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Walk under water at the longest timber jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.
Bremer Bay is two hours from Albany, four and a half hours from Esperance and about six hours from Perth, making it WA’s most isolated and extraordinary holiday destinations. Long, protected white beaches, and nature at its most wild are the hallmarks of Bremer Bay. It’s a nature and adventure lovers paradise, a pristine land that has changed little for thousands of years, a place where you can feel totally free.
Once a sleepy surfing village, Margaret River is now an international surfing Mecca with a reputation as having the most consistent year-round, big surf waves in the world.
On the westernmost point of Australia, Shark Bay offers more than sheer adventure and unbelievable fishing. It dazzles visitors with its vivid red dunes and white beaches, and its wealth of wildlife and flora – all earning the area World Heritage status. Stand-out sights on the Shark Bay World Heritage Drive include the Hamelin Pool […]
A must-visit destination for nature lovers, Australia’s Coral Coast spans Cervantes to Exmouth at the northern tip of the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area.
Great in every way, this pristine, internationally renowned biodiversity hotspot is the region of soaring mountain ranges, massive seas, stunning beaches, ancient forests and edge-of-the-earth towns. As WA’s oldest port it is steeped in history and has since become the food bowl of the state producing world-class wines, whisky and locally grown and caught produce. Welcome to nature and adventure-lovers paradise.
Everybody’s favourite place to escape, the sandy, car-free isle of rotto, has been winning the hearts of visitors for more than a century. Take a short boat trip across the turquoise waters and pick up your hire bike to explore the island at your own pace.