Travel to the Outback and visit the heart of the Kimberley region. The El Questro wilderness park has a distinctive landscape thriving with native wildlife and ancient boab trees. Explore mudflats, semi-arid savannas, rainforests, waterfalls, rugged gorges and the renowned Bungle Bungles sandstone towers. Go by foot, with 4x4s, or see the amazing terrain from above on a helicopter ride.
With over 200 different species of mammals, birds and reptiles, the family-run Caversham Wildlife Park in Perth is a real joy for animal lovers. Here you can have interactive experiences with bouncing kangaroos, sleepy koalas and adorable wombats. This conservation park is also home to freshwater crocodiles, Tasmanian devils, wallabies and many more species of local fauna.
An Aboriginal cultural tour is a highlight of any trip to Western Australia. Learn about the history, customs, and culture of the Aboriginal people, and immerse yourself in their rich mythology. You'll be able to pay your respects to their sacred sites, and discover how they adapted to life in the Outback, such as finding water in precious gnamma holes.
Just south of Perth, in the shallows of Rockingham's crystal-clear bays, you can have a one-of-a-kind encounter by swimming with wild bottlenose dolphins. This experience puts you in their natural habitat, and you can come face-to-face with these enchanting and intelligent animals. Blend the trip with a visit to nearby Penguin Island, and say hello to the resident penguins.
The world-famous Ningaloo Reef is a protected marine park, and a haven for aquatic life. With over 500 colourful tropical fish species, bright coral gardens and gentle sealife like dugongs, manta rays, whales and whale sharks, this is nirvana for snorkellers and divers. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this unique reef is full of wonder.