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Pick any time of the year and there is a part of Western Australia sure to be bathed in warm sunshine. Powdery white beaches stretch the length of the coast, and the ocean dazzles with sunlit shades of blue.
Perth beaches are nothing short of stunning and a trip along the Sunset Coast Tourist Drive is a great way to take in the sandy shores and turquoise waters.
Western Australia has one of the longest whale watching seasons in the world, following the annual whale migration from Albany to Broome and the Kimberley.
Beautiful beaches abound in Western Australia. The Indian Ocean gleams like a sparkling sapphire under a warm southern sun.
Thousands of kilometres of coastline, abundant and varied marine life, a mix of tropical and temperate climates and numerous shipwrecks just offshore, the diving and snorkelling in Western Australia is unbeatable.
Swimming with wild dolphins is one of the top bucket list experiences and Western Australia is among the best places in the world for magical close encounters.
Recreational fishing in Western Australia offers some of the world’s best deep sea fishing, freshwater fishing and beach fishing challenges and rewards.
Western Australia’s idyllic island getaways offer blissful escapes, including Rottnest Island, Penguin Island, Woody Island, the Abrolhos Islands and Dirk Hartog Island.
Get your wakeboarding and water skiing kicks on Western Australia’s rivers, lakes and 20,781-kilometre coastline – from Albany and Esperance to Broome.
Surfing Australia’s west coast, you can catch some of the most consistent, top quality surf breaks on Earth, from Margaret River and Perth to Exmouth in Western Australia.
Go kayaking, white water rafting, canoeing or sea kayaking in Western Australia, paddle to Penguin Island, float along the Swan River or ride the Avon River rapids.
Meet eye-to-eye with little penguins, friendly dolphins, turtles, seals, sea lions, manta rays and dugongs or swim with the giant whale shark in Western Australia.
Say G’day to Western Australia’s furry and feathered friends. The Shoalwater Island Marine Park is a stunning series of limestone islands home to rare seabirds and little penguins.
With its wealth of pristine waterways, a scenic cruise is the perfect way to explore Perth’s spectacular sights. Meander down the calm, still waters of the Swan River on a Captain Cook Cruise.
Set sail on Western Australia’s tranquil waterways. Yachting is a popular pastime on the clean, pristine banks of the Swan River, where the gentle water and gutsy sea breezes create ideal conditions.
Luxury cruising in the Kimberley is an experience like no other. Here, you can explore tempestuous rivers, soaring red gorges, majestic waterfalls and untamed forest from the comfort of a five-star vessel.
Prepare to be mesmerized by the sights and sounds of Western Australia’s marine life. You can experience a crystal-clear close-up of dolphins, whales, penguins, sea lions, turtles, fish and coral.
On the global windsurfing and kitesurfing stage, Western Australia’s world-class wave and consistent winds create perfect conditions for testing novices and pros alike.
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