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.
The Southeastern region features stunning national parks along the coast, including sandy white beaches, while the inland is home to the goldfields with its historical mining towns of Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie, which is home to one of the biggest and still active open pit mines in the world. The area around the goldfields is considered to be the beginning of the Australian outback and stands in stark contrast to the southern coast. To the east lies the Nullabor Plain, featuring endless and flat scenery dropping of at the sheer cliffs of the Great Australian Bight.