National parks, rock art, gorges, beaches and outback towns await
Explore more than 1 million engravings strolling around Burrup Peninsula.
Breathtaking gorges and rugged coastal cliffs lure hiking and nature enthusiasts, and provide unique experiences for the adventurous and casual sightseer alike. Photo credit: Kalbarri Visitor Centre
Exploring the goldfields, a land built on the dreams of fortune seekers, is still about searching for gold and experiencing the city’s impressive array of heritage buildings, spectacular mountain ranges and sweeping wildflower plains.
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.