The Wanderlust Guide to the Best of Western Australia

Whale WatchingWestern Australia is one of the largest states in the world. Here, you can get your fill of history and culture. And if you are a nature lover, Western Australia offers amazing flora and fauna, pristine beaches, and UNESCO World Heritage reef and rock formations. Here are some thrilling things you can do in WA.

Explore the Beaches and Parks

With its long days of sunshine, you can have a good dose of Vitamin Sea in the beach-blessed Perth. Perth is a clean and lovely city surrounded by natural attractions. Apart from the beaches, you can explore the rich metropolis. Discover museums and art galleries in the morning, and go on a picnic in Kings Park in the afternoon.

Enjoy the Wildflower Fields

The Golden Outback’s fields of rare and lovely wildflowers are like nature scenes of impressionist paintings. You can witness nature in all its glorious colours when purple vetch and red grevillea burst into bloom and blanket the rust-red plain of Gascoyne-Murchison, or when everlastings carpet the Goldfields in spring.

Experience Whale Watching

Watch the annual migration of southern right whales, rare blue whales and humpback in the coasts of Western Australia. The whale watching season starts in May and lasts until December, making it one of the longest whale watching seasons in the world.  

Discover Gastronomic Delights

Experience gastronomical delights with Western Australia’s food and wine. Sample seafood in Perth and truffles in Manjimup! You should also try WA's world-class wines. WA is home to many wine regions including the world-famous Margaret River and Swan Valley.  

Western Australia is a great vacation destination for those who love exploring history, culture and nature. It’s blessed with unique flora and fauna, rock formations, beaches and many other natural wonders, making it a perfect destination for those who feel a strong desire to travel and explore a corner of the world.