Discover the Wonders of Western Australia

For those looking to venture outside the capital city of Perth, a trip around Western Australia (WA) will be an experience of a lifetime.

As one of the most biologically diverse regions in the world, WA is home to world class beaches – Lucky Bay was voted World’s Best Beach in 2023 and 2024 – and eight distinct wine regions, as well as the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef.

Discover more about the wonders of WA and each of these incredible regions, by clicking on the links below.

Margaret River and the South West

Ningaloo Reef and the Coral Coast

The Kimberley and North West

Esperance and the Golden Outback

Margaret River and South West

Serving up a coastal culinary adventure, the world-class Margaret River Region is an unparalleled destination for gourmet experiences and unforgettable outdoor adventures.

A Maze’n Experience, Margaret River

Tourism Western Australia

Ningaloo Reef and the Coral Coast

Immerse yourself in an unforgettable underwater adventure at the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef (Nyinggulu). A string of pristine beaches stretch the length of the Coral Coast while just a few metres off the shore, Australia’s largest fringing coral reef is the perfect place to swim alongside majestic whale sharks, humpback whales and manta rays, and come face-to-face with Monkey Mia’s friendly dolphins.

Ningaloo Reef Marine Park

Tourism Western Australia

The Kimberley and North West

Embark on one of the most awe-inspiring wilderness adventures on the planet and discover what billions of years of rock formations have left behind in the stunning natural landscapes of The Kimberley.

Deception Range Kimberly Rock, The Kimberley

Tourism Western Australia

Esperance and the Golden Outback

Nature paints an unforgettable picture in the Golden Outback, which stretches from countryside to coastline. Explore one of the world’s largest outdoor art galleries, gaze at the Aboriginal rock art that dots the stunning landscape and discover the historic Goldfields.

Lake Hillier

Tourism Western Australia