Perth is Western Australia’s capital city and the major
gateway into the state. Fronting the widest stretch of
the meandering Swan River, city and river make a
contrast. Perth bustles with activity and offers a range
of choices for restaurants, retail therapy, theatre,
cultural attractions, river activities, beautiful parks
Fremantle just outside of Perth is one of Australia's
oldest port towns with its convict history and old
architecture. Present day Fremantle is a busy port city
with a 500 strong fleet of fishing boats, as well as the
home for many yachts and a destination for cruise ships.
Fremantle offers a mix of art galleries, boutique
designer shops, an ethnic combination of restaurants &
sidewalk cafes, some beer micro breweries and a
nightlife with clubs playing live music till the wee
hours of the morning. A bit of a bohemian culture with a
lot of energy and colour.
If you like to unwind, Broome, 2400 km north of Perth,
is your ideal holiday. Stroll on the world famous twenty
two kilometres of pristine white sand that is Cable
Beach, swim in the clear waters of the Indian Ocean and
at the end of the day, take in another glorious sunset.
Let yourself go, and Broome promises to reward you with
a holiday experience like no other.
Bordered by the Great Sandy Desert and the pristine
waters of the Indian Ocean, the wild and remote area
known as the Kimberleys is one of the country's last
great frontiers. The Kimberleys tempt travellers to
venture further from the beach mecca of Broome. Those
that do are treated to breathtaking scenery dotted by
hospitable and tourist-geared township's, combining to
create one of the most rewarding travel experiences
you'll find anywhere in the Outback of Kimberleys
Less well-known and less frequented than the Great
Barrier Reef but even more spectacular and untouched is
the 260 km long Ningaloo Reef off the western side of
North West Cape. The coral reef is in places less than
100 metres offshore and supports at least 500 species of
fish, manta rays, turtles, endangered dugongs, and the
migratory whale shark. All receive protection as part of
the Ningaloo Reef Marine Park.
Climate of Western Australia is diverse with the south
part of the state with its cooler climate experiencing
the 4 seasons annually and the tropical northern part of
the state experiencing a wet & dry season.
Accommodation in Western Australia offers a vast array
of places to stay for every style and budget from luxury
resorts and hotels in the city, beach resorts and
self-contained apartments outback accommodation and
more. Most properties offer quality accommodation.