Margaret River: Wine making region, Busselton Jetty – the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, where the Indian and Southern Oceans meet, Bootleg Brewery, Mammoth Cave – one of over 300 natural underground limestone caves.
Rottnest Island: Car-free island, stunning beaches, coral reefs, wrecks, best swimming spots, snorkeling, see dolphins, bike hire, diving, fishing, surfing, kayaking and sailing.
Ningaloo Reef: Ningaloo Marine Park: World heritage site, where whale-sharks congregate in numbers. Snorkel to see the corals, sea kayak, scenic flights, see marine turtles, humpback whales and manta rays. Year round, fishing in Exmouth
and Coral Bay. Ningaloo Park – wild emus and the occasional kangaroos.
Monkey Mia: Visit the Shark Bay World Heritage Area – one of the most enchanting experiences of exciting outback adventure, see the marine life in spectacular abundance, interact with dolphins, dugongs, whales and turtles, kayak in the calm waters.
The Pinnacles – Nambung National Park: Discover the ancient desert sculptures. Cervantes with its white beaches, coral reefs and Lake Thetis – a salt lake teeming with living fossils. Wildlife in Badgingarra National Parks – see mobs of kangaroos
at Kangaroo Point, snorkel the coral reefs, spot sea lions and bottle nosed dolphins, Jurien Bay – spot migrating
Thoughtful thoughts to your inbox