Playing The Tourist in WA
Holiday season is fast approaching and so many of us are planning to hop on a plane and zoom away to a tropical paradise. Sadly though, many Western Australian's haven't seen the wonderful sights WA has to offer. Instead of heading to Bali this year, check out these places to see along the WA coast - and the discounts you can benefit from on your travels!
Head to the northern point of WA to start your journey, where the red dirt meets turquoise ocean and the beaches stretch out as far as the eye can see. Broome has much to offer with pearly white beaches, pearl farms, crocodile parks and so much more.
DO - Head to Broome and let ADAMS do the work for you with a tour through historical Broome.
Bask in the sun and see some of Western Australia's most ancient and sacred sights. Just inland from the coast are WA's world-reknowned gorges and waterfalls at The Karijini National Park.
STAY - Onlsow Beach Resort offer relaxed, civilised sophistication – a refreshing welcome when travelling through the remote, rugged beauty of the Pilbara region.
The Coral Coast
Heading down the gorgeous coastline to some of WA's most amazing beaches. Shell Beach in Shark Bay with its billions of sparkling white shells and Monkey Mia with the friendly aquatic inhabitants.
DO - Swim with the majestic Whale Sharks along the protected Ningaloo Reef.
Carry on past the hustle and bustle of Perth City and into the Peel Region. Relax in Mandurah along the canals and cruise through Yalgorup National Park.
DO - Hop on board with Mandurah Cruises to learn all about Peel's unique birdlife and the resident Indo-Pacific Bottlenosed Dolphin.
The South West
Down to the very southern tip of WA. The South West boasts some of the best surfing in WA, the incredible Mammoth, Jewel and Lake caves and world-famous wineries for you to have a cheeky taster or two.
STAY - The Caves Road Chalets are close to it all - and they'll even let you bring your pets along!
The Great Southern
You've come this far, head around the bend and visit Albany, one of WA's most interesting and beautiful locations. Watch the majestic whales, step on board the Brig Amity and visit Albany's Historic Whaling Station.
DO - Visit the Albany Golf Club to relax with 18 holes.