WESTERN AUSTRALIA OVERVIEW
Western Australia is a state of vast dimensions and relatively small population but it is blessed with a spectacular diversity of colour and culture. You’ll find Perth in the south, and the rest of the southwest offering visitors impressive beaches, expanses of wildﬂowers and lush green forests. Equally in the north you will encounter all number of photogenic landscapes. A truly authentic Australian experience, it is easy to get lost in Western Australia. The driving distances are genuinely mind-boggling, the terrain often challenging and the elements often unforgiving. Each place is different, offering its own special qualities, jump in before everyone else follows suit. Picture-perfect Perth, the state’s capital, is set on a gorgeous coastline of white sandy beaches stretching over 80 kilometres. Perched on the banks of the Swan River, Australia’s western gateway has everything from lush parks and outdoor dining to bustling markets and a busy nightlife. Fremantle is also worth a visit - once the state’s major city, it mixes a lively multicultural lifestyle with a relaxed atmosphere and is home to an array of attractions.
ABOUT WESTERN AUSTRALIA
|FLIGHT TIME:||Approximately 18 hours|
|CLIMATE:||Western Australia’s climate is one of the most diverse in the country – which could be put down to its large size – from the tropical north with its hot monsuoonal weather, to the central desert regions and the temperate south west coastal areas.|