Step back in time 420 million years ago at Kalbarri National Park in Western Australia. Home to iconic river-carved gorges & fossilised rock formations.
Heading on a road trip up north soon? Just a short drive from Kalbarri is a Pink Lake that really does appear pink when the conditions are right. Read more.
Going on a road trip down south? Take a quick detour to Gnomesville, a quirky village made up of thousands of gnomes in the scenic Ferguson Valley,
Chasing adrenaline? Head to Lancelin Sand Dunes – WA’s premiere spot for sandboarding, 4 wheel driving, trail bike riding, quad biking, plus much more!
Western Australia has some of the most darkest night skies in the world, with our southern sky offering stargazers & photographers the best views of the Milky Way Galaxy. Learn more about stargazing in Western Australia.
Our unique isolation is paradise for bees, with WA honey rated among the best tasting in the world. Learn all about the sweet rewards of beekeeping.
Western Australia is the only state in Australia that allows unlicensed riders & non-road registered bikes to ride in designated trail riding areas.
The Mundaring Weir is a great tourist attraction filled with educational, historical & natural attractions for all to enjoy.
If you’re looking to get back in touch with nature again this weekend, visit Bells Rapids in Brigadoon to explore its scenic streams & bush walking trails.
Western Australia has one of the longest, pristine coastlines in the world. Find out where the best fishing spots in Western Australia are with this guide.