WA Attractions

4 kilometres west of town along the Great Eastern Highway is Coolgardie Camel Farm, where visitors can jump on board and get up and close with the region's famous creatures. With the town's wide stree...
Situated within Yanchep National Park, Crystal Cave is a tourist favourite in the Wheatbelt region. As you enter the majestic Crystal Cave, be prepared to take in a multitude of stalactites and stalag...
The Swan is a generous, gentle river right at Perth's doorstep. It was named in 1797 by the Dutch explorer Willem de Vlamingh who was impressed by the many black swans which he observed upon its water...
With the Great Southern region having a largely Mediterranean climate, it goes without saying that leisure and tourism each play significant parts in the region's appeal - and what's leisure without a...
Burrup Peninsula

Burrup Peninsula

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World Heritage Listed, the Burrup Peninsula is home to over 700 historic indigenous archaeological sites and 10,000 rock engravings, dating back some 30,000 years. An extraordinary preservation of som...
Yet another of Australia's marvellous rock formations, Wave Rock is just as it sounds - a giant wave, 14 metres high and 110 metres long, frozen in time. Located in Hyden, Wave Rock is one of Western ...

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Tunnel Creek National Park is approximately 91 hectares in size and is home to Western Australia's oldest cave system. It is also famous for being a hideout used late last century by an Aboriginal lea...
A virtually untouched barrier reef off the North West Cape of Western Australia, Ningaloo Reef is home to the largest fish in the world, the Whale Shark. But don’t let the gentle giants discourage you...
Heritage listed and a proud fixture in Merredin's cultural programming, Cummins Theatre was one of the first venues to show "talking" pictures in the Commonwealth. Opening in 1928, Cummins Theatre has...
Karijini National Park is renowned for rugged red beauty, sheer gorges, breathtaking waterfalls and cool swimming holes. An exciting adventure escape, Karijini National Park is best accessed by four w...
Dedicated to Western Australia's early explorers and the pioneers of the goldfields, this open air machinery museum was started by Ben Prior in 1961 and is perhaps one of the most unusual museums in ...
A National Trust property, beautifully restored and giving a realistic view of the lifestyle of our pioneering families, Old Blythewood is a 1860s property overlooking the flats of the Murray River. T...
Just offshore from Perth are the clear waters and white beaches of Rottnest Island, one of Western Australia's most popular holiday destinations, with over 400,000 visitors per year. Go snorkelling, d...
Protecting a section of stunning coastline and forest, William Bay National Park is a must for the nature lover. Famous for the aqua waters of Greens Pool - sheltered by rounded rock boulders and rate...
A salt lake situated near Esperance on WA's southern coastline, Pink Lake is, under the right weather conditions, a unique sweep of vibrant pink and purple, caused by high concentrations of salt toler...
The dramatic orange granite peak of Peak Charles and its iconic Australian panorama is one every traveller to WA should experience. The easiest route to the top takes approximately 3 hours return, wit...
Situated on the Darling Escarpment 13 kilometres from Midland, Wandoo Heights Walking Trail takes you through a diverse collection of wildflowers and native plants. Allowing you to view the panorama o...
Otherwise known as the Bay of Isles, the Recherche Archipelago is made up of over 100 islands and 1500 islets set in the clear, unpolluted waters of Esperance Bay. Boasting an impressive array of natu...
Descend the staircase and head from towering karri trees to a lost world of limestone at Lake Cave, a stunning underground crystal wonderland in the regions south. A testament to the beauty of nature,...
Situated within Cape Range National Park, the stunningly sharp features of Charles Knife Canyon stretch as far as the eye can see, a must to explore when in the Gascoyne region. Steep inclines, narrow...