Western Australia

Explore the sprawling wilderness of Western Australia with its golden beaches, fascinating indigenous culture and desert landscapes – an expansive and remote land of contrasting beauty and ruggedness. Indulge your insatiable spirit of adventure in the swells of a surfing capital, narrow sandstone gorges and the dusty plains of the Outback. Embrace a laid back Aussie state of mind in sophisticated cosmopolitan retreats, savouring the flavours of delicious local vintages. And enjoy the quiet a faraway land that has remained largely unchanged for millennia, an unforgettable journey to the edge of the world.


  • Fremantle


    Here you can discover the past with a stroll along the streets of terrace homes and historic buildings, or shop at the Fremantle Markets which is open every weekend. There are also plenty of shops, galleries, museums, restaurants and cafés to enjoy.

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  • The Pinnacles

    The Pinnacles

    Although a distinctive feature, The Pinnacles form only part of this marvellous National Park. Be awestruck by the coastal dune systems and flora and fauna that surrounds. Keep your eyes peeled for emus and kangaroos that can often be spotted around the National Park, a fantastic natural habitat for native Australian animals and birdlife.

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  • Broome

    Sunset at Broome

    Pearlfishers have been diving into the waters of Roebuck Bay since the early 1870s and a small settlement was founded in 1883. Broome went on to become the pearling capital of the world by 1910, with large numbers of Japanese and Chinese businessmen taking control of the industry. Today, Broome is a thriving town whose main industry is tourism, beef cattle, fishing and pearls.

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  • Margaret River Wineries

    Margaret River Wineries

    Made up predominantly of boutique wineries, this region produces just 3% of total Australian grape production but accounts for over 20% of the Australian premium wine market. Highly regarded for its cabernet sauvignon and celebrated as one of the world’s most favourable areas for producing chardonnay – be sure to taste these specialties! Home to world-class wineries, breweries, some of the finest restaurants and divine cheese and chocolate factories, your senses will be in for a treat.

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First Nations Cultural Experiences in Western Australia

Wula Gura Nyinda Eco Cultural Adventures 2

Wula Guda Nyinda Didgeridoo Dreaming

Monkey Mia

Owned and operated by traditional custodian Darren Capewell, Wula Gura Nyinda offers immersive cultural experiences in spectacular Shark Bay. Relax around a campfire with didgeridoo meditation and enjoy bush tucker cooked by your local Indigenous guide.

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AAT Kings WA Yanchep National Park Cultural Experience

Yanchep National Park Cultural Experience

Yanchep National Park

Derek Nannup has spent his life learning about the diversity of Indigenous cultures across Australia and is passionate about sharing his knowledge with guests. Explore the vast landscape of Yanchep National Park and discover its significance to the Noongar people.

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Lake Argyle TourismWA

Luridgii Tours Argyle Diamond Mine Tour

Lake Argyle

Join Ted Hall, Traditional Owner operator of Luridgii Tours, for the Argyle Diamond Mine Bus Tour, a bucket list tour in the spectacular East Kimberley region. Hear Ted tell of the mine’s history and its significance to the Jaliwang (Barramundi) Dreaming story. 

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AATKings WA Koomal Dreaming Cultural Experience

Koomal Dreaming Cultural Experience

Cape Naturaliste

Guests will learn about the deep connection the Wadandi people have to the Cape to Cape region that begins with a ‘Welcome to Country’. The local indigenous guide will escort you on a walk around Cape Naturaliste, where guests are surrounded on three sides by oceans with an interpretation of the landscape to guests through the eyes of an indigenous custodian. Next, gather at a hidden private Meeting Place for an interactive experience with an artefact interpretation, bush tucker (food), bush medicines and a didgeridoo experience.

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Wangi Mia Meeting Place


Yanchep National Park is staggeringly beautiful. It’s also incredibly spiritual, as guests discover on an Aboriginal cultural experience revealing First Nations history through Dreamtime stories and didgeridoo sessions. Discover the culture of the Nyoongar people of Western Australia’s southwest: their seasonal movements, language and how knowledge is passed from generation to generation.

See tools such as spears and boomerangs, be enthralled by a wonderful didgeridoo demonstration and discover how plants and animals in this environment have great significance to Noongar people

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Western Australia



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