Western Australia

The capital, Perth, is a vibrant modern town, the endless beaches and clear waters are a great attraction, the vast outback enchants with magic landscapes and Margaret River produces excellent wine.

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Develop your skills, test yourself and make new friends sailing on STS Leeuwin II tall ship, a splendid three-masted 1850’s barquentine

Situated on the coast at the southern tip of the Kimberley. The city enjoys wide beaches.

Best known for the Bungle Bungles, it is listed as UNESCO World Heritage site for its unique rock formations, landscape and natural habitat


The salt lake is Australia’s largest outdoor art gallery with creations by the artist Antony Gormley.


Exciting boat dives, PADI courses and snorkelling day trips to Perth and Rottnest Island dive sites, aboard the vessel Blue Destiny

Home of The Pinnacles Desert.

A typical seaside resort town committed to leisure fishing, tourism and professional cray fishing.


What better way to brighten up a day than to enjoy the thrill and excitement of kayak adventures.

Monkey Mia is definitely one place not to miss, The major attraction are the bottle nose dolphins.


Enjoy the delights and relaxation of a 2 hour cruise from Perth to the Swan Valley while sampling Swan Valley wines, enjoying morning tea and cheese and biscuits.

Rottnest Island is located off the coast of Perth. Ferry crossings depart from Perth and Fremantle


An opportunity to travel away from the typical `tourist` destinations, at the same time discovering the awe inspiring natural beauty of the region

Dampier Peninsula

Untouched wilderness, stunning coastline, incredible variety of wildlife

Perth is located on the west side of Australia. With a mediterranean-type climate and a river setting