Karijini National Park
Here’s where you’ll find a world of activity and adventure when you travel Western Australia. Karijini National Park is the state’s natural amusement park with waterfalls, gorges, pools, valleys and canyons made up of rock millions years old. As a result, there are plenty of things to do here including swimming, rock climbing, abseiling, camping and hiking.
One of the few places on Earth where wild bottlenose dolphins come up to the shore almost every day, Monkey Mia is a coastal paradise. You can meet these beautiful marine mammals in the morning and then explore the surrounds of Monkey Mia, including the red dunes of Francois Peron National Park and go kayaking in the waters of Shark Bay.
The largest fringing reef in the world is the Ningaloo Reef and it’s right here in Western Australia! It’s so close that you can snorkel right off the shore and be met with beautiful coral and fish in all different colours. Located in Coral Bay, snorkelling is unsurprisingly popular here, particularly with visiting whale sharks and resident manta rays.
The Pinnacles Desert
The Pinnacles Desert is made up of thousands of limestone formations that jut out of the yellow sands of Nambung National Park. Standing several metres tall, these eerie, alien-like structures are a sight to behold during sunrise and sunset. While they may look more like a landscape from outer space, they were created over millions of years from shells of the sea.
This seaside town is so calm and relaxed, it almost feels like it has its own time. Whether you want to collect some gorgeous pearls, take a camel ride on the beach or watch the Staircase To The Moon, there are so many reasons to visit Broome when you travel Western Australia.