Western Australia is divided into five tourism areas and each region boasts unique attractions and experiences that are distinct to that area.
Fremantle and the capital of Western Australia, Perth, are within the Experience Perth region. This region also includes Mandurah, Rottnest Island, Scarborough, Cottesloe, the Swan Valley and the Avon Valley.
All the essential ingredients for a great Australian holiday are here–some of the country's best beaches and spectacular sunsets, plenty of nightlife, bustling markets, inner city parks, outdoor dining and amazing marine adventures.
Experience Perth brochures are a guide to visiting Perth and surrounding areas. The brochures provide a range of attractions, tours, accommodation, travel information and upcoming events in this region.
For more information visit the Experience Perth website, like on Facebook, follow on Twitter, subscribe to their You Tube channel or e-newsletter.
Australia's South West
South of the Experience Perth region is Australia’s South West which includes Margaret River, Dunsborough, Busselton, Bunbury, Bridgetown, Walpole, Albany and Denmark.
From towering forests to whale watching, fine food and wine to world class surfing, Australia's South West offers some of the most varied travel experiences in Western Australia.
Australia’s South West holiday planner will assist visitors planning their trip, provide information on what to see and do, maps, itineraries, exciting events and more, this guide is perfect for those looking to get away for a couple of weeks or just a few days.
For more information visit Australia’s South West website, like on Facebook or follow on Instagram.
Australia's Coral Coast
North of the Experience Perth Region is Australia's Coral Coast. This region includes Exmouth, Coral Bay, Monkey Mia, Kalbarri and Geraldton.
Discover uninterrupted stretches of white sandy beaches, untouched coral reefs just metres from the shore, breathtaking gorges and brilliant carpets of colourful wildflowers. This region is filled with unique natural attractions including the Pinnacles Desert, Abrolhos Islands, Kalbarri National Park and the Shark Bay World Heritage Area.
Australia’s Coral Coast holiday planner is an essential guide to planning a holiday. The guide includes maps, travel tips, events, attractions, tours and accommodation.
For more information visit Australia’s Coral Coast website or like on Facebook or subscribe to their You Tube channel.
Australia's Golden Outback
Australia’s Golden Outback region includes the towns of Yalgoo, Cue and Mt Magnet in the north; goldfields towns of Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie to the east, Wave Rock and the southern coastal town of Esperance.
Vast clear skies and theatrical landscapes, true outback adventures, Aboriginal encounters and visits to settlements built by goldrush pioneers is just some of the amazing experiences available in Australia’s Golden Outback. Driving becomes an activity in itself, and camping under the stars is a mystical experience.
Australia’s Golden Outback holiday planner will help plan a visit to the Golden Outback containing useful information on what to do, accommodation, tour options and self drive itinerates.
For more information visit Australia’s Golden Outback website, like on Facebook, follow on Twitter or Pinterest, or subscribe to their You Tube channel.
Australia's North West
Australia's North West region covers over one million square kilometres, encompassing the Kimberley and Pilbara regions including Broome, Port Hedland, Dampier and Exmouth.
Visitors will find some of the world’s most amazing untouched wilderness in this region of Western Australia. The ancient landscapes of these regions are a contrast of rugged ranges of the Bungle Bungle’s and Karinjini National Park, stunning gorges featured along the Gibb River Road and pristine sandy beaches and untouched islands and reefs of Cape Leveque and Dampier Archipeligo.
Australia’s North West holiday planner is filled with attractions, maps, itinerates, travel tips, events, climate information and more. It is an essential guide to planning a holiday to the North West.
For more information visit Australia’s North West website, like them on Facebook, follow them on Twitter or subscribe to their You Tube channel.
For information on national parks in all of the West Australian regions visit the Department of Parks and Wildlife website.