Not to be missed in Western Australia

Western Australia is wild and unspoilt, and is the least populated state in the country

Western Australia is best explored by motorhome as it extends over 2600 km, with 12 000 km of coastline. Visit the largest state of Australia departing from Perth or Broome.

Margaret River et Swan Valley

Swan Valley is a fertile region in the upper reaches the Swan River. Don't miss an opputunity to visit the vineyards and enjoy some good wine tasting, as well as other regional products. Margaret River is a town in the south west part of Western Australia. Its beaches are renowned as some of the best surfing spots in the world.

Ningaloo Reef et Ningaloo Marine Park

The West Coast Great Barrier Reef stretches over 300 km from Coral Bay to Exmouth, and is an impressive, easily accessible wealth of marine life. Over 200 varieties of coral and 500 species of fish have been identified. You can also see whale sharks, manta rays, dugongs and humpback whales. Kimberley, Karijini, Cap Range et Kalbarri are all national parks in the area worth a visit.

Cable Beach

Cable Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on the continent with its long stretch of white sand and endless, turquoise water. The erosion of the surrounding cliffs has formed magnificent rock formations, best appreciated at sunset.

Pinnacles Desert

This desert is a curious landscape dotted with fossilized remains of a forest and limestone formations measuring from a few centimeters up to 5 meters high.

Limestone Caves

Between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin over 300 limestone caves were formed harboring fossils, a sleepy lake and a giant tree.

Tree Top Walk

The south western forests are populated by giant eucalyptus trees. Head to the Valley of the Giants and Pemberton to admire these enormous trees, some measuring up to 80 m tall.

Shark Bay

Shark Bay is ecologically rich and home to abundant wildlife. This vast ecological heritage, located 800km north of Perth, is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Purnululu National Park

This national park is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is known for its unusual, ancient and visually striking sandstone domes, also known as the "Bungle Bungle Range".


Rottnest Island

This island in the Indian Ocean, just off the coast of Perth, served as prison for convicted aboriginal people during the time of colonization. Now its main attractions include beach resorts and marine activities.

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