Destinations

Western Australia

As the largest state in Australia, Western Australia is made up of a selection of diverse regions. Western Australia is extraordinarily beautiful, the remoteness of the outback mixed with the pristine beaches and world class cuisine in Perth allow you to find adventure in every corner of the state.

Margaret River is a small town south of Perth and is known for its great surf, surrounding wineries and migratory whales between the months of June and November. If an epic adventure is what you are in need of then the Kimberley region in the north is packed with indigenous culture, striking gorges and outstanding national parks all ready to discover.

The state capital of Perth has more sunny days than any other Australian capital. This city has the best of both worlds, including creative boutique shops and curated street art, together with sandy beaches and leafy green parks.

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There are several different climates throughout Western Australia as the state is so large. Read More

There are several different climates throughout Western Australia as the state is so large. In the north the weather is tropical, with a wet season and a dry season. In the south-west there are four distinct seasons with rainfall in the winter. The hottest times are during December through February, where in some parts temperatures can reach an average high of 31°C.

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