Things To Do In Western Australia

Things to do in Western Australia are as many and varied as the regions of the state themselves. From the charming wine region of Margaret River to the shining capital of Perth and the quaint harbour complex of Fremantle, WA is bursting with activities for everyone. Golden beaches, unique natural attractions and wild landscapes - WA offers one of the world's last great wilderness areas.

Swan Valley Gourmet Wine Cruise

Western Australia Tours

From dolphin feeding at famous Monkey Mia to the glamping adventures and iconic quokkas of Rottnest Island, there are many ways to enjoy the beauty of Western Australia. Experience them all with our guide to the best Western Australia tours.

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Western Australia Attractions

Whether you prefer to live it up in the city, kick back with a velvety vintage in hand in the gorgeous mine region or take a walk on the wild side with the state's most famous natural attractions and landscapes, Western Australia's huge range of attractions offers something for everyone.

Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island

The state's only little island retreat, the spectacular scenery and iconic wildlife of Rottnest Island is just 19km off the coast of Fremantle. Discover fascinating heritage, beautiful beaches, cute quokkas and a whole lot of family fun.

The Pinnacles, Nambung National Park - Tourism Western Australia

Pinnacles Desert

Located 2 hours' drive north of Perth at the southern gateway to Australia's Coral Coast, the Nambung National Park is perfectly positioned along the Indian Ocean Drive. Discover the fascinating natural formations of 'The Pinnacles' extraordinary sandstone pillars that rise up from the desert sands.

Dolphin at Monkey Mia

Monkey Mia

The only easily accessible beach in Shark Bay, Monkey Mia guarantees a memorable holiday experience as you witness the intelligence, grace and special connection of the dolphins along with the unique opportunity to feed them.

Bungle Bungles

The Bungle Bungles

Formed over 360 million years, this striking landmark located in World Heritage-listed Purnululu National Park is known for its maze of black and orange striped beehive-like rock formations and sandstone domes.