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The 8 Most Highlighted Places to Visit in Western Australia

Western Australia is a vast and diverse state, offering a wide range of experiences for visitors. Here are some of the most highlighted places to visit in Western Australia:

  1. Perth: Perth is the capital city of Western Australia and offers a unique blend of urban and natural experiences. Visitors can explore the city’s vibrant cultural scene, including the Perth Cultural Centre, which features museums, art galleries, and theatres. The city also offers a range of outdoor activities, including swimming at Cottesloe Beach, hiking in Kings Park, and exploring the Swan River.
  2. Margaret River: This region is renowned for its world-class wineries, surf breaks, and natural beauty. Visitors can explore the many wineries and breweries in the area, as well as enjoy the region’s stunning beaches, caves, and forests. Margaret River is also a popular spot for foodies, with a range of gourmet restaurants, farmers markets and food festivals.
  3. Rottnest Island: This island is located off the coast of Perth and is known for its unique wildlife, particularly the quokkas, small marsupials that are native to the island. Visitors can explore the island’s many bays and beaches, as well as take in the island’s rich cultural and historical heritage, including the Rottnest Island Heritage trail.
  4. Ningaloo Reef: This reef is located in the northwest of Western Australia and is known for its diverse marine life and excellent snorkelling and diving opportunities. Visitors can take a boat tour to the reef and see a wide range of marine life, including whale sharks, manta rays, and turtles.
  5. The Kimberley: This region is known for its rugged beauty, remote wilderness, and Indigenous culture. Visitors can explore the area’s natural wonders, including the Bungle Bungle Range, Mitchell Falls, and the Horizontal Falls. They can also experience the rich Indigenous culture of the area by visiting the Kimberley’s many art galleries and cultural centres.
  6. The Pinnacles: Located in the Nambung National Park, the Pinnacles Desert is a natural wonder. The thousands of limestone pillars that jut out of the desert floor are a sight to see. The park also offers a number of hiking trails, as well as the opportunity to spot local wildlife such as emus and kangaroos.
  7. Shark Bay: This World Heritage-listed site is home to a diverse range of marine life, including dolphins, dugongs, and sharks. Visitors can take a boat tour to spot these creatures, and also explore the area’s historical and cultural heritage, including the Shark Bay Heritage trail.
  8. The Goldfields: This region is known for its rich gold mining history, and the town of Kalgoorlie, which is one of the largest gold-mining towns in the world. Visitors can explore the area’s many gold mines, as well as take in the region’s colourful history and culture, by visiting the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Heritage trail.

Each of these places offers a unique experience and a glimpse into the rich history, culture and diversity of Western Australia, making it a destination that offers something for everyone to enjoy.