Western Australia’s natural wonders are beckoning east coasters to explore the State’s otherworldly phenomena and majestic landscapes. Untouched and unspoilt, Western Australia is a special place that allows travellers to connect with the land and reconnect with themselves.
Australia’s largest State, boasting the nation’s longest coastline and sunniest capital city of Perth / Boorloo, Western Australia is a place to recharge the spirits, outdoors in the fresh air and wide-open spaces, where it’s always summer somewhere. Explore the alluring bubble gum pink lakes, horizontal waterfalls, the towering timber forests and the world’s oldest and largest outdoor art galleries.
In Western Australia, your clients can swim with gentle whale sharks, manta rays or humpback whales over the world’s largest fringing coral reef, Ningaloo Reef / Nyinggulu. For something more adventurous, get behind the wheel of a four-wheel drive for an outback excursion to the breathtaking Kimberley.
Discover jaw-dropping landscapes and one-of-a-kind experiences that inspire a sense of unparalleled freedom in Western Australia.
1. Boranup Karri Forest (credit: Tourism Western Australia) / 2. Shoal of Fish at Ningaloo Reef, Coral Bay (credit: Tourism Western Australia and @jakewiltonphotoon) / 3. The Bungle Bungle Range, Purnululu National Park (credit: Tourism Western Australia) / 4. Ningaloo Reef, Coral Bay (credit: Tourism Western Australia and @saltywings) / 5. Roebuck Bay, Broome (credit: Tourism Western Australia).
Want more? Why not tempt your clients to gaze at these otherworldly landscapes from an open-door helicopter, or stand in the stillness of an ancient cave. Raise a glass to an Indian Ocean sunset at one of Perth’s 19 pristine beaches, or escape to a secluded coastline and discover Australia’s whitest beach, Lucky Bay in Esperance. Witness colourful carpets of wildflowers in bloom, or hike pristine wilderness to natural wonders shaped by billions of years.
Western Australian locals are keen to share their stories of the land, from the urban laneways and scenic parks of Perth, to walks on Country with an Aboriginal guide from the world’s oldest living culture. Here, clients can sip their way through Australia’s most premium wine country in the Margaret River Region, where forests meet turquoise oceans. Just a short ferry ride from the mainland lies Rottnest Island / Wadjemup, where your clients can meet a quokka, the happiest animal on the planet.
1. Matagarup Bridge, Perth (credit: Tourism Western Australia and @aeroture_au) / 2. Aboriginal Cultural Tours of Kings Park, Nyungar Tours (credit: Tourism Western Australia / 3. Swimming with whale shark (credit: Tourism Western Australia) / 4. Voyager Estate, Margaret River (credit: Tourism Western Australia) / 5. The Margaret River (credit: Tourism Western Australia).
West Aussie All Stars
Discover Western Australia and its latest global brand campaign module on the West Aussie All Stars trade training program.
Australian-based travel advisors who successfully complete the new module by 30 November 2022 will go in the random draw to win one of five exclusive pairs of canvas shoes designed by Western Australia Aboriginal artists Deborah Newenham-Coertse, Kristy Spillman and Cora Peltherre Lynch*. The shoes tell the story of Western Australia’s five tourism regions – Destination Perth, Australia’s South West, Australia’s Coral Coast, Australia’s North West and Australia’s Golden Outback – incorporating significant locations, nature and wildlife.
Note, all destination modules need to be completed before being able to access the new brand module. *Terms and conditions apply.