Stay in accommodation in Western Australia and explore the country's largest state. Western Australia is jam packed with unique nature-based tourism experiences scattered across a broad range of regional centres.
PERTH, SCARBOROUGH, SWAN VALLEY, ROCKINGHAM, MANDURAH
The capital of Perth is Australia's western gateway and a great place to start your holiday. Perth City offers an easy-going lifestyle - the beautiful Swan River and inner city parks like Kings Park add to the relaxed, natural feel. There is much to see and do in this part of the State, from swimming in crystal clear ocean waters to enjoying a sunny afternoon sipping a cold beer at an open-air pub. Perth accommodation makes a great base for exploring the state of Western Australia, which is perfect for a diving holiday. Perth apartments and hotels are a great base to visit one of the city's main tourist attractions. Stay in Fremantle accommodation to experience the colourful and historic sea port.
Just north of Perth is the Sunset Coast and there is something for everyone, which makes it the perfect holiday destination for all ages in any season. Scarborough accommodation (Bayside) and Sorrento accommodation makes an ideal location for a Perth Holiday.
Western Australia's oldest wine growing region, the Swan Valley, is easily accessible from accommodation in Perth. Or stay in Swan Valley accommodation and take your time to explore the area, which boasts a number of award-winning wineries. Or enjoy the Avon Valley by staying in York accommodation.
Rockingham accommodation is ideal for penguin viewing or for a diving holiday. Rockingham is located 47km south west of Perth CBD. Approximately 74km south of Perth, Mandurah is blessed with a unique blend of coast, bushland, industry and inner-city living. A tourist's paradise, Mandurah is also the capital of the Peel region and considered the gateway to the South West. Accommodation in Mandurah includes hotels, motels and resort accommodation. Apartment accommodation in Mandurah is ideal for longer holidays.
SOUTH WEST - BUNBURY, BUSSELTON, MARGARET RIVER, BLACKWOOD VALLEY, PEMBERTON, SOUTHERN FORESTS, ALBANY, DENMARK
A little further south of Mandurah is Bunbury. Accommodation in Bunbury includes motels, bed and breakfast accommodation and apartments in Bunbury. An appealing array of holiday options await you in Bunbury: dolphins, golden beaches, cinemas, racing and sports carnivals, world class restaurants and Bunbury's vibrant cappuccino strip and waterfront development.
Busselton accommodation is ideal for enjoying breathtaking beaches, stunning surf breaks, world-renowned wineries and magnificent coastlines, the perfect holiday experience. If you are a wine enthusiast, stay in Margaret River accommodation and experience one of Australia's best known wine regions. Accommodation in Blackwood Valley, approx 3 hours drive from Perth, includes Ford House at Bridgetown, a beautiful little town north of Pemberton. Explore the Karri Forests while staying in accommodation in Pemberton.
Accommodation in the Southern Forests includes a variety of cottage and cabin accommodation close to Walpole.
If you are on a diving holiday stay in Albany accommodation for easy access to the HMAS Perth wreck. The area also boasts the famous Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, suspended 40m above the forest floor. Denmark accommodation is ideal for exploring the Great Southern Coast Region.
OUTBACK - KALGOORLIE, ESPERANCE
Stay in Kalgoorlie hotels to experience the golden outback of Western Australia. The area is dotted with historic goldmining settlements and boasts true outback culture and scenery as well as wildlife.
Esperance hotels are a great base for exploring the rugged coast line, sandy coves, national parks and offshore islands of the area, which is famous for world class windsurfing and diving.
CORAL COAST - GERALDTON, KALBARRI, SHARK BAY, CARNARVON, EXMOUTH
Stay in Exmouth, Monkey Mia or Geraldton accommodation to experience Western Australia's Coral Coast, which boasts beautiful deep blue ocean and exotic marine life. Swim with the world's largest fish, the whaleshark, snorkel at Ningaloo Reef, mingle with wild dolphins at Monkey Mia and see the fascinating rock formations of the Pinnacles.
NORTH WEST AND KIMBERLEY - KARRATHA, PORT HEDLAND, CABLE BEACH, BROOME, HALLS CREEK, KUNUNARRA
See dinosaur footprints preserved in rock, the beautiful white sands of Cable Beach and learn of WA's pearling history, using Broome accommodation as a base. Experience Australia's last frontier of pristine wilderness, the Kimberley by staying in Kimberley accommodation.
There are so many ways to travel around the regions and plenty of wonderful things to see and experience when you get there. Nowhere else in the world can you experience and interact with such unique natural attractions. Dive with the world's largest fish - the whale shark, snorkel with manta rays, swim with wild dolphins, walk amongst the tree tops of ancient trees, sleep under a canopy of stars in the desert, or explore the beehive-like formations of the Bungle Bungles with the help of an Aboriginal guide. The big variety of landscapes and climates in Western Australia means there is always plenty of sunshine, making it a perfect year-round destination. It is a land blessed with spectacular diversity where the deep reds of ancient interior rock formations contrast with the sparkling blue of the Indian and Southern Oceans and the lush greenery of the stunning southern regions. Western Australia is famous for its long days of sunshine, spotless blue skies and brilliant beaches.
Western Australia truly is the authentic Australian experience - Accommodation in Western Australia.