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1. Discover the Wildflowers in Spring
Home to one of Earth’s largest wildflower collections, explore the gorgeous wildflowers WA has to offer and wander through the scenic countryside. There are plenty of tours to help guide your through the region where you can learn about the different wildflower species up close. Click here to view more information about the tours available.
2. Take a Quokka Selfie!
Head over to Rottnest Island and get yourself a selfie with the adorable quokkas who inhabit the island. Guided tours on both land and sea offer insightful experiences, from wildlife encounters, to history and cultural tours bringing Rottnest’s colourful maritime, convict, colonial and World War II heritage vividly to life. Click hereto find out more.
3. Have a Whale of a Time with Whale Watching Experiences And More…
From whale watching charters to spotting dolphins along the coast and swimming with shark whales, there’s tours to suit everyone’s adventurous (or not so adventurous spirit).
Click here to view the whale watching tours in the Margaret River Region
Click here to view more information on swimming with Whale Sharks in Exmouth or Coral Bay
Click here to view more water sport activities including stand up surfing
4. Watch the Sunset while on a Camel Ride in Broome
Broome’s famous Cable Beach boasts sun-kissed white sand, turquoise water and spectacular Indian Ocean sunsets. An experience never to forget to is take in all the splendour whilst riding a camel. See here for more information.
5. Eat and Drink Your Way Through WA on Wine & Food Tours
WA has some of world’s best award winning wines from the Swan Valley region to the infamous Margaret River Region. Click hereto explore all the different food and wine tour options to discover the amazing local produce.