It’s one of the most pristine underwater playgrounds and bucket-list diving locations in the world, and you’ll find it just 260km off Broome… welcome to the Rowley Shoals.
Just an hour’s drive south of Perth, the Darling Scarp melts into the Indian Ocean. So begins the love affair between Western Australia’s land and water, where rivers flow through the dense forest and outback vistas, and pristine beaches curl up beside charming seaside towns.
Spectacular scenery abounds, with native flora and fauna, aquamarine rivers hugged by granite outcrops, towering forests, and a pure sense of escapism.
Take a road trip through Geographe, the Southern forests and valleys past rolling farm hills, bays full of dolphins, three
wine regions and a pristine wild forest with natural swimming holes.
This large, versatile region is the gateway to the South West, with fantastic spots to dine and play, and incredible adventures for a day trip or weekend getaway.
The towns of the Blackwood River Valley radiate AN effortless charm that’s trumpeted in brochures, yet impossible to capture unless you’re actually there.