Along the west coast of Australia, experience one of the world's most scenic coastal drives.
Known for its diversity, Australia’s west coast is full of vast natural beauty, dramatic rock formations, incredible beaches, luxuriant ancient rainforests and rare animal spotting.
We recommend these must-see sights when embarking on a fly-drive holiday to The West Coast, Australia:
This outback beach town has more to offer than first meets the eye! Relax on the world-famous 14-mile long beach, watch the sunset from a camel’s back, stand in ancient dinosaur footprints and spot the rare snubfin dolphin.
Immerse yourself in the natural beauty that Broome has to offer and marvel at the contrasting dramatic scenery. Be amazed as you see the bold Pindan Red Cliffs of the outback overlook the white sands and turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean.
Ningaloo Marine National Park
The pristine, aquarium-like waters and pure sands of Australia's largest fringing reef is renowned as being one of best in the world.
Ningaloo Marine Park is 300 km long, stretching from Bundegi to Red Bluff, this area is protected as a World Heritage site. Home to a diverse array of marine life, from reef sharks, manta rays, humpback whales, whale sharks, turtles, dolphin and many more smaller fish species and over 200 types of coral!
The Pinnacles Dessert
One of the major attractions along the west coast, be sure not to miss visiting this breath-taking National Park, spreading over an immense 470 acres of dessert land.
Journey through thousands of limestone pinnacles, varying in height, some reaching five meters high! Marvel at the beautifully contrasting colours of the spires and rippling sand dunes.
The most spectacular time to visit the Pinnacles Dessert is during sunrise or sunset, watch the fantastic display of remarkable patterns casted through the shadows.
This beautiful tiny island is pedestrian-only, boasting a fantastic array of secluded beaches, breath-taking walking tracks and interesting native wildlife. Immerse yourself in nature as you walk or cycle around the 11 km long island, take on some first-class snorkelling, diving, fishing and surfing.
During your visit to Rottnest Island you are bound to spot the cute, friendly native quokka; the islands only land mammal. Named as the ‘happiest animal on earth’.
Consistently ranked within the world’s top 10 most liveable, friendly and attractive cities in the world. Home to glorious weather, beautiful beaches and an easy-going, laid-back atmosphere that captures your heart from the moment you arrive. This charming city flaunts the friendliness of a small town whilst offering the amenities and culture of a large cosmopolitan.
Offering a huge variety of activities from, one of the world’s largest inner-city park, visits to the world-class wine region, white sandy beaches, first-class shopping and indulgent cuisine.
The small town, south of Perth is home to over 200 wine producers, accounting for 20 percent of Australia’s premium wines. Not only a haven for the wine lovers, Margaret River offers something for everybody. Margaret river is also known for its beautiful beaches, stunning landscapes, fantastic surf breaks and waters that are commonly home to migratory whales.
Nestled along the coast between two lighthouses, north and south of the town, fringed by beautiful limestone cliffs and caves, as part of the naturally breath-taking Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park.
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