Perth

Wildlife, wilderness, rivers, ocean, desert, gorges, vineyards, forests and wildflowers and friendly locals… Western Australia has it all with a coastline of over 13,000 kilometres. Choose Perth and Western Australia as your next incentive or meeting destination and you will be sure to surprise.

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Experience Perth
The journey starts in Perth – a sophisticated, stylish city with pristine coastline and relaxed lifestyle. Perth offers white sand beaches, championship golf courses and classic vineyards. Visit King’s Park with its panoramic view of Perth or enjoy a scenic cruise on the Swan River.

The Swan Valley is where you can taste wines at award winning wineries, cuddle a wombat or hand feed a Kangaroo at Caversham Wildlife Park. Experience the historic port city of Fremantle and enjoy fresh seafood on the Fishing Boat Harbour.

South West & Great Southern Regions
Located south from Perth, Busselton is the gateway to the Margaret River Region.  Enjoy an epicurean experience with wines, fine dining in relaxed settings. Bush  walking or team building through tall Karri Forests; Humpback whale watching along the coast as the mammals migrate north to warmer waters; Dive on the wrecks of the HMAS Swan teaming with marine life; explore limestone caves or adventure caving with hard hats & torches

Coral Coast
North of Perth, this region includes many of Western Australia’s well known natural attractions and experiences; the Pinnacles Desert with it’s moon like landscape, Abrolhos Islands, Kalbarri National Park, the Shark Bay World Heritage area at Monkey Mia and play with the wild Dolphins; and the incredible Ningaloo Reef where you can either swim with the world’s largest fish – the Whale Shark or wade out 150 meters from the beach onto this beautiful reef teaming with marine life.

North West Frontier
The rugged Kimberley and Pilbara region stretches over a million square kilometres offering extraordinary grandeur, colour and contrast. Visit the resort town of Broome and enjoy camel rides on the beach or cocktails as you watch the sunset; Aboriginal art; game fishing; Karijini National Park to walk the various gorges; or fly over the Bungle Bungles! Western Australia is waiting to be discovered.

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