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Western Australia Holidays
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Western Australia Holidays

Rottnest Island, Western Australia

A Western Australia holiday is something that will live in your memory for the rest of your life. This is the largest state in Australia and has a landscape that ranges from tropical rainforest through desert and mountains to prime agricultural regions and tall forests. The coast line is spectacular and some of the regions are indescribably beautiful. The climate ranges from temperate in the south to fully tropical in the north and everything in between in the other regions. Because of the vast distances and the huge number of attractions on offer, organised tours or campervan and motorhome holidays are extremly popular with both Australian and international travellers. Many internationals enter Australia through Darwin in the Northern Territory and then join a tour or rent a campervan and enter Western Australia for their holiday through Kunnanurra. At Australian Travel Wholesalers, we can help you to join an organised tour with one of the leading companies like AAT Kings or Adventure Tours or maybe hire a vehicle from Kea Campers or Britz / Maui or Apollo Motorhomes. The first stopover for most travellers when coming this way is the awesome Ord River Irrigation system, Lake Argyle and the Bungle Bungle ranges. This is a great place to take an ariel view of the countryside. The beehive like rock structures of the Bungle Bungles are magnificent from the air.

Perth Sunset, Western Australia

The next stop as the traveller heads south will be in the Kimberley. This is one of the icons on the Australian tourist destinations path. This region is indescribably beautiful with huge sandstone escarpments, magestic waterfalls and rocky inlets and rivers that are alive with barramundi and crocodiles. Broome is the main tourist centre and here you can access tours and enjoy the great Broome accommodation that is on offer in the local resorts and hotels. At sunset you can join the famous camel safari along the beautiful Cable Beach. The next region you will pass through when heading south is the Pilbara. This region is arid and consists of desert or semi desert. This is the heart of the Western Australian mining industry and the income from the huge mineral deposits here are currently driving the booming Australian economy. The Coral coast is next on your holiday and everyone should visit Monkey Mia and handfeed the local dolphins that come to the local beach on a daily basis. Whale Sharks are common at Ningaloo Reef and there are several tour boats running snorkel and dive trips to see these magnificent monsters.

Pinicles, Western Australia

Perth is the capital of Western Australia and it lies at the mouth of the Swan River on the lower West coast. This is the home of the majority of the population in the state and the temperate climate and economic boom attracts people from arround the world.

In the South west corner of the state is the heart of the agricultural regions in the state. Margaret River is world famous as a wine growing region and there are plenty of new resorts here to help you relax from your travels. The Pemberton region with its Jarrah and Karri forests are awesome and the coastline along the southern ocean through Albany to Esperance is spectacular.

If you need a little help to organise your holiday in Western Australia then please send us an email or call one of our helpful consultants.