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.
Western Australia's north is a heaven for outdoor and camping enthusiasts. Vast open spaces, some of the best outback scenery in the country, Whale Sharks at the Ningaloo Reef, ancient and modern Aboriginal culture and an astonishing variety of wildlife make for an unforgetable visit. Coral Bay and Broome are great places to relax for a little while, while other towns such as Karratha and Port Hedland offer interesting insights into Australia's mining industry.