Need to recharge your spirit? Say G'Day to Western Australia, a world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, with unfiltered adventure on tap.
With ancient landscapes that have been honed over a millennia, Western Australia's topography is diverse and otherworldly. From the Kimberley region in the North, to the Margaret River in the South, Western Australia offers everything from unique mountain ranges to lush, green vineyards and endless beaches of the whitest sand.
Relax and unwind at Margaret River where you can hop from award-winning wineries and restaurants to stunning beaches, forests, and ancient caves.
Western Australia is home to the sunny Perth, which is renowned for being a friendly city and aquatic wonderland. An estimated 2-3 hours outside of Perth is the Pinnacles Desert, which will have you asking yourself if you've landed on the moon. Its distinctive collection of thousands of limestone spires, stretching upward out of yellow desert sand forms one of Australia’s most unique and fascinating natural landscapes.
Of course, a trip to Western Australia would not be complete without visiting World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef to marvel at the whale sharks that inhabit the waters between April and July of each year. Whale sharks can grow up to 52.5 feet and are very rare to find, though Ningaloo Reef is known as the most reliable site in the world to see a whale shark. Snorkel and explore the beauty of Ningaloo Reef or join a tour from Exmouth or Coral Bay to swim with the whale sharks and manta rays.
Once you've managed to pull yourself away from the marine wonderland of Ningaloo Reef, tour the gorgeous white sand beaches of the Indian Ocean on a camel train at Cable Beach.