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Travel Update: COVID-19

Western Australia

Remoteness is Arnhem Land’s gatekeeper where slow living and ancient traditions are a way of life. Ease into coastal discoveries and enjoy friendly islander welcomes. Access abundant wildlife by Zodiac across Arafura Swamp. You’re also invited to observe the cultural practices of traditional landowners in this uniquely beautiful destination.

Where can we go?

Western Australia Map
View of rolling red clifs and forest, Western Australia

Karijini national Park

Discover Karijini National Park’s ancient gorges, cascades and sandstone rock formations, carved out of this rugged wilderness region.

Three dolphins swimming in the shallows, Western Australia

Monkey Mia

See the dolphins of Monkey Mia at Shark Bay. A friendly pod of wild bottlenose dolphins who feed here regularly.

Turtle swimming amongst coral, Australia

Ningaloo Reef

Explore the turquoise waters of the outer Ningaloo Reef, a pristine World-Heritage-listed site and home to the whale shark.