Use these travel guides to the Western Australia regions to decide what areas you would like visit.
Perth & Surrounds
The Perth region consists of Western Australia’s capital city and the areas surrounding it, including Rottnest Island, Mandurah, Swan Valley, & Perth Hills.
The South West is Western Australia’s most popular tourist destination and includes the Margaret River region, Pemberton, & Walpole.
The Coral Coast has over 1000 km of stunning coastline and one of the most accessible reefs in the world. This region includes the popular Ningaloo Reef (Coral Bay & Exmouth), Kalbarri, Monkey Mia, & Jurien Bay.
Australia’s North West includes the Kimberley and Pilbara regions, including Broome, Cape Leveque, Bungle Bungle Range, Kununurra, & Karijini National Park. Get a real outback experience.
The Great Southern region of Western Australia is located on the south coast, which includes a rugged coastline and tall timber forests. Part of the SW region, it includes Denmark, Albany, Bremer Bay, Stirling Range & Porongurup National Park.
Goldfields-Esperance is the largest region in Western Australia and is located to the south east corner of the state. Towns include Esperance and Kalgoorlie.