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It’s big, beautiful and billions of years old. Western Australia is around the size of Western Europe and accounts for one-third of the Australian continent which means its sweeping beaches, lush wine regions and epic outback landscapes are unspoiled and uncrowded. This is the real Australia, with some surprises along the way including bubblegum pink lakes, towering forests and lunar landscapes. Plus, there are four World Heritage Sites, ranging from the stunning Ningaloo Reef, the longest fringing reef in the world where you can snorkel with those gentle giants – the whale shark – to the dramatic striped domes of the Bungle Bungle Range in the Kimberley.

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Start your journey with five nights in laid back Perth, which is the perfect base to experience the surrounding sites of Freemantle, Rottnest Island and the Swan River vineyards. You will stay steps away from the famous Scarborough Beach, packed with fresh seafood restaurants, entertainment and not to forget soft white sands of Indian Ocean. Next stop is Margaret River region, with three nights you'll be sure to make the most of this picturesq... Show More
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Your Australian adventure starts in the country’s sunniest capital, Perth. This laidback city is famous for its wonderful weather, great dining scene and easy-going lifestyle. You can visit Kings Park, the largest inner-city park in the world, and explore the Botanic Gardens. Then, you’ll set off on a an 11 day self drive exploring Geraldton, Carnarvon, Coral Bay, Monkey Mia, Pinnacles & Nambung National Park. This road trip will take you to sigh... Show More
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Uncover the wonders of Western Australia with first stop Perth on a holiday that showcases some of the most breathtaking experiences. Start with 3nts in Crown Promenade Perth. With bustling atmosphere of the region's capital Perth, where you can visit Perth Zoo, Scitech Planetarium and the wineries of the Swan Valley before continuing for 6 days on a self drive exploring the Margaret River Wine region & country side towns of Pemberton & Albany fi... Show More
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Start your holiday in Perth, the gateway to Australia. Known for its relaxed, laid back vibe and world class food, wine, surf & beaches Perth & surroundings will make you fall in love with the Western Australia. Stay 3nts in Perth City and explore the iconic landmarks, history & nightlife. Head to Scarborough, just outside Perth to spend 3nts at the crystal clear blue Indian Ocean & soft white sands packed with Aussie beach side culture. Journey ... Show More
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Western Australia

Easily the largest state within Australia, Western Australia encompasses everything you could ever want from a holiday Down Under.

It's a nature lovers’ paradise where you can sunbathe with kangaroos in Esperance, snorkel with the ‘big three’ – gentle whale sharks, humpback whales and giant manta rays – at Ningaloo Reef or meet quokkas and wild dolphins in the city of Perth. Pristine, sweeping beaches can be found all along its 7,000 miles of coastline, from the white sands of Lucky Bay in Esperance to Cable Beach in Broome where the Indian Ocean meets the red outback. See some of the best on a road trip from Perth to Margaret River and Albany – a gourmet loop that takes in boutique vineyards, artisan cheese and chocolate producers and towering forests.

A holiday to Western Australia is like no other in the world as the coastline is uniquely beautiful, with landscapes that will leave you utterly breathless.

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Things to do in Western Australia

  • Go for a walk in the sky at the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk
  • Visits the dolphins of Monkey Mia
  • Learn to blend your own wine or hunt for truffles in Margaret River and Manjimup
  • Take a trip to the moon in your hire car at the Pinnacles
  • Discover the Kimberley’s ancient rock art and fascinating pearling history

If you would like to know more about our holidays to Western Australia, call our experts on 0203 139 7074.

Packing Tips

As the second largest state in the world (half the size of Europe), Western Australia’s sunny climate has shaped some of the world’s most biodiverse landscapes. There is a huge range of activities on offer in this part of the country, so you’ll want to pack something to suit every and any occasion. We’d recommend clothes for the beach sightseeing and dining in the city and comfortable outfit for enjoying the walking and cycling trails and various active tours. Perth enjoys the ‘Fremantle Doctor’ a reliable afternoon breeze which cools down the city and makes it a great sailing and wind surfing destination but do take a light jacket as well as plenty of sun cream. The range of stuff you’ll need truly reflects how diverse this part of Australia can be.

Pack your layers according to what season you’ll visiting during. Summer time (December to March) tends to be very hot and dry – so leave the umbrella at home. Winter however tends to be wet and mild, so you may want that umbrella (and an anorak) after all.

As with all of Australia, we’d also recommend packing insect repellent too – because you can never be too careful.

Essential Information

  • Country Capital-Canberra
  • State Capital-Perth
  • Currency-Australian Dollar
  • Language-English
  • Time Zone- GMT +8 hours.

Weather in Western Australia

From the Mediterranean climate in the south, desert in the east and tropical conditions in the north, it is always summer somewhere in Western Australia.

WA’s capital city of Perth is bathed in sunshine for an average of nine hours a day, with a total of 131 perfect blue-sky days every year. That officially makes it the sunniest capital city in Australia, with one of the most enviable outdoor lifestyles in the world. From November to March temperatures both here and the South West are regularly between 25 and 35°C. February is generally the hottest month. Temperatures hover around 12°C in winter (June to August) in Perth and a touch cooler in the South West.

When the southern half of the state starts to cool in April, the tropical north takes over with long days of sunshine. If you are visiting the Kimberley, go in the ‘dry season’ (April to September), with maximum daytime temperatures around 29°C. In contrast, the ‘green season’ (October to March), brings tropical rainstorms, high humidity, temperatures in the high 30s and fewer crowds. Please note heavy rains and floods can cause road closures during these months.

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