Top 10 Attractions
1) The Great Ocean Drive
Imagine 38 kilometres of breathtaking coastal imagery. The Great Ocean Drive is what dreams are made of. More...
Wave Rock is a spectacularly surreal experience. Located near the small town of Hayden, just 350 kilometres east of Perth, Wave Rock is an amazing prehistoric attraction; a giant wave just about to break! More...
4) Ghost towns of Coolgardie
Coolgardie is a famed gold-mining town of yesteryear, located in the heart of Australia’s Golden Outback. This destination is rich in history and arguable on of the most significant destinations in Western Australia. More...
5) Woody Island
Woody Island located in the Recherche Archipelago, just 15 kilometres from Esperance. This famed island is stunningly unique being one of 105 islands in the region; and the only one open to visitors. The island is founded on eco-tourism princliples and offers visitors to the island a chance to connect with nature and experience the healthy, therapeutic benefits that eco-tourism has to offer.
In 2003, internationally renowned artist Antony Gormley was commissioned in celebration of the 50th anniversary for the Perth International Arts Festival. Body scans of the locals of Menzies were taken and transformed into a series of abstract black steel figures. The 51 life size figures now stand, spread out over 7 square kilometres of
10) London Bridge - Sandstone
The Merredin Railway Museum is housed in the Old Railway Station. more
Kalgoorlie has a rich history steeped in the romance, hard times and booming success of the Gold Mining Industry. more
Experience warm hospitality and delicious homestyle cooking on this outback working cattle and sheep station. A ideal base to see historic Cue, Walga Rock, Aboriginal drawings, beautiful wildflowers, birdlife and wildlife. more
Experience the friendly atmosphere and wonderful starlit nights on the 200 hectare Gunbarrel Grapes property. The vineyard is ideally situated for travellers planning to undertake the Canning Stock Route to Halls Creek, or the Gunbarrel Highway to Alice Springs. more
The Dryandra Country Visitor Centre is located in Narrogin, the regional centre of Dryandra Country which contains the largest remaining woodland in the Wheatbelt, and is home to some of Western Australia’s most unique wildlife. more
The Kulin Resource Centre incorporates the Telecentre, Library and Health Centre in a modern, spacious building located next to the Shire of Kulin and providing easy access to the general public from Johnston Street. The Centre offers extensive list of services to the community including Centrelink, Medicare and general office facilities. more
Hopetoun lies on shores of Mary Ann Haven and is a popular waterfront holiday destination. Hopetoun is home to 319 people and is located 585km south-east of Perth. more