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Western Australia offers some of the most expanse terrain that remains untouched by man. From dramatic rock formations in The Kimberley to impeccable beaches along the Coral Coast. Prepare to gain a whole new appreciation for natural beauty as we explore remarkable Western Australia.
Where to Stay
On the edge of the vast Kimberley region surrounded by lush gardens, Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa is a tropical oasis offering mesmerising views of Cable Beach. Here, white sands and crystal-clear waters combine to form one of Australia's most spectacular landscapes. Unwind in a private villa with a plunge pool. Or bring the family and enjoy Bungalow accommodation, a 'home away from home'.
Located within Cape Range National Park near Exmouth, and part of the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage area, Sal Salis is a beach-side safari camp nestled in the low lying coastal dunes just 50 metres back from the reef. You won’t know whether to relax and look out at the water all day from your luxurious surrounds or jump right in and snorkel along Ningaloo Reef, home to over 500 species of colourful fish and 250 coral species. However you won’t want to miss ticking swimming with whale sharks off the bucket list by heading beyond the reef on a 40-foot-boat to swim with the mighty giants of the ocean – whale sharks, humpback whales, orcas, manta rays and dolphins. Click here for a peak at Sal Salis.
Featuring incredible sweeping views of the Swan River and Perth city skyline, Ritz-Carlton Perth embodies a simple yet luxurious design with a prime location to explore Perth. Each room boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, an indulgent oversized bathtub and a huge king sized bed complemented with goose-down pillows. If you fancy a night in, explore one of the restaurants or bars within the hotel. And as an extra special treat, head to the spa and enjoy a relaxing soak in a vitality pool. Read more about the Ritz-Carlton Perth here.
With a prime location along the Kimberley Coast, The Berkeley River Lodge is only accessible to guests by air, offering a truly remote experience. Each villa offers breathtaking views, privacy and a remarkable open-air ensuite - so you can bath in the Kimberley moonlight. Indulge in a touch of 'barefoot luxury' by the sea and soak up the wide-open spaces, fresh air and an abundance of nature. Video: Click here to discover The Berkeley River Lodge.
On your approach to The Adnate hotel in Perth, you are welcomed by an impressive 'mega-mural' - a 25-storey monumental artwork painted by renowned street artist Matt Adnate. The hotel pays tribute to artist Matt Adnate with contemporary and artistic design present in all facets of the hotel - enough to make any art lover froth. With impeccable service and premium facilities, The Adnate is a perfect property to explore your artistic flare.
Where to dine
Located on the fourth floor of The Como Hotel in Perth lies the elegant and contemporary restaurant, Wildflower. The inspiring menu is curated around the indigenous six seasons - Birak, Bunuru, Djeran, Makuru, Djilba and Kambarang. Each dish is a celebration of local resources highlighting local flavours like raw kingfish, jarrah smoked Kangaroo and native nuts.
In the heart of the Margaret River region is Leeuwin Estate featuring an award winning restaurant, cellardoor and art gallery. The Leeuwin Restaurant uses exceptional and seasonal West Australian produce in every dish which is paired with museum release Leeuwin Estate wines. All diners are also treated with sweeping views overlooking a meadow surrounded by a forest of majestic karri trees.
Treat yourself to the sensational flavours curated by Nobu Matsuhisa at Nobu. Each dish showcases a fusion of traditional Japanese cuisine with South American flavours for which Chef Nobu has become known for. Watch on as knife-wielding chefs turn sushi preparation into a feast of entertainment. We insist on taking a seat at the Sake Bar, and sampling this popular Japanese beverage.
What to experience
Sprawled across the vast State, it's well worth the time to explore the remarkable rock formations in Western Australia. North of Perth, you'll find the famous limestone rock formations known as The Pinnacles. West of Perth is The Wave, a large granite cliff shaped like...you guess it, a wave. Nature's Window among other notable sandstone formations can be found in Kalbarri National Park. And of course, the Kimberley region, including the Bungle Bungle Range in Purnululu National Park. Click here to uncover a glimpse of Kalbarri National Park.
If you find yourself in between Margaret River and Perth, you must visit the iconic Busselton Jetty projecting over Geographe Bay. The electric Jetty Train transports visitors across the 1.8km jetty offering remarkable views of crystal clear waters - you may even catch glimpses of dolphins frolicking. Other activities like the underwater observatory, whale watching and Mermaid tours make a visit to Busselton an entertaining visit to the Bay.
The Margaret River region is Western Australia's gourmet haven with world famous wines, friendly locals and fresh, local produce. Visitors from across Australia flock to this region with it's promise of stunning walks and cycling tracks, local vineyards and farms, and ideal surf. But above all, it's the friendly locals with their love for all things nature that form the soul of this picturesque region. Click here to discover the Margaret River region.
On the Dampier Peninsula lies a tiny Aboriginal settlement called Cape Leveque. The locals invite you to share in the pristine wilderness and unique landscape with white beaches, red cliffs and crystal clear waters. Go snorkelling with tropical fish, whale-watching or bird-spotting, or simply admire the tranquility of this bespoke region. Click here to discover more of Dampier Peninsula.