Western Australia Tourist Guide

Western Australia Accommodation, Things to Do, Attractions and Events

Western Australia has a vast landmass and is the largest province of Australia. Western Australia offers one of the most scenic, rougher landscapes, white sandy beaches, the bluest of waters and waterfalls

Travel Western Australia

When you travel Western Australia you will find several diverse and enticing destinations with their own unique attractions and things to do. Destinations, like the Coral Coast Monkey Mia where you will be able to enjoy the white sand, shallow waters and experience the beautiful Bottle-Nose dolphins being fed and playing in the waters. Western Australia Wildflowers bloom on Australia's Coral Coast all year round, but between July and October, you will see some of the most stunning displays in the State, when blankets of brilliant wildflowers colour the outback landscape. South West, Western Australia, Margaret River is probably the best place for wine lovers. You will be amazed to know the list of wineries around offering the best of wines across the country. Not only that, you will experience one of the most exotic beaches around like the Hamelin Bay - famous for stingrays, the Prevelly Beach which if you are a surfer is paradise, or the Smiths Beach is another popular destination among the tourists when youtravel Western Australia


Perth is the capital city and the largest in Western Australia. Cruise through Swan River to Fremantle, a nearby suburb having beautiful heritage buildings and restaurants offering excellent seafood. Take a ferry ride from Perth for half an hour to reach Rottnest Island. Picturesque beaches and bays are all over the place. Ideal for swimming, diving, kayaking and fishing. Hire a bicycle to explore the exotic island and you may come across a few cute looking Quokkas.

Seasons and Climate in Western Australia

Western Australia climate varies across the state, with the weather in the South West Coast is temperate on the North West Coast is tropical and a wet season. The Summer months experience the highest rainfall and can also be accompanied by thunderstorms and the occasional tropical cyclone in northern tropical regions. (December to February), Autumn in the North Coast is the time to cool off and recover from the hot wet season. The difference between autumn and summer is slight in the north, but the cooler temperatures are more noticeable in the southern parts of Queensland (March to May), the winter months is generally regarded as the most pleasant in every sense of the word - low rainfall, comfortable temperatures during the day, and cool nights. The days are sunny, and even though this is the coldest time of the year, it remains hotter than many places around the world in summer. (June to August) and the spring months are very similar to the autumn months. Locals start preparing themselves for the ensuing rainyseason as each day becomes steadily hotter and hotter. (September to November)

Whats on in Western Australia

Whats on in Western Australia, if you are a food lover rejoice: the renowned Margaret River Gourmet Escape festival is on again from 16 to 18 November. Join this year world-class line up of celebrity chefs, including Rick Stein, Luke Mangan, Guillaume Brahimi and much-loved food writer and TV cook Nigella Lawson. For three days of exquisite flavours in this exceptional wine region. Set against the iconic backdrop of the stunning Margaret River Region in Western Australia, Margaret River Gourmet Escape is a world-class food and wine festival like no other.

Places of Attraction of Western Australia Tourist Guide