Western Australia. Its ecosystems are as diverse as Australia itself, which is not surprising since its Australia’s largest state and it runs the full distance between North and south.
From gorgeous aqua beaches in the south to the red sand lined beaches of the north and everything in between Western Australia is a vast and incredibly beautiful place to explore.
Popular Things to do in Western Australia
Popular things to do and places to visit in Western Australia include:
- Gibb River Road (4wd or 4wd Tour)
- Explore Margaret River Wine Region & National Parks
- Esperance & Cape Le Grand
- Resort Time in Broome
- Snorkelling around Ningaloo Reef
- Road Trip National Parks & Remote Areas
Regions to Visit in Western Australia
Because of its size, Western Australia is home to a diverse range of wildlife from iconic tropical species like the freshwater and estuarine crocodiles in the north, island species nearly extinct on the mainland to inland desert reptiles and many mammals in the south.
You will spot plenty of wildlife out exploring in National Parks, but like anywhere in the world, jumping on a wildlife watching tour (link to WA wildlife tours on viator) can give you a better chance at spotting more elusive species with guides often having a good idea of the best wildlife watching spots.
Popular Parks in Western Australia include Kings Park in Perth and regional and remote parks such as Cape Range, Cape Le Grand, Karijini and many more.
Read More about Western Australias National Parks.
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