10 Places to Visit in Western Australia & Top Tourist Places
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Perth

The capital of Western Australia, the quaint city of Perth Nestles at the confluence point where the land meets the southwest coast. The bustling city, full to brim with wonders, boasts of a number of attractions to be explored and adventures to be enjoyed. The pristine coastline of Perth offers a number of beautiful beaches to enjoy. Take a dip in the rolling blue waves or enjoy a number of adventure sports such as snorkelling, kayaking, or deep sea diving- one is spoilt for choice here.

The lush floral richness of Perth is best explored through the number of National Parks and Wildlife Reserves across the city. From the stunning scenery at Matilda Bay Reserve to the rolling green landscapes at the Swan Estuary, Perth is a haven to all nature lovers. 
A unique amalgamation of bustling city life and natural richness, Perth caters to all tastes and interests. The city is best known for its offer of authentic Australian food items, especially chocolate, beer and wine. The vineyards of the city offer a unique opportunity to examine the making of Australian wine and also to get a first hand sample taste of the wines made here.

Nestled on the banks of the scenic Swan River, Perth also opens up its waters for a variety of river cruises and tours. The Swan River tours offer an exploratory outing into the open blue waters, where one can spot and record a number of different marine animals, such as dolphins or unique species of fish.

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In Western Australia, 30 minutes southwest of Perth, sits the bustling port city of Fremantle, which is where the Swan River meets the Indian Ocean. The most unique and lively beach town in the world is Fremantle. There is a lot to explore here & Fremantle Tourism has a lot to offer. There is no other place quite like the ancient and trendy Fremantle, which is nestled between a busy fishing harbor and the shipping port of Perth. Perth's sister city in the past was the port city of Fremantle, also known as "Freo" by the inhabitants. Today, a suburban area and a 25-minute train ride separate the two.

Every season of the year, Fremantle offers activities for tourists of all ages ranging from adventure sports to art and music, from swimming to shopping and many more. Freo is a wonderfully magical place to visit as the city of Fremantle is vibrant with contemporary culture and rich in history. You can adore dancing, art, and music in all of their forms. You can go shopping, swim, sleep peacefully, and eat healthily at one of more than 100 wonderful restaurants. Take a moment to unwind and relish life in Freo, Western Australia. Fremantle Tourism is vast & one needs to come here and explore every bit of this beautiful beach town,
You can get a taste of both a Colonial and a Gold Rush past in this pedestrian-friendly city's distinctive meandering streets, both of which are nicely balanced with a modern and exciting present.

This charming, eco-friendly city is brimming with innovation and has a mystique and appeal all its own. There is always a festival, an art exhibit, a new restaurant, a busker, a theatrical play, or something even more spectacular waiting for you since people love to celebrate!

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New Norcia is a Benedictine monastery town that will enthrall you with its gorgeous cultural attractions, lush green gardens, and grand Spanish-style mansions. It was settled by Benedictine monks in 1847 and is also known as a piece of Old Spain amidst the Australian bush. Culture, delectable cuisine, history, and natural beauty come together to provide a soulful experience in Western Australia’s most peaceful town. It is a quaint haven known for its eclectic monastic, European, and Aboriginal heritage.

Twenty-seven of its buildings have been classified by the National Trust, and the town is registered on the National Estate. It continues to be home to a community of Benedictine monks who own and operate this truly unique settlement. Whether you’re a museum hopper, an adventure lover, or an urban trend-seeker willing to check out next-gen coffee shops, New Norcia can engage every type of traveler with its unique offerings. It has several cafes and eateries that will tempt you with their delectable offerings and chic ambiance.

You can visit The Museum & Art Gallery to see the intriguing collection of Mission and Monastery memorabilia and contemporary artworks. Join the New Norcia Tourism tour to see the beautiful buildings, and head to the New Norcia Visitor Center to engage with the Benedictine monks. Weave through the roads of New Norcia to understand how this monastery town has worked towards garnering a spot on the global cultural map. Don’t forget to check out historic buildings and old boarding schools, St Gertrude and St Ildephonsus, that are steeped in history.

A few other attractions that are a must-visit include The Abbey Church, a wine press, and an old mill. 
New Norcia experiences tropical weather with hot and humid days and cool evenings. February and October are the best months to visit the town as the temperature ranges around 25°C, and there are very few chances of rainfall. So if you’re looking for an unmatched sensory experience, you must visit New Norcia.

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Exmouth

Exmouth is an idyllic part of Western Australia and a picturesque seaside town in Devon. It is situated on Devon’s Southeast coast, where the Exe river meets the sea. The beautiful town is famed for its pristine coastline, rugged national park, and a myriad of marine wildlife encounters. It is a rustic seaside paradise where you can have a fun and sun-filled getaway away from the crowds. You can lounge on the beach, build sandcastles along the shore, enjoy a dip in the warm water or check out the nearby restaurants and stores. From meandering canals and rivers to the idyllic Exe estuary and two miles of sandy beach, Exmouth is a town that will delight you at every turn.

The oceanfront town is a haven for outdoor lovers, and some of the popular activities that you can enjoy here include standup paddleboarding, biking, surfing, and much more. You can also head to The Oyster stack to have an up close and personal interaction with sea turtles, reef sharks, and more. Don’t forget to check out Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, which offers breathtaking views of Exmouth’s coastline. If you want  to have unlimited adventure in the mountains and want to indulge in the fun of hiking, then the Thomas Carter Lookout walk should be your ideal destination.

The streets of Exmouth burst with music, local flavors, and street performances and tell stories of how life used to be in the ancient era. Sign up for a culinary tour, attend a workshop, wander through the vintage streets and sample the local delicacies to experience the magical allure of this town. This laid-back beach town is a peaceful haven with wide streets for cycling plus ample crabbing and fishing opportunities. 
Exmouth experiences hot and humid weather year-round, with dry and sunny mornings and cool evenings. May to September is the best time to visit Exmouth, as the weather remains cool and comfortable, and there are very less chances of rainfall. But Exmouth Tourism is at its peak during these months, so the beaches may be overcrowded, and the attractions might be full.

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Mandurah is Western Australia's largest regional city, adorned with natural wonders, beautiful waterways, and tree-lined walkways. Over the years, it has transformed from a small seaside town to a flourishing cosmopolitan city seeing an increase in Mandurah Tourism. The city is surrounded by tons of natural attractions, including over a hundred kilometers of coastline, an estuary twice the size of Sydney Harbour, and more than three hundred and fifty lush green parks and gardens. With its powdery white sand beaches, azure blue waters, and cloudless skies, Mandurah is a storybook paradise worth visiting all year round. It is a coastal getaway where you can spend hours lazing in the sun and have a memorable encounter with the kaleidoscopic marine life. The waterways provide tons of adrenaline-pumping water activities such as fishing, crabbing, kayaking, swimming, and water biking. The perfect way to experience the laid-back coastal vibe of the city is by heading to the Dolphin Quay. You can also browse the marina's gift stores and markets, stroll along boardwalks and dine in a waterfront restaurant.

Walk around the streets, and the larger-than-life murals and other street art will give you a distinctive feel of the place. You can also head to the local markets and buy everything from handicrafts, antiques, homemade pickles, and spices. One of the best ways to explore the artistic and cultural roots of the city is by heading to its museums. The most prominent one is the Mandurah Community Museum, where you can learn about the Bindjareb community, the earliest natives of the city. Get up close and personal with the wildlife species at Peel Zoo and go bird spotting at Austin Bay Nature Reserve.

Mandurah experiences a typical Mediterranean climate with hot and humid summers and cool and comfortable winters. During summer, the average maximum temperature ranges around 27 °C, and the minimum temperature ranges around 19 °C. In winter, the average maximum temperature ranges around 18 °C, and the average minimum temperature is around 9 °C.

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Albany

Albany is a picturesque city renowned for its rugged coastline, nature trails, and peaceful sandy beaches. It was established as a penal and military outpost in 1826, but now it has been transformed into a beautiful coastal paradise and has seen a spike in Albany Tourism. The city is the site of the first European settlement; it was also inhabited by The Minang Noongar Aboriginal people. It is perched on Western Australia's beautiful south coast and is naturally gifted with lush greenery and stretches of glistening blue water as far as your eyes can see. Adorned with popular historical sites, spectacular scenery, and magnificent ruins, it is the perfect place for exploring different cultures, contrasts, and cuisines. It also has some of the most popular museums that tell astounding tales of the bygone era. If you're a water sports enthusiast, you're in for a treat as you can enjoy snorkeling, swimming, scuba diving, surfing, fishing, and whale watching between October and June.

Albany offers an immersive look into its rich culture through its exquisite architecture, untouched natural delights, and delectable cuisines. Tread on to Bluff Knoll's bushwalking tracks for breathtaking views of National Heritage-listed Stirling Range Park's rugged mountain landscape. You can also visit The Albany Convict Gaol & Museum to learn about the lives of the imperial convicts who were shifted to Albany as skilled laborers. Head to Patrick Taylor Cottage, Western Australia's oldest dwelling, to get transported into the ancient era!

Ambling through the lively streets of Albany is like traveling through a temporal maze where the past perfectly blends with the present. Don't forget to check out the local cafes and restaurants that will appease you with their unique menu, outdoor seating, and bright awnings. Wine lovers can stop by the local wineries and enjoy a wide selection of refreshing wines. 
Albany experiences temperate weather with hot and humid summers and cold and windy winters. The hottest months are February, December, and January, when the temperature ranges from around 37.1°C to 19.6°C. Albany Tourism is at its peak from December to February due to the favorable weather and tons of exciting events.

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Broome

In the Kimberley region of western Australia, the town of Broome is a beach resort. The 22km-long Cable Beach's white sands along the Indian Ocean provide a striking background for camel rides at dusk. Dinosaur footprints are seen in the neighboring beach's red rocks during low tide at Gantheaume Point. The vantage point for cruises to nearby pearl farms is Roebuck Bay, which is visible from Broome's historic Chinatown.

Due to its beautiful beaches, clear waters, rich history, and amazing natural phenomena, Broome has long been known for its tourism and pearling industries. These sectors continue to flourish as a result. Many Australians are traveling and discovering their own country while overseas travel remains a pipe dream, and Broome should be the first stop on your list for many good reasons.

The Yawuru people, who were the first settlers in Broome, inhabited the Kimberley region for some forty thousand years before European settlers arrived. They continue to observe six distinct seasons. To convey their thriving modern culture, they organize cultural programmes.

Broome has a long history as a pearling center and offers significant historical significance, including open-air WWII airplane crashes. Every member of the family will enjoy the fossilized dinosaur footprints, the 1920s movie theater, the crocodile park, and the many other intriguing attractions. Vacationers enjoy getting out on the ocean for fishing, diving, or dolphin and whale watching tours at Cable Beach, which is known for its breathtaking sunsets and camel rides.

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If you want to get away from overcrowded beaches and the hustle and bustle of city life, you'll be glad to know there are many secret slices of sand and sea in Rockingham waiting to be explored. Rockingham is a suburb of Perth known for its crystal clear waters, picturesque white sandy beaches, and balmy weather. It forms the southernmost border of the metropolitan area of Perth and is situated close to Garden Island, Seal Island, and Penguin Island. The region was inhabited for several thousand years by the Noongar tribes, and you can see here a melange of different cultures and traditions. It has several historical sites that give you a glimpse of the rich history of this town. Rockingham offers opportunities for relaxation and adventure in equal measure. You can cruise the waterways, swim with sea lions, dive with dolphins and enjoy a beachside stay.

Whether you're looking to have a quiet stroll, want to unwind on the shimmering sands, laze in the hammock, or soak in the sun, Rockingham can cater to all your fancies. With its 24-hour eateries, plentiful bars, karaoke joints, and street-food vendors serving delectable local cuisine, you'll always find a spot to relax and unwind. The town is bound to delight hardcore foodies with its eclectic dishes and array of local and international fare.

The Shoalwater Islands Marine Park is situated around five hundred meters offshore and hosts the finest displays of marine creatures and beautiful birds. Immerse yourself in the illustrious history of the town by heading to the Catalpa memorial and Naval Memorial Park. If you're looking for shopping therapy, you can head to the local retail stores and buy everything under the sun at discounted rates.

Rockingham experiences balmy and sunny weather throughout the year. August is the coldest month, with an average maximum temperature of around 19°C, and February is the warmest month, with an average maximum temperature of around 32°C. April, May, October, and September are the peak Rockingham Tourism season, as the weather remains pleasant, with average temperatures ranging between 20 and 26 degrees Celsius.

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Busselton is a popular holiday resort town known for its white sandy beaches and numerous caravan parks. It is sheltered along the shores of Geographe Bay and offers the perfect mix of culture, history, and traditions. With its historic museums and memorials, it acts as a magnet for history buffs from all over the world while perfectly combining nature and cultural heritage and is the perfect ensemble of small shops, picturesque alleys, and breathtaking architecture of half-timbered façades. This charming coastal town has diversified rocky shores, beautiful lighthouses, and ocean-side parks. It boasts a vibrant culinary scene and is dotted with small dockside eateries and waterfront cafes where you can have a delectable dining experience. You can find spots to sunbathe, surf, shop, and explore the fantastic architecture of this coastal paradise. Busselton is also an excellent base to go wine tasting, try craft beers, enjoy water activities and land-based adventures. The town boasts some of the best attractions, like Busselton Archery Park and Vasse Wonnerup Wetlands, where you can have unlimited fun with your family and friends.

You can head to ArtGeo Cultural Complex, which houses beautifully restored heritage buildings, artist-in-residence studios, workshop spaces, an art gallery, and much more. Enjoy a morning stroll along the coasts, devour freshly-caught fish on the foreshore, laze in a hammock, and admire the beautiful sceneries. Walk through the cobbled streets and marvel at the towering buildings that represent the town’s most iconic medieval remains. You can also enjoy an undersea walk at the Busselton Jetty, the longest timber-piled jetty in the town. Swing like Tarzan, test your balance on suspended bridges, and zipline through the Ludlow Tuart Forest.

Busselton experiences a Mediterranean climate with hot and humid summers and cool winters. February is the hottest month,with an average high temperature of 24.3°C and July is the coldest month, with an average temperature varying between 16.1°C and 12.4°C. September to December is the best time to visit Busselton, as the temperature remains in the high 20s, and there is also very less chance of rainfall. This is also the peak Busselton Tourism season, so you can expect huge crowds at the popular attractions.

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If you're looking for an intimate oasis for a beachy gateway, you won't find a place better than Rottnest Island. Rottnest Island is situated nineteen kilometers off the coast of Perth and is renowned for its raw, untamed beauty, breathtaking landscapes, striking coastal views, and natural rock formations. The island has six major habitats: salt lakes, coastal, woodlands, heath, brackish swamps, and settled areas. The limestone coral reef grew approximately 100,000 years ago and is home to Rottnest's exotic marine life. It also boasts a vibrant culture, rich history, world-class gastronomy, and a lively local music scene. The island was once used as a military base, but it has now been transformed into a pocket of remote wonderland waiting to be discovered.

With sixty-three of the prettiest beaches, twenty beautiful bays, and stunning coral reefs and wrecks, Rottnest Island is a coastal paradise where you can enjoy the sand, surf, and sun. You can explore the spectacular swimming spots, sample the unusual traditional local fare and attend the live comedy and music festivals. You can also sign up for whale-watching tours and get up close with southern right whales and humpback whales. 
The island is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, and you can spot here some of the unique species like the marsupial Quokka. If you're looking for a surfing break, you can head to The Rotto Box, Strickland Bay, or The Basins Ledge. Surfing competitions are also held here during the winter leading to a rise in Rottnest Island tourism. The island also has challenging hiking tracks and biking tracks to satiate the thrill-seeking soul of adventure enthusiasts.

You can opt for Segway tours to have an eco-friendly adventure and explore the breathtaking scenery of Rottnest Island. To learn about the island's rich history, you can sign up for an Aboriginal walking tour.
Rottnest Island experiences a Mediterranean-style climate with mild cool winters and dry and warm summers. February is the hottest month, with an average maximum temperature ranging around 27.2°C and June and September are the coldest months, with average temperatures ranging between 19 degrees to 7 degrees Celsius.

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Monkey Mia is part of the Shark Bay Marine Park and is considered an absolute haven for marine lovers and nature enthusiasts. Here you'll find some of the most diverse sea creatures, like fish, sharks, turtles, and even rare humpback whales and dugongs. It is known to be the home to Monkey Mia Dolphins that swim to shore three times a day to interact with humans. Every morning, visitors can hand-feed these friendly dolphins under the supervision of the rangers. Apart from dolphin watching, you can also enjoy fishing, kayaking, and swimming in the beautiful bays. Make the most out of your vacation in Monkey Mia by taking an Aboriginal cultural walk or visiting a working pearl farm.

One of the prime attractions of Monkey Mia is Little Lagoon, a crystal clear lagoon of shallow water ideal for swimming, picnicking, and fishing. Head to Shark Bay to spot stromatolites and dugongs, and mats of algae, which are known to be the oldest life forms on earth.You can also enjoy a sunset cruise and admire the golden hues of the sun setting over the Western seas in the Peron Peninsula. Sign up for a 4wd tour of Francois Peron National Park and see endangered land animals like lizards, echidnas, and kangaroos. If you want to satiate your hunger pangs, head to the seaside shacks, where fishermen set up tables and serve prawns, paté, bread, oysters, and rosé wine.

Monkey Mia experiences pleasant and comfortable weather all year round. February and May are considered the peak Monkey Mia Tourism months as the weather ranges around 25 – 29 degrees Celsius, and there are very low chances of rainfall.

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Esperance is a remote town known for its turquoise lagoons, picture-perfect beaches, and lush greenery. The bubblegum-pink lakes, whitest sands, and wild landscapes make Esperance a true feast for the senses. Its accessibility to the nearby national parks makes it an absolute paradise for nature lovers. This beautiful coastal town is brimming with arts, architecture, history, and culture. It also has rich flora and fauna and is an excellent destination for foodies looking to enjoy the local cuisine. Esperance's Coastal National Parks are made up of Cape Arid, Cape Le Grand, Stokes Inlet, and Peak Charles. These coastal parks are ideal for fishing, surfing, hiking, swimming, boating, walking, or lazing on the pure white sand.

Whether you want to lounge on a picturesque beach or dive into local culture and history, Esperance can cater to all your needs. 
Esperance has a fascinating past and a rich history dating back to the early European explorers. The town was established in 1985 after the discovery of gold and has been invaded by various cultural groups over the years. Its history involves stories of sailors and traders, and the town has many public squares and narrow streets where you can have a taste of the local life. You can discover the rich cultural heritage of this town by visiting the popular museums and art centers.

If you've never tried to catch waves before, you can take a surfing lesson from the experienced divers or hike to Frenchman's Peak for incredible views of the coastline. Shopping enthusiasts can head to Esperance Growers Market, which is held fortnightly and offers a range of local products including organic produce, fresh bread, coffee, flowers, and pastries. You can also camp overnight at Lucky Bay Campground and chill out with kangaroos at Lucky Bay. Esperance can be visited year-round, but it is in its full glory in late summer and spring. Between March to December, you can expect sunny days and ideal water temperatures for swimming. During August and May, the weather cools down, and there are high chances of rainfall.

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Bunbury

Located in the southwest of Western Australia, Bunbury is a beautiful coastal city that is renowned for its stunning coastline, lush forests, and friendly locals. It is also the third largest city in all of Western Australia, and is often called the gateway to the South West region of the state. The weather in Bunbury is pretty typical for southwestern Australia - hot and dry in the summer, and cool and wet in the winter. The average high in summer is around 32 degrees Celsius, and the average low in winter is around 8 degrees Celsius.

Bunbury is a vibrant and multicultural city with a rich history and a bright future. The city is built around the mouth of the Harvey River, which is surrounded by rich farmlands. It is only a few hours away from the Western Australian capital, Perth, which makes it the perfect place for business, industry, and tourism. The city is growing rapidly and has a lot to offer tourists, including beautiful beaches, world-class wineries, and unique wildlife. Visitors to Bunbury can enjoy a range of activities, including swimming, surfing, fishing, and hiking. The city is also home to a number of excellent restaurants, cafes, and bars. There is something for everyone in Bunbury!
Some of the most popular attractions in Bunbury include the Bunbury Wildlife Park, the Leschenault Inlet, and the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery. For nature lovers, there are plenty of beautiful parks and gardens to explore, such as the Minninup Forum Nature Reserve and the Koombana Bay Foreshore. And for those who love to shop, Bunbury has plenty of great shops and markets to enjoy.

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Other Attractions

Hangover Bay, located along the stunning Coral Coast of Western Australia, is a pristine coastal gem known for its white sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, and tranquil ambiance. Just a short drive from the Pinnacles Desert in Nambung National Park, this picturesque bay is perfect for those seeking a serene beach escape.

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Swan River, meandering through Perth, Western Australia, is a central feature of the city's landscape and a vital part of its history. Named after the black swans native to the area, the river stretches over 72 kilometers, originating from the confluence of the Avon and Helena Rivers in the Darling Range. The river's wide, calm waters provide a picturesque backdrop to the city's skyline and serve as a recreational hub for locals and tourists alike. Popular activities include boating, kayaking, and fishing, while the scenic riverbanks host numerous parks, picnic spots, and cycling paths.

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Shark Bay is known for one of the most important treasures on earth. Shark Bay is on the edge of the Australian continent, and meets the western coast sea. With over 2 million hectares of surrounding, the Bay is one of the best visiting spots in Australia. A well-known for its marine activities, provides an adventurous outing for your family.

Highlights: Formed by peninsulas on both its sides Shark Bay is known as two bays, also called as Gutharraguda, the geographic shape of Shark Bay is breath taking and is a place for contrasting colors, plants, animals and wildlife to cheer for.

Location: It is located at the westerly point of Australia along the coast of Western Australia. Many people visit this place by road. North West Coastal Highway is linked to the sealed road with the Bay.

Price: There is a fee associated with every visit that you have in Shark Bay, and varies according to the season.


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Yemeni Rial
ZAR - R
South African Rand
JPY - ¥
Japanese Yen
VND -
Vietnamese dong