Why Visit Perth and Western Australia?
Perth is located in the Southwest part of WA. The captial of Western Australia. Nine million passengers pass through Perth International Airport each year. Perth celebrates the Perth International Arts Festival for music, film and dance between January and February of each year.
The golden triangle located West of Perth boasts stunning pristine white beaches, funky cafes and exceptional coffee. The name is coined from the high priced property located in the area North of the Swan River and west of the city and bounded by the Mitchelle Freeway. Including suburbs of Cottesloe, Mosman Park, Claremont, Floreat, Scarborough and more....
Baldivis, Mandurah, Rockingham are know for crabbing, fishing and water sports. Swan Valley and Chittering Valley are known for wineries and are located closer to Perth than the renound wineries of Margaret River, Mt Barker, Denmark and the Great Southern Region in the Southwest of Western Australia.
The Port City of Fremantle
The city of Fremantle has the January Sardine Festival, along with other maritime pursuits. Nearby, Rottnest Island is the proud home of numerous "Quokkas," small wallabies; that gave the island her name. This beautiful island offers snorkeling, fishing and biking. She has amazing coral reefs and fantastic calm bays.
The small town of Denmark, near Albany's picturesque coastal strip has maintained her rugged environment - bush and dunes with lots of magnificent rock formations. Bloe hole, elephant rocks, monkey rock just a few along this pritine coast worth a visit. Whale watching season from May to September along the coast from Augusta to Esperance. Excellent fishing for salmon and marron, the local sweet water crayfish.
Margaret River has famous Cabernet wines; the Margaret River Wine Regional Festival is in May. From May to September, the amazing Humpback and Southern Right whales grace the bay.
The Western coast boasts Dirk Hartog Island, near Ningaloo Reefs; where incredible fishing of pink snapper, yellowfin tuna and coral trout takes place.
The Mitchell Falls are stunning waterfalls in the Gibb River region and accessed via the Gibb River road out of Kununurra or Derby.
Early colonists mistook the jasper formations of Wave Rock Marble Bar for marble; this "wave rock" is 15 metres high, resembling a curled wave about to crash.
The Pinnacles Desert, has different sized columns (up to a couple of metres) and incredible wildflowers. Wildflower tours are available in season.
In Broome in the north, has the famous "Stairway to Heaven," which are reflections of the rising moon off the water in Roebuck bay.. Broome perls are world famous and highly though after, collected worldwide for their size and lustre.
The Central Region boasts Wolfe Creek Meteorite National Park; with its Wolfe Creek crater (caused by a meteorite impact - 875 metres in diameter, 60 metres in depth.)
Visit Western Australia to enjoy her rugged Golden Outback. The Northwest section has the Bungle Bungles of Purnululu National Park (blackish-orange tinged, rounded mountain ranges) and the Coral Bay sand dunes.
The Geikie Gorge National Park (formed by the Fitzroy River,) shows its flow along her limestone walls. The Pilbara is a rocky and hot environment, known for mining and the Kimberleys is home of the Argyle Diamond Mine.
There is more to do and further to go in Western Australia. Make sure you book before you miss out. Please check seasonal weather forcast on our website before starting your journey. Safe travelling!
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