1) Karijini National Park
Karijini National Park is a breathtaking destination, located in the Pilbara region. Karijini is the second largest national park in Western Australia and features an abundance of natural wonders that make this spot a must visit for all travellers to the North West region. More...
2) Bungle Bungles – Purnululu
The Bungle Bungle Ranges is located in Purnululu National Park
, and is a mesmerising sight. The ranges resemble beehive-like mounds, covered in orange and black stripes from their encasement in silica and algae. More...
3) Great Falls of the Kimberley’s
Mitchell Falls - Mitchell Falls is located in the Mitchell Plateau Region; a region adorn with exotic plant life, wild life, a resemblance to an ancient landscape. In the north of the plateau, Mitchell Falls awaits. The beautiful multi-tiered pools of Mitchell Falls are breathtaking; and the upper pools are particularly popular for swimming. The stunning surrounds are an embellishment of palms and small patches of rainforest.
King George Falls - The King George River plunges an extraordinary 100 metres over a sandstone cliff into tidal waters, to create the King George Falls. This is a truly astounding and picturesque visual that every visitor to the north should experience. 8 kilometres from the falls lay the Diamond coast. The coastline adds to the magic of the area; delivering a number of coastal delights, including cliffs, gorges, mangroves, lined bays, and vast sand dunes. So secluded is the coastline that the only real access is via water or air.
4) Mackerel Islands
The Mackerel Islands
epitomise a tropical escape just 22 kilometres of the North West coast. Made up from a series of 10 islands, the Mackerel’s boasts world-class coral reefs, immaculate beaches, turquoise waters, and total seclusion. More...
For those travellers looking to unwind and rejuvenate, Broome
is your ideal location. This charismatic city boasts a distinctive charm, located between the red sandy desert and the sapphire blue sea. Lay along pristine coastline, Broome was one the pearling capital of the world; and has since become a hub of history with multicultural appeal. More...
6) Cape Leveque
Located at the tip of the Dampier Peninsula, Cape Leveque is a heaven for relaxation. For those looking to truly escape Cape Leveque ‘hidden’ qualities are the perfect solution. This captivating destination is bejewelled with miles of deserted beaches, tide pools, red ochre cliffs, and native communities amongst its surrounds. Cape Leveque’s most significant attraction is its astounding beauty and sense of clam; making it the perfect spot to swim, fish, and snorkel off its tranquil coastline.
is fascinating in its formation and history; and is located in the far north Kimberley region. They were formed by the flood waters of the Fitzroy River and are an enormous 30 metres deep. More...
8) Wolfe Creek Crater
The Wolfe Creek Crater
is located 151 kilometres south of Halls Creek. It is one of the earth’s largest and most fascinating meteorite craters. The Wolf Creek Crater is of the Class 1 type; where meteoric material has been found, most likely from an explosion cause from the meteors impact with Earth. More...
9) Gibb River Road
For 4WDrivers Gibb River Road is a ‘must do’ adventure. Gibb River Road is the 4WD option of the 2 main routes dissecting the Kimberly. The road provides access to a number of gorges that are inaccessible by normal vehicle. The Kimberly major highlights are its ruggedness, large expanse, mesmerising gorges, and outback charm. Gibb River Road gives visitors the chance to get in amongst all of this beauty and embark on an adventure. Whilst passing though the western Kimberley region, be awed by the stunning waterfalls, plunging gorges, sandstone ranges, and magnificent natural appeal that are the Kimberley’s.
10) Five Rivers Lookout Wyndham
Five Rivers Lookout
is one of Mother Nature’s amazing attractions; and is easy to get to by following the clear signposts from Wyndham. Offering one of the most captivating views along the whole Australian coastline, Five Rivers Lookout is truly unique. More...
Experience life on this Working
750,000 Acre Cattle Station.
43kms off the Gibb River Road and 300km north east of Derby
Located in the centre of Karratha, the Best Western Karratha Central Apartments are the ideal base for the leisure and corporate traveller. Offering 84 fully serviced apartments including studio rooms and 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, this accommodation is the most modern and comfortable in the Pilbara. Enjoy the luxury of a 4.5 star rated accommodation.
Ideally located close to the centre of Port Hedland the Hospitality Inn offers spacious self contained Motel Rooms. The Hospitality Inn Port Hedland has 40 air-conditioned rooms each with its own internet access, free in-house movies and mini bar. The Pilbara Room Restaurant is an a la carte restaurant which offers delicious meals along with a popular cocktail bar for pre-dinner drinks.
Luxury Short Stay Accommodation in self contained 2 bedroom apartments in the heart of Chinatown. Shiba Lane Apartments are designed specifically for those seeking the freedom afforded by ideally located accommodation, and who also demand luxury resort-quality facilities and services.
Offering all the modern conveniences of a boutique hotel, Mia Mia has 48 rooms - complete with contemporary decor, ensuite bathrooms, computer access and much more.
Wyndham is 3229km north of Perth and is the northernmost town in Western Australia. Wyndham has a population of 1,000.
Set in a tropical garden on the Darwin Harbour is the Northern Territory's premier cultural institution - the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT).