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Holidays To Western Australia & Perth

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Australia’s best beaches are located around Perth while the western coast is well known for outback adventures, exploring the ocean depths and even setting off on a wine tasting trail. Holidays to Western Australia Perth offer you a world of leisurely thrills. Enjoy sun sand and surf as you relax on the stunning beaches of Perth, such as iconic Cable Beach where thrilling camel rides are on the cards. Scuba dive and discover the exotic marine creatures that thrive in the waters off the western coast or scuba dive around the crystal clear waters of Turquoise Bay just minutes from gorgeous Ningaloo Bay. Natural parks and reserves offer excellent camping options for enjoying the thrills of sleeping under the stars; camp around rugged coastlines, verdant rainforests and seaside cliffs-offering breath taking views. Impress your loved ones by dining at gourmet restaurants that offer impeccable wine lists or savour some culture by visiting the Aborigine sites. All-inclusive holidays to Western Australia & Perth are convenient and economical travel options; that help you save while scoring the cheapest flights to Perth. Choose accommodation from well-placed comfortable hotels. Book holidays to Western Australia & Perth today!


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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +8:00 hours

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Emirates, Cathay Pacific, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Qantas


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Best Time to Travel

January to April, September to December

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Check out our Top 10 attractions in and make sure you don't miss it

Margaret River

Central spot for surfers this top attraction is home to gourmet restaurants and fabulous art galleries. This popular tourist destination is located 3.5 hours from Perth. Explore glistening white-sand beaches, timber forests and limestone caves. Surf, whale watch, kayak, fish and mountain climb.

Broome and Kimberley

Broome Australia’s pearling capital located within Kimberley is home to famous Cable Beach. The beach framed by red cliffs boasts 22kms of white sand where camel rides are available at sunset. Relish museum tours, natural phenomenon - ‘Staircase to the Moon’ and exploring Malcolm Douglass Wilderness Park.

Purnululu National Park - Bungle Bungle

This magical park was a secret until 1983. Now it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Bungle Bungle exhibits unique beehive shaped rock domes, deep gorges and chasms. It was home to Aborigines for centuries housing ceremonial sites, rock paintings and burial grounds. Take the aerial tour and enjoy.

Ningaloo Reef Marine Park

World’s biggest fringing reef Ningaloo lets you swim with Whale Sharks. Stretching 260kms from Amherst Point to Bundegi; Ningaloo is home to manta rays, humpback whales, turtles, over 500 fish species and 300 types of coral. Enjoy Coral Bay’s white sand beaches, snorkelling and swimming.

Rottnest Island

Rottnest is a car free reserve accessible by ferry from Perth or Fremantle. Enjoy glistening bays, coral reefs and white-sand beaches. Rottnest is home to rat like marsupials Quokkas, partial to Western Australia. The museum, relics of shipwrecks, marine trails and lookout points add to the allure.

Shark Bay and Monkey Mia

UNESCO World Heritage Site Shark Bay is home to some of the world’s highest and verdant sea-grass beds. Shell Beach is favoured for spectacular views while the friendly dolphins of Monkey Mia are loved. Camel rides, 4 wheel drives, kayaking and fishing are on the cards.

Kings Park and Botanic Gardens

Close to Perth City Centre the gardens overlook beautiful Swan River and Darling Range. Two thirds of the 1000 acres comprise of bushland home to native birds and plants. Climb Mount Eliza and drink in spectacular views of the city. The park at night is a romantic haven.

Swan River

Swan River seems to embrace Perth in its folds. Aboriginal legend states the rainbow serpent Waugal was the creator of the lake. Join a river cruise up to Swan Valley, picnic by the lake shores, fish, swim or kayak under sunny skies. Foodies please note, Swan Valley is loved for artisan food.

Fabulous Beaches of Perth

Choose to relax on anyone of Perth’s gorgeous beaches. Cottesloe just 15 minutes from the city centre is one of the most famous; well known for its ‘café culture’. City Beach with its kiddie’s playground is ideal for families while Trigg Point is loved for excellent surf breaks.

Perth Zoo

Opened in 1898 Perth Zoo exhibits unique Australian wildlife; with the bushland and wetland exhibits. African savannah and rainforest feature exotic wildlife from around the world. Well worth a visit.