Discover the Western Australia for the first time
Western Australia has over hundreds of extraordinary experiences, right from the top of the state, down to the very bottom. Since there is just so much to uncover in Western Australia, you would be splitting your hair for choice, especially if this is your virgin visit to the region. But not to worry, here is our top 10 picks, on your must do across Western Australia. Feel more and get inspired now!
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"Rotto" as the locals call it, will be an island of discovery with its unique and curious inhabitants such as the world famous quokka, and the pleasure to instagram the cutest mini marsupial, found only in Western Australia.
- Riding is the best way to soak in the atmosphere of this gorgeous island as there are no cars on the roads.
- Bayseeker Bus is a good choice if you do not know how to cycle, which runs around the island, alighting you at the secluded stunning beaches and surf breaks. Slap on your sunscreen and get your shades ready.
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Broome's Cable Beach is at 22 kilometre stretch of fine white sand and stunning Indian Ocean sunsets. You can't leave this town without first taking a seat on the camel train along the sand. To catch one of the best ocean sunsets on earth, it is just a short eight minute drive or bus trip from the township of Broome.
Ningaloo Reef is well known for one of the planet's last great ocean slices of haven. It is also the largest fringing coral reef in the world at 300 kilometres long. From May to October, Ningaloo Reef plays hosts to world's largest fish, the whale sharks. A fantastic opportunity to swim with these gentle giants is made possible with tours and to explore the spectacular variety of marine life, including manta rays, humpback whales, and colourful corals. Book Now
Gibb River Road
"The Gibbs" as affectionately called, was once built for drovng cattles and today it is re-vamped for four wheel drives. The Gibb River Road Top Trail is an icon of outback adventure. This area is privately owned by cattle stations and Aboriginal communities and along the way it gives you the access to some of the most breath-taking scenery in Australia, which includes red rock gorges, dramatic waterfalls and ancient forests of palm trees and pandanus. If you need a pitstop for some rest, you can sleep at cattle stations, stay in style at luxury lodges or enjoy bush camping.
One of Australia's natural landscapes, that was formed over millions of years. Be amazed at the beauty of the dessert and pillars. The pinnacles and its limestones is mother nature at its best. The sunrise and sunset in the park is a stunning feast for the eyes. The howling desert, wind will not only blow your hair,but also your mind away. If you feel like stargazing, this is the place for you once night falls. One for the bucket list! Book with GPS Adventure Tours WA, using promo code "SING" to get a discount of $25 off each adult ticket. Offer is only valid till 15 Dec 2018. Book now!
Welcome to Western Australia's most famous dolphin watching scenery in their natural habitat. You can see them demonstrating their natural hunting instincts and see them being hand fed when they visit the shore. You can also see the dolphins frolicking and leaping into the air in the bay. If you are not into dolphins, there are also other activities to spike your interests, such as , Aboriginal cultural tours, fishing charters, cruising and camel rides which can be booked through the Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort right on the beach or in Denham. One for the bucket list!
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Another spectacular piece of nature's architecture here at Western Australia. It is the biggest waves and also the furthest from any ocean. The cliff is measured at 110-metre long. It is shaped like a huge wave that is about to crash. It is about three to four hours drive from Perth, located near the wheatbelt town of Hyden. A lot of opportunities for photos. After winter rains you will be surrounded by a sea of brilliant colours as Western Australian wildflowers bloom, or say hello to the koalas and white kangaroos along your way.
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Karijini National Park
Listen up adrenaline junkies, this place is perfect for explorers. This place offers incredible hiking trails through ancient massive gorges. Since all the gorges are rated, you can choose the level of experience level that is most suited for you. Book a tour and you can experience gaining access to all the restricted areas of Karijini that you are unable to reach yourself. We would say, leave no stone unturned and enjoy the sheer beauty of nature's gift. Karijini National Park is located about two hours drive from the town of Newman. It's best accessed by joining a four wheel drive tour, or book a tour from Perth. A definite tick out of your bucket list!
Purnululu National Park
Bungle Bungles as popularly known for its unique landscape and eye feast with its amazing mountains, gorges and vegetation on earth. Take in the full spectacle of the beehive domes on a scenic flight from Kununurra, Broome or Halls Creek, or an open-door helicopter flight from within Purnululu itself. Or if you are into hiking, Hike into the Bungle Bungle Range to Cathedral Gorge, Echidna Chasm and other hidden gems. Take a four wheel drive safari. Camp-out under the stars. Either ways, it is a win for all types of people.
Inside Australia- Antony Gormley Sculptures
Begin your senses at the largest outdoor art gallery on earth, created by the world-renowned artist Antony Gormley. It is a collection of 51 individually cast black chromium steel sculptures stand against the dramatic backdrop of Lake Ballard's white salt plain. Each sculpture is the represetation of the local residents of Menzies. If you are there during summer, always walk with a friend and carry water as the heat can be extreme. For a amazing overview, climb the hill and see the sculptures disappearing into the distance, each connected by the footprints of visitors. how interesting is that?!
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