Golden Outback Western Australia
Western Australia's Coral Coast Region exists as a microcosm of everything that is rare, beautiful and special on our planet. An area of world-heritage significance, the area abounds with Australian wildflowers and wildlife.
A place where you can interact with wild dolphins, snorkel on the largest fringing reef in the world just metres from the beaches, swim with Whale Sharks or explore rugged outback gorges and rivers.
If you are looking for the ultimate eco-tourism experience this is the place to be. Major urban development is forbidden in many areas of this coastal Australian region, leaving you free to interact with nature as it was always meant to be.
Just offshore from Esperance on the South Coast is the Recherche Archipelago, a series of hundreds of rocky islands. The coastline features many bays with clear aqua-blue water and sugar-white sandy beaches producing classic postcard scenes.
Hyden Wave Rock
The gateway town to Wave Rock, an unique natural formation of a wave carved into a cliff, hundreds of metres long. The town is a great venue for viewing carpets of Australian wildflowers in season. See rare white Kangaroos at the wildlife centre.
A historic and fascinating city in the Australian Outback., surrounded by desert plains. The Golden-Mile Super-Pit gold mine is the largest in the world is located just outside town. Lookout platforms at the edge provide a great view.
Surrounded by sand dunes and salt lakes. Home to Australia's first Nickel Mine and second largest Gold Mine. Learn how these industries operate and contribute to the economy. Take the chance to visit Lake Lefroy, a huge outback salt lake.
A series of roads and dirt tracks link Laverton, through 3 states to Winton in Queensland. At 2800 kilometres it traverses the heart of Australia's Outback. A fantastic journey to the ancient heart of Australia for the wandering tourist.