Experience all that Australia's largest state has to offer. After appreciating the sights of the capital, Perth, journey south to Margaret River for a wine tasting tour or north to Monkey Mia to swim with the famous dolphins. Alternatively, fly into Broome and admire Cable Beach before exploring the Kimberley's and the magnificent Bungle Bungles.
From June to November more than 12,000 types of wildflowers burst into magnificent bloom across the state – almost two-thirds of these species don't exist anywhere else. There are tours and self-drive wildflower trails to help you make the most of this gorgeous natural phenomenon.
The coral coast region (from Perth to the 'big bend' half way along Western Australia's coastline) sports amazing diving year round in crystaline waters. Dolphins, whale sharks, manta rays, seals, dugong and humpback whales all play here. This region is also home to the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef.
The Kimberly and the Pilbara mark out the top half of the state, each with their own outback wilderness treasures to share with visitors looking for another world to lose themselves in. This is where the land begins to feel ancient in earnest.