Why Come to Perth and Western Australia

Western Australia, the largest state of Australia, covers almost one third of Australia. It is well known for its blue skies, warm sunny climate and stretches of white sandy beaches. Western Australia holds some the world's most precious natural phenomena including the friendly dolphins of Monkey Mia, the 300 million year old Bungle Bungle range and the towering karri forests of the South West. Listed below are the most popular and must see attractions around Western Australia.

Pinnacles Wave Rock
Wildflower Monkey Mia
Whale Sharks Rottnest Island
Indian Pacific Staircase to the Moon
Bungle Bungle Tree Top Walk
Whale Watching  


January and February
The best time to see turtles laying thousands of eggs on the beaches of Exmouth.

March to June
Whale sharks season along the shores of Exmouth.

March and April
An opportunity to walk to the moon. During the nights, the moon extends to the ocean waters in Broome and it looks like a stairway to the moon. Seeing is believing.

August to October
Wild Flower season in the south west and west regions of Western Australia.

August and September
Whale watching season in the South West.

September to November
Whale watching season along the beaches of Perth.

September to April
Swim with the dolphins and sea lions around the Perth coastline

November to March
Penguin and bird watching at Penguin Island.

Popular Sights to see all year round
The Pinnacles, Margaret River, Wave Rock, Monkey Mia Dolphins, Bungle Bungle Range, Ningaloo Reef, Kalbarri Gorges, Rottnest Island and Albany

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