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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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


Includes Penguin Island and Seal Island.

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

A World Heritage Site. It protects the Ningaloo Reef coral gardens and fish. It is possible to snorkel from the sandy beaches, dive and swim with whale sharks, manta rays, dolphins, dugongs and turtles

Cervantes, on the shore of the Jurien Bay Marine Park, is the gateway to the famous Pinnacles in the Nambung National Park.

Margaret River

Wine, beer and food tours and private chartered tours in the Margaret River Wine Region.

Dampier Peninsula

Untouched wilderness, stunning coastline, incredible variety of wildlife

A small town south-east of Perth famous for the Wave Rock, an unusual rock formation (14 m high) that is shaped like a tall breaking ocean wave.

A popular tourist destination for its beaches, limestone caves and because it is near Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park

Margaret River

Margaret River Winery, Brewery tours and explore caves and cliffs with a canoe and on foot on the unique Margaret River.


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