Western Australia is big. It covers one third of the Australian continent, yet only two million people live here. As a result, visitors can explore pristine wilderness and natural attractions that are completely undisturbed.
Western Australia is blessed with a diverse landscape and filled with a range of environments to entice visitors.
Just north of Perth the scenery starts to change dramatically and after a short drive it becomes obvious that the outback begins. While there is not much of interest for visitors in the inland, the coast is packed with spectacular places from the pinnacles of the Nambung National Park to the rugged mountains and gorges of the Kalbarri region to the world famous Shark Bay where one can swim with Dolphines.