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Gorgeous Gorges

Capture some of the most magnificent natural landscapes in Western Australia, at Kalbarri National Park on Australia’s Coral Coast. Offering superb walking trails and abseiling spots, the park also boasts over 800 species of wildflowers at their best from July to November. The Murchison River gorges in the Kalbarri National Park are particularly spectacular. The gorges have been carved over millions of years to form dramatic sandstone cliff faces which plummet into the Murchison River as it meanders towards the township of Kalbarri. A key attraction is Nature's Window, a natural rock arch that superbly frames the upstream view.

Say 'cheese'

Two hours’ away by road from Perth will bring you to thousands of tall limestone spires that rise from the yellow quartz sands of Nambung National Park - near the seaside town of Cervantes. A visit to Australia’s Nambung National Park and the Pinnacles is a must. These amazing natural limestone structures, some standing as high as five metres, were formed approximately 25,000 to 30,000 years ago, after the sea receded and left deposits of sea shells. Over time, coastal winds removed the surrounding sand, leaving the pillars exposed to the elements. Pop by the Pinnacles Desert Discovery Centre within the park whic houses fascinating interpretative displays focused on the region’s unique flora and fauna.

Cross a Green Canopy

Explore Western Australia’s world famous forest of gigantic tingle trees and take a bird’s eye view of the towering forest from the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, a spectacular lightweight bridge through the forest canopy. The 600-metre long bridge gently ascends into the tree tops 40 metres above the forest floor. Descend to the boardwalks below and explore the “Ancient Empire Walk” – a grove of impressive veteran tingle trees, some over 400 years old. These are the giants that gave the forest its name – they’re some of the most enormous trees in the world and are only found in the forest surrounding the Valley of the Giants.

Food and Wine

Sample Award-Winning Wines

Purchase award-winning wines from over 100 wineries and cellar doors in Margaret River, three hours south of Perth. Surrounded by tall tree forests, beautiful vineyards, surf beaches and glorious coastlines, Margaret River boasts international labels such as Leeuwin Estate, Voyager Estate, Vasse Felix, Cullen and more. Nearer to Perth, Swan Valley with over 40 wineries is just as outstanding in its variety of wines and brews. Explore the 32km Food and Wine Trail - be sure to try the Verdelho, Shiraz and fortified wines - you'll find them at wineries throughout the region.

Mix 'n Match

It’s not just wines in the Margaret River region and Swan Valley. Shop for local, gourmet products ranging from chocolate, cheese, preserves, condiments, nuts, nougat, organic vegetables/fruits, ice cream, olive oil and more at Margaret River Providore, Margaret River Cheese Factory and Burnside Organic Farm. Drop by the Farmers Market held every Saturday. In the Swan Valley, go for free tastings of local preserves dried fruit and nuts and stop at roadside stalls selling fruit in season. Visit the new boutique cheese cafe´, The Cheese Barrel; WA’s oldest confectionary company, Whistler’s Chocolate Co; and winery Tyler’s Vineyard.

Spice Up Your Cooking Skills

Learn to cook with fresh produce and locally sourced ingredients in cooking classes in Margaret River. Wildwood Valley, with its magnificent views to the sea, offers accommodation on 120 acres in the heart of the Margaret River Wine Region and their very popular Mad About Food Cooking Classes. Located on its own vineyard, the multi-award winning Cape Lodge offers a Gourmet Retreat and hands-on Cooking School designed for culinary enthusiasts. Emphasizing locally sourced produce, the Larder is Margaret Rivers's premier specialty gourmet retailer offering a cooking school, boutique catering and gourmet deli.


Discover A Different World

Experience the incredible thrill of swimming with the world’s largest fish, the gigantic but gentle whale shark, or snorkel with hundreds of tropical fish at Ningaloo Reef - a dream come true for snorkellers and divers. Regarded as one of the last great ocean paradises on Earth, it is Australia’s largest fringing reef and lies just metres from the shore in many places, so you can snorkel straight off the beach. Besides whales sharks, there are turtles, dugongs, humpback whales and more than 500 species of fish and a multitude of colourful corals.

The wild, Wildflower West

Go wild over the world’s largest collection of wildflowers in Western Australia. 60 per cent of the wildflowers can’t be found anywhere else in the world. From June in the north to November in the south, Western Australia's landscape bursts with colour when native wildflowers bloom across the State. Floral extravaganzas can be seen in all regions at different times throughout the season. Wildflower guides are also available.

Shark Bay World Heritage

A wonderland of world-class natural attractions, the turquoise waters of the Shark Bay World Heritage Area is synonymous for its thriving marine life and the famous Shell Beach.Famous for its friendly Monkey Mia dolphins, there are few places in the world where you can experience marine wonders as you can in Shark Bay. On any visit you're likely to spot turtles, dolphins, manta rays, whales and dugongs, be it on a boat or from the shore and at the end of it all, just relax amongst the stunning white beaches, crystal clear waters and rust-red sand dunes.


Go for A Morning Run

Or spend a lazy afternoon in Kings Park & Botanic Garden, the southern hemisphere’s largest inner city park and join an indigenous walking tour. Stretch your legs and walk from the city or hop on the city-sites tram. The views from Kings Park overlooking the Swan River and city skyline are superb. Pack a picnic lunch or have a meal at Frasers Restaurant. In September, marvel at the colour of native blooms during the Kings Park Wildflower Festival.

Ride Around Rottnest Island

Just 19 km off the coast of Perth, but an entire world away, lies the sunny holiday island of Rottnest. Blessed with a casual atmosphere, picturesque scenery, dazzling marine life and some of the world's finest beaches and pristine bays, Rottnest Island is Western Australia's very own island getaway. Take a ferry to Rottnest Island, explore the island by bicycle or join a free guided walking tour and discover its marine and wildlife including the native quokka which resembles a rat. Swim, snorkel or windsurf.

Fremantle In a Day

Located on the coast just 30 minutes from Perth's city centre, the port city of Fremantle has long been renowned for Victorian heritage and quaint charm. Visitors can enjoy a coffee along the famous ‘Cappuccino Strip’, potter through the Fremantle Markets and watch local buskers in action. Relish fresh fish & chips at the Fishing Boat Harbour or a pint at one of the great micro breweries. Delve into the fascinating past with a tour of the World Heritage listed Fremantle Prison and the WA Maritime Museum.

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