Perched on the Swan River, the states capital enjoys all the modern luxuries of the city with golden beaches just minutes away. Affectionately known as The City of Lights', Perth accommodation is ideally located to enjoy the central shopping and business areas together with historical buildings including two cathedrals, His Majesty's Theatre and Government House. Also, north of Wellington Street is Northbridge, which home to museums, galleries and the city's nightlife hub.
Renowned for its fertile wine producers, Margaret River is officially known as 'The Margaret River Wine Region'. The inland town is situated near the west coast of Australia's south west tourist region and is surrounded by coastline known for its excellent surfing conditions. Thousands of surfers visit the town each year to experience the fantastic surf breaks so whether you're looking for luxury or the authentic experience of one of Western Australia's most noted holiday destinations with a cute little BnB, Margaret River accommodation has something for everyone.
Broome is a small town that is big on personality where the bush meets the sea. Emerging from the discovery of the world's largest pearl shell, the town grew as hundreds of people were attracted like a gold rush. Broome is also renowned for the magical Cable Beach, one of the most famous and beautiful beaches in Australia. Broome accommodation strikes the perfect balance between country charm and coastal luxury with a range of options including hotels, motels, resorts, holiday units, luxury apartments, bed and breakfasts and more.
The small resort town of Exmouth on Western Australia’s North West Cape is approximately 1200kms north of the capital Perth and the gateway to Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area and Cape Range National Park. The underwater wonders of Ningaloo Reef are home to the majestic whale sharks and migrating humpback whales as well as over 500 tropical fish species, rays and turtles. Breathtaking canyons, limestone ranges and stunning flora and fauna occupy the Cape Range National Park. Visiting these two contrasting landscapes in Exmouth are an absolute must to add to your bucket list.
Sitting offshore from Perth, Rottnest Island is just a 30-minute ferry transfer from Freemantle. Rottnest Island has plenty to see and do with kilometres of walking trails, white-sand beaches, snorkelling at The Basin, Rottnest Island Museum and the Wadjemup Lighthouse with views across the whole island. But the most popular attraction are the photogenic quokkas, where, if you’re lucky, can get a super cute selfie!
Mandurah is Western Australia's second largest city and is located just a one hour drive south of the capital, Perth. Located on the beachfront Mandurah boasts a myriad of nature-based an water-based activities and attractions. Famous for the Peel-Harvey Estuary, which is twice the size of Sydney Harbour, Mandurah is an ideal beachside destination for those visiting Perth and its surrounds, with a range of accommodation including self-catering apartments and holiday homes.
Located in the famous Margaret River region of Western Australia, Yallingup is just three hours south of Perth. Yallingup boasts a fantastic surf beach, heritage gardens, historical caves and is an ideal seaside destination for a weekend getaway. Walk to the beach or go for a short drive to explore the wineries and dining venues nearby. A great range of Yallingup accommodation is on offer from apartments to holiday homes to boutique B&B's.
Perched near the gorgeous coastline to the west and stunning hills and breakaway ranges to the east, Geraldton lends itself to windsurfing, kite surfing, surfing, fishing, diving and swimming. Geraldton accommodation is designed to make the most of the Mediterranean climate, sea breezes and lovely foreshore with family friendly, luxury and budget options. Those looking to relax will love lazing on the white sandy beaches, taking a stroll along the shoreline or wading in the crystal shallows. This fantastic location, combined with the friendly country town feel, makes for a truly memorable holiday experience.
At the heart of Western Australia's breathtaking Kimberley region, Kununurra offers some of the most beautiful and unique wilderness experiences in the world. Although modern with its shopping facilities, intensive agriculture, mining and tourism sectors, Kununurra remains laid back with a charming rural atmosphere. Kununurra accommodation offers everything from resorts, wilderness safari retreats, hotels and motels, to caravan parks and camping grounds, friendly farm stays, bed and breakfasts, backpackers and hostels.
To the south of Perth you'll discover charming rural hinterland and just minutes to the west is the Indian Ocean with pristine beaches stretching for kilometres along the Sunset Coast. The most popular places to visit are nearby Bunbury and Fremantle, with a reputation for some of the most well-preserved 19th-century ports in the world, and a must see when visiting Perth. Outer Perth accommodation ranges from contemporary self-contained apartments to elegant hotel and apartment style accommodation through to resorts with all of the decadence and pure luxury you could ask for.