monkey Mia shoreline for over 40 years.
Whale Shark

Whale Shark Fact

Ningaloo Reef is one of the few places where you can swim with the whale sharks.
Ningaloo Reef

Ningaloo Reef Fact

Ningaloo Reef is the world's largest fringing reef, reached by the shortest swim.
The Pinnacles

The Pinnacles Fact

The limestone spiers that make up the Pinnacles have formed over millions of years.
Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island Fact

One of the most unusual islands on earth is unusually close to Perth.
Western Australia

Western Australia Fact

Is one of the world's largest states with enough diversity for an entire continent.
Bungle Bungles Range

Bungle Bungles Range Fact

One of the world's best kept secrets is around 350 million years old.
Karijini National Park

Karijini National Park Fact

One of the oldest and best rock shows on earth.
Lucky Bay, Esperance

Lucky Bay, Esperance Fact

The sand on this beach is Australia's whitest. No surprise then that it's called Lucky Bay.
Whale Watching

Whale Watching Fact

It's the greatest show on earth. And on our coastline, it plays for an entire season.


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