Where to go in Western Australia: Perth, Margaret River & the Kimberley
List of regions
Broome is a small pearling town in the state's north with an exotic history thanks to its world-famous South Sea Pearl industry. Today, a chilled out vibe, colourful lifestyle and vibrant environment have made it a Mecca for creative people of all types.
Mighty rivers and wetlands teem with wild game fish and marine life and its vast vistas are infinite. One of the least populated places on earth, the area's isolated wilderness is truly awe-inspiring.
The Coral Coast is a pristine coastline on the mid-north coast around the world-famous sites of Ningaloo Reef and Monkey Mia.
Some of Australia’s top wineries and surf beaches are located in the southerly Margaret River area and epicureans will delight at the boutique wineries and gourmet produce on offer, while the splendid isolation will leave you feeling relaxed and renewed.
A 50km stretch of laidback beach towns and forested hills, the Sunset Coast is the perfect city getaway.