With the Australian dollar at less than half the British pound, it’s a lot cheaper to travel than it has been in recent years. This is especially kind to holiday-makers or visiting friends and family, with leisure activities, eating out and tours at a much lower cost.
The regional parts of Western Australia receive more visitors during the southern winter, when the temperatures are kinder further north and activities and experiences take precedence over lounging on the beach. With a lower cost in travel, those looking for leisure are also heading to more regional locations such as Broome and Margaret River for different experiences.
Staircase To The Moon
You have until 27th November to witness the last Staircase To The Moon of 2015 in Broome. Ok, so we may still be a few months away, but the best time of year to go to Broome is now, so why wait? With beautiful weather and gorgeous beaches, it’s one of the best places to be during July and August, during which the dates and times of the Staircase To The Moon are as follows:
2nd July, 5.47pm
3rd July, 6.47pm
4th July, 7.47pm
1st August, 6.34pm
2nd August, 7.36pm
30th August, 6.19pm
31st August, 7.22pm
Whale Shark Season Is Nearly Over!
Every year, whale sharks descend upon Exmouth and the Ningaloo Reef to feed on plankton, and we’re given the chance to swim alongside them, but they don’t hang around for long. The peak season to swim with the whale sharks is between April and July, so you don’t have long to get your trip in before they leave us for another year!
Article courtesy BBM Live Magazine