W.A. has one of the most stunning and unique coastlines and collections of National Parks in the world. We live here and get to take people to visit these destinations every day so we may be a bit biased but once you’ve had the pleasure of travelling Western Australia for yourself, we have no doubt you’ll agree.
Here’s our top picks of 5 must visit Western Australia destinations along the route from Perth to Broome.
1. Nambung National Park
An unworldly landscape - which is the first stop when travelling from Perth to Broome absolutely must be the Pinnacles in Cervantes. These ancient rock formations stand eerily as if growing out of the ground. Have your mind blown in the Nambung National Park with some of these rock formations reaching an incredible 2-3 metres high.
2. Kalbarri National Park
There’s more incredible rock formations to see here including Nature’s window, Murchison Gorge - which you can abseil into - and huge coastal cliffs, more than 300ft high. There are endless things to do in the Kalbarri National Park, including an afternoon kayaking through the waterways and hikes through the challenging terrain with the most unimaginable sites.
3. Monkey Mia
One of the most popular destination on Perth to Broome Hop on Hop off Tours, Monkey Mia is world famous for its playful dolphins. The dolphins of Monkey Mia known for swimming into the shallows where you can get really close and personal with the marine mammals and even get a chance at hand feeding them.
4. Coral Bay
Experience the incredible Ningaloo Reef in Coral Bay where an underwater world of marine life is just a few metres swim from the shore. There are plenty of tours to take you to secretive snorkelling spots and the Coral Bay town itself is a fine addition to its colourful and tranquil waters.
Broome could easily compete to be the most beautiful town in Western Australia – but don’t take our word for it. Pay a visit to this coastal paradise and you could be riding along Cable Beach on the back of a camel during sunset and spotting humpback whales from an ocean charter. Full of exceptional travel experiences as the door to The Kimberley region, accommodation is rife including hotels, camping parks, B&Bs, resorts and hostels.
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Article courtesy BBM Live Magazine