Western Australia

Where to stay when you visit WA on a family holiday 


family holiday PerthWith its warm climate and stunning beaches, Perth is a perfect capital city for families to explore. Explore the wineries of the Swan Valley by road or by boat from Perth City. Discover marine history at Fremantle or learn more about what lies under the sea at the Aquarium. Get back to nature and have fun in the grounds of Kings Park. 



Australia's South West is made up of 5 regions, each offering their own unique experiences. They include Geographe Bay, its seaside towns including Busselton popular with young families, Margaret River wine region, the Southern Forests with the majestic Karri trees, Blackwood River Valley and the Great Southern Ocean.


Coral Coast

Family holiday Coral CoastThe Coral Coast has two World Heritage listed sites - Shark Bay and Ningaloo Reef, best known for the annual passing through of whale sharks, but with stunning scenery all the same. Other popular destinations include the lunar landscape of the Pinnacles, the visiting dolphins at Monkey Mia and the rugged beauty of Kalbarri.



Home to the iconic Kimberley Ranges and Broome, the North West region is all about unique outback experiences in a land of contrasts and breathtaking beauty. Spectacular gorges and rock formations contrast with white sandy beaches, including Cable Beach. Take an Indigenous tour, visit Broome and time your visit to see the Staircase to the Moon.


Golden Outback

Family holiday Golden OutbackThe Golden Outback covers more than half of Western Australia, stretching from Mt Augustus National Park in the north, down to Esperance on the South Coast. Popular for its gold mining heritage and towns including Kalgoorlie and the ghost town of Gwalia, as well as the dazzling beauty of the spring wildflowers.




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