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No trip to Western Australia is complete without a pit stop at Margaret River.
Originally a chilled out surfie town, Margaret River has evolved into the ultimate smorgasbord of good..
Located on the Western Australia's south west coast 40 kilometres south of Busselton is the approximate 9,800 hectare Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park.
With attractive coastal scenery..
Located just two hours south of Perth, here you can experience towering old growth forests, walk for kilometres along white sandy beaches and taste world famous wine.
Prepare to be blown away by Albany’s dramatic convict history, set against a backdrop of rugged granite coastline, green seas and a wild beauty that tugs at the heartstrings. Situated on..
This relatively small (1867 hectares) park protects stunning coastline and forest between Walpole and Denmark on the south coast. It is renowned for its windswept granite rocks which have..
The cosmopolitan Port of Bunbury, just two hours' drive south of Perth, is located on a spectacular peninsular surrounded by blue waters of the Indian Ocean, Koombana Bay and the..
Best known for its iconic two-kilometre long jetty and calm turquoise bays, Busselton has a relaxed atmosphere and is a popular place for a family holiday.
Twice voted Western..
The Walpole-Nornalup National Park is situated 121 kilometres west of Albany, surrounded the tranquil inlets of Walpole and Nornalup. Fed by the freshwater Walpole River, the Walpole Inlet..
Augusta is a beautiful fishing town set on Cape Leeuwin, the most south-western point of Western Australia, where the Indian Ocean and Southern Oceans meet.
The coastline and countryside..
Bunker Bay is protected by the rocky promontories of Cape Naturaliste. The white sand beach is north-facing and sheltered. Try your luck at catching a herring, whiting or skippy or catch a..
Pemberton is an ideal location from which to explore the south west corner of Western Australia. Pemberton is located about an hour and a half's drive from Margaret River, Busselton..
Yallingup is a short 10 minute drive south west of Dunsborough, within the Margaret River Wine Region. It is a popular holiday destination for surfing, fishing and relaxing.
Named after the first Governor of Western Australia, Captain James Stirling, this fine park covers an area nearing 115,744 hectares (286,000 acres). Some of the peaks rise to 991m (3,250..
24 kilometres east of Albany, the Reserve is famous for its small colony of 'noisy scrub birds'. These birds were believed to have been extinct until they were re-discovered here in 1961...
Balingup is a picturesque town in the south west of Western Australia, three hours' drive south of Perth.
The town is famous for its wonderful shops which include a famous craft centre..
The Boranup Karri Forest offers an excellent scenic drive through some of the best karri forest in Western Australia. The area is also excellent for wildflowers in the spring months...
In the heart of the beautiful Blackwood River Valley is Bridgetown. Three hours drive south of Perth, the town is famous for its misty mornings brought about by the combination of cold..
You’ll fall in love with Denmark – where towering tall trees meet the ocean.
It has a relaxed village atmosphere, romantic timber milling history and incredible coastal scenery.
Dunsborough, half an hour's drive down the coast from Busselton, overlooks the waters of Geographe Bay. It is an ideal family retreat with quiet coves, sandy beaches, national parks..
For sensational views over the tall timber forests around Pemberton, climb the famous Gloucester Tree.
Once used as a fire lookout, today the 60 metre high Gloucester Tree is one of..
Kojonup is located on the Albany Highway two hours' drive from Perth and 160 kilometres from Albany.
Historic Kojonup is more than just a gateway to the beautiful southern areas of Western..
The town of Manjimup is a regional centre for the largest shire in the south west of Western Australia. It possesses areas of ecological, historical, agricultural, commercial and industrial..
Mount Barker, 45 minutes' drive northwest of Albany was once known for its apples. Today it is involved in sheep and cattle farming and is famous for its wildflowers and wineries.
The picturesque little mill town of Nannup is set alongside the Blackwood River amongst stunning countryside and surrounding farmlands. Nannup is located on the Vasse Highway about halfway..
Location off Frenchman Bay road, 13 kilometres from Albany, Torndirrup National Park covers an area of 3,868 hectares with bitumen road access to and throughout the park.
Best known for..
Wilyabrup is part of the famous Margaret River winegrowing area of south western, Western Australia. The Wilyabrup valley produces outstanding wine and gourmet produce and is home to many..
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