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There is so much to see and do in Western Australia, so here is a small helping hand with our must see and do activities.
The first walk trail of it's kind, suspended 40 metres off the ground above majestic tingle Forest. Find out more
Voted one of the top ten places in the world by Lonely Planet. Find out more
One of Australia's premier wine regions is in one of Australia's most extraordinary locations. Find out more
Watch the sun setting over 22 kilometres of pristine white sand whilst catching a ride on a camel train. Find out more
As the full moon rises it creates a staircase effect that makes for a truly original scene. Find out more
One of Australia's largest and most spectacular national parks, famous for it's sheer gorges, waterfalls and cool swimming holes. Find out more
An iconic 4WD outback adventure through the heart of the Kimberley. Find out more
One of the world's best kept secrets is around 350 million years old. Find out more
Some of the world's oldest art, by one of the world's oldest living cultures. Find out more
Australia's sunniest capital offers 3000 hours of sunshine a year. And just as many ways to enjoy it. Find out more
One of the world's largest inner city parks, offering unparalleled views of the Swan River and Perth city skyline. Find out more
Experience the laid back island lifestyle with some of the world’s finest beaches and bays, accessible via a short ferry ride from Perth. Find out more
The largest outdoor art gallery on Earth - over 10 square kilometres of salt lake. Find out more
Each year more than 12,000 species of wildflowers bring a spectacle of colour and scent to outback Western Australia. Find out more
Pure white sands and pristine turquoise water create the perfect atmosphere for letting your cares drift away. Find out more
For 40 years, wild dolphins have been swimming into the shoreline here virtually everday. Find out more
The world's largest fringing reef, reached by the world's shortest swim is World Heritage Listed. Find out more
One of the few places on the planet where you can swim with the world's biggest fish. Find out more
Where on Earth does it feel like you're walking on the moon? Right here. Find out more
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