Western Australia

Ningaloo reef humpbacks

Adventure awaits

The East Coast of Australia gets a lot of attention, with the iconic city of Sydney and the Queensland coastline offering a wealth of holiday attractions for Kiwi travellers. But if you venture west, you'll find some of Australia's most spectacular landscapes and incredible experiences. With 12,500km of coastline to explore, there is a lot to discover here. 

Indulge in a gourmet food & wine holiday in the Margaret River or Swan Valley regions. Snap a selfie with friendly quokkas on Rottnest Island. Watch the sun go down on a romantic evening with your loved one at Cable Beach in the far north. Snorkel or scuba dive at Ningaloo Reef, the largest fringing reef on the planet. Get up close to marine wildlife including whale sharks, dolphins and manta rays. Explore one of the last true wilderness regions on earth in the Kimberley and enjoy a luxury Outback glamping retreat. Travel to Perth, the sunniest state capital in Australia, for city parks, cultural tours & attractions, museums & galleries, and incredible foodie experiences. 

Western Australia is truly a destination for the adventurous at heart. Let your World Travellers consultant plan your holiday to this incredible region and discover everything it has to offer. 

Where to go in Western Australia

Things you should know about Western Australia

Rottnest Island off the coast of Western Australia is so-called after the native quokka population - in Dutch rotte nest means "rat island." 

Perth is the most isolated city in the world, with the closest city Adelaide being a whopping 2,200km away.

If Western Australia were a country of its own, it would make it into the top 10 largest countries in the world.

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