Here's our top five itineraries for exploring Western Australia. You can do them individually or put them together to discover the whole State in one epic adventure.
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Cosmopolitan Fremantle's historic buildings and lanes have created an enclave for artists and their enterprises. Cottesloe also houses respected Australian artists and is the perfect spot for a sunset drink.
Western Australia offers every adventure under the sun. There are endless ways to soak up the sunshine and fresh air in and around Perth.
Follow the Indian Ocean Drive to the Pinnacles Desert – a magical moonscape of limestone spires thousands of years in the making. Finish your adventure with a beachside feast of fresh lobster in Cervantes.
Perth has a unique blend of arts and cultural activities to entertain even the most discerning traveller.
Experience the magnificence of Western Australia's coastline at one of Perth's 19 sensational white sand beaches.
Discover the charm of the lively port city of Fremantle, where history and culture combine to create a rich display of unique architecture.
The Swan Valley offers everything from wine tasting to art galleries, and is a perfect spot to awaken the senses, tantalise the tastebuds and escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
Rottnest Island is a small island situated just off the coast of Perth famous for its snorkelling, diving, surfing and swimming.
The heart of Western Australia's gold mining country. Still a thriving mining town, it's also a living museum where you can explore an old mine shaft or try their hand at gold-panning.
The town of Fremantle has so many more little pieces of history to contribute to the puzzle that is our past. Just spending a day or two or a week in the city will find yourself falling in love with the diversity of the colourful port city.
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