Western Australia is one of the largest states in the world, and it also has such a diverse ecosystem, from deserts to rainforest. The place has scenic landscapes, beaches, gorges, and waterfalls. There are a lot of places to go and a lot of things to enjoy in Western Australia. If an escape from the modern world is what you want and need, this is the place to be.
Rottnest Island, the home of the world famous quokkas, boasts of beaches, bays and coral reefs. This island is a place to unwind; there are no cars on the road. You’ll be able to enjoy the glory of nature, and also learn the history and culture of the island.
For food lovers out there, the place to visit is Margaret River. Margaret River is the wine region of Australia. It has many wineries, restaurants, and cafes. The Margaret River area is famous for their vineyards with scenic backgrounds of oceans and forest. You’ll be able to have dinner and enjoy the majestic view. The area holds wine and food festivals that are now making Margaret River a popular tourist area.
For those looking for adventure, Karinjiri National Park is the best place to be. The national park offers hiking trails and ancient gorges for rock climbing. People can explore tunnels, chasms, and go swimming in the waterways and water pools.
Western Australia is also visited by the world’s largest fish, the whale sharks. Whale sharks visit Ningaloo Reef from March to July. For those who love to see whale sharks in their natural habitat, Ningaloo reef offers a once in a lifetime experience when you go swimming with the world’s largest fish.
You can also ride a camel to the beach. Cable beach is famous for its white sand, turquoise water, and its spectacular sunset. You’ll be able to enjoy these things while sitting on top of a camel.
Western Australia has such a diverse ecosystem. It still has more gems in store for tourists and travellers. For people who are looking for adventure, nature trips, food and wine, Australia should be at the top of your bucket list.