If you are an adrenaline addict and confused about what your next destination should be, we got you covered! Majestic white sand beaches, breathtaking hiking trails, places where you can swim with whales, wild natural beauty, and eye-opening gorgeous scenery — Western Australia has it all. Get ready to pack your bags this summer to dive into the wildest adventure you are ever going to have!
Swimming With Whales
Are you a swimming freak and want to take it up a notch?! Ningaloo is a world heritage site, famous for its biodiversity of over 500 species of fish. From the towns of Exmouth or Coral Bay, you can set your eyes on the vast expanse of ocean which is home to the most diverse species of fish. If you visit in the months of March or July, you can swim with the whale sharks that are 40 feet in length. If you are not a swimming enthusiast, you can still experience underwater life without having to dip in it. Breathtaking views from glass bottom boat in Exmouth are worth the hype and a must-try for all adventure lovers out there.
Bungle Bungle Range
Bungle Bungle Range, 350 million years old land made from soft sandstone, is a must-visit site in Australia. The place offers breathtaking and scenic flights over black and orange stripes of the place. There are two campsites where you should set your camps and spend the night gazing at the magnificent stars that twinkle brighter and more magnanimously in places like these.
If you want your vacations to be centered around water activities, Rottnest Island is all you are looking for. It consists of 63 beautiful beaches, 20 splendid bays, and several coral reefs and wrecks. It is the best place for surfing, water sports, and snorkeling trails. Towards the West End of the island, you will find rugged beaches where you can see migrating humpback whales from September to November and dolphins.
Broome — The Western Gateway to Kimberley Wilderness
Do you want to see a panorama where the modern world collides with the old one? Broome is where you need to go. Shinju Matsuri is a festival that celebrates the cultural and culinary history of the divers in its authentic form. Moreover, a sunset camel ride along the shoreline on Cable Beach is poetic! It is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. At Gantheaume Point, dinosaur footprints engraved on earth also make for a tourist attraction place for people of every age.
Esperance — The Whitest, The Mightiest Sand Beach
Visiting Australia and not enjoying one of its white sand beaches is a crime. Esperance is the perfect spot, resting between majestic white beaches, turquoise water, scenic natural parks, and vast islands. It is a ninety-minute flight or eight-hour car ride from Perth and the travel is worth the fun it offers. Lucky Bay contains friendly sunbathing kangaroos living their lives among humans. You can surf, snorkel, relax or play games on these historic beaches. You can also cruise or fly to Woody Island and stay overnight in a hut, overlooking the ocean. This is nature in its crudest, wildest form. Wild away!