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Travel Update: COVID-19

Western Australia

Escape into Western Australia , our biggest and boldest backyard. From Perth, explore the Pinnacles of Kalbarri National Park and the Coral Coast. Snorkel around Ningaloo Reef, see Monkey Mia’s dolphins at Shark Bay and stay at Eco Beach. Inland, seasonal wildflowers, mining towns and cattle stations await discovery.

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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.

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The Kimberley

Discover Australia’s last frontier, where fiery red landscapes and emerald flora are set off against cobalt skies. Explore secluded gorges that hide ancient Indigenous rock art, welcoming waterholes and get up close to the Bungle Bungle Range

The Untamed Kimberley

On an epic 4WD journey, see ancient art come to life on cave walls. Plunge into Emma Gorge's waters. Watch the sun disappear over the Bungle Bungle Ranges, and take to the skies and soar above Mitchell Falls.

Expedition Cruising

With a fleet of Zodiac excursion vessels on board of your Kimberley Cruise Ship, you can get closer to the action than ever before.