5 Places You Must See In Western Australia

Perth to Broome tours

Western Australia is no stranger to leaving travellers completely awestruck by its endless attractions and astonishing landscapes. Because this coastal heaven is so expansive, many backpackers are now using tour companies like West Coast Cruiser Tours to make sure they see the best of what the west coast has to offer. Here are 5 places you will not want to miss out on.

When you hi9t the road on your Perth to Broome Adventure Tours, here is whats in store.

 The Kimberly Region

The Kimberley is made up of everything from staggering coastlines and pristine beaches to freshwater swimming holes, wild national parks, canyons and everything else that exceeds expectations. There are fantastic attraction like Gibb River Road, which runs 660km through the region’s heart, passing by Windjana Gorge National Park, which has towering limestone cliffs and pools where freshwater crocodiles gather.

The Pinnacles

Just three hours north of Perth you can get a chance to see the ancient Pinnacles – a collection of desert rock formations found in Nambung National Park. These desert Pinnacles date all the way back millions of years, when the sand was still beneath the sea. It would seem that the rocks are actually growing out of the ground with some of them reaching up to 4 metres high! So peculiar are the Pinnacles that they have attracted travellers from all over the world for countless of years.

The Ningaloo Reef

The world heritage-listed reef at Ningaloo Marine Park displays beautiful pristine water and a vast number of stunning sea life, from tropical fish to manta rays and the elusive (but harmless) whale shark. The Ningaloo Reef is the largest fringing reef in the world and although it a highly popular attraction, it has been un spoiled by activities revolving around its eco system.

Cable Beach

Broome is one of the most stunning places in the world and so, it is only fitting that so too are its beaches the most beautiful beaches worldwide and Cable Beach is definitely at the top of the list. With beautiful clear water perfect for swimming, snorkelling or diving – there’s plenty to see and do. One of the most popular attractions on Cable Beach is the chance to ride camels in the glorious sunset.

Karijini National Park

Just outside of Tom Price, is possibly one of the most mind blowing landscapes in the world; Karijini National Park. This staggeringly beautiful place is massively famous for its rock formations; stunning gorges created over millions of years and naturally formed pools to swim in. Karijini is also a fantastic place to camp with nothing but the expansive wilderness the night sky is painted with millions of stars.

There are no amount of words to help digest just how incredible Western Australia is and how much more there is to see and do. It is no wonder then, that tour companies like Western Coast Cruiser have been welcoming backpackers to their back garden for so long.

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