Use these travel guides to the Western Australia regions to decide what areas you would like visit.

aerial view of a river with green parkland and city buildings

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 view of a remote beach along the cape to cape track in margaret river

South West

TheĀ South West is Western Australia’s most popular tourist destination and includes the Margaret River region, Pemberton, & Walpole.

large cliffs between yardie creek in exmouth

Coral Coast

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.

red rocks surrounding the deep blue waters of a gorge and waterfall at Mitchell Falls Kimberley Western Australia

North West

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.

a pretty small white sand bay with calm turquoise clear water with rocks on the coastline

Great Southern

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.

rocky beach with blue turquoise water and red rocks

Golden Outback

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.