1. Cable Beach
Before leaving Broome, say goodbye to Cable Beach. However long you’ve been in this beachside town, chances are you’ll have fallen in love with the golden sands and even more golden sunsets.
2. Hancock Gorge
This deep gorge found in Karijini National Park and is surrounded by layers of rock with a freshwater pool to freshen up once you reach the bottom.
3. Manta Rays
These huge but gentle giants can be found in the shallow waters of the Ningaloo Reef year-round, and are great to snorkel with as they aren’t dangerous to humans.
4. Coral Reef
Ningaloo Marine Park holds 200 different types of hard coral and 50 soft coral along a 260km fringing reef that you just have to see with your own eyes!
5. Shell Beach
Located in Shark Bay, Shell Beach is made up of billions of tiny sea shells that stretch for 60km!
The wild dolphins of Monkey Mia are famous for coming up to the shore to meet visitors, getting you closer than ever before to these adorable mammals!
7. Natures Window
You’re more likely to through it than at it, but Natures Window in Kalbarri National Park is the perfect frame for the view of the valley and Murchison River.
8. Sea Lions
Not only can you see sea lions at Jurien Bay, you can swim with them! Get up close and personal with these playful creatures and it will be a highlight of your journey.
9. The Pinnacles
One of Australia’s most famous rock formations, the Pinnacles are hundreds of jutting limestone rocks sticking up out of the yellow sand dunes – and you can see them up close or from up high in a helicopter!
10. View of Perth City from Kings Park
Look down upon the city of Perth from the 400 hectares of Kings Park and walk amongst the flora that flourishes in springtime.
Article courtesy BBM Live Magazine