One third of the entire Australian continent is occupied by the vast plateau state of Western Australia. A predominantly arid territory, much of the land is sparsely populated, but the Mediterranean climate of its 12,000 miles of coastline draws in travelers from all over the world. The white sand beaches are havens for surfers and the Ningaloo Reef surpasses even the Great Barrier Reef in beauty. Visitors can experience a true outback adventure in the eastern North West region, taste wine in southern Margaret River, ride the waves at one of the dozens of spectacular surfing sites, soak up the sun at world famous Cable Beach, and, most importantly, spend peaceful nights at award-winning glamping sites.
City: Karijini National Park |
This multiple award winning Eco Retreat is the first and only permanent up-market, luxury accommodation in the Karijini National Park! Offering quality accommodations and facilities, the management and staff look forward to welcoming you to a unique world of environmentally friendly, affordable accommodation with a touch of luxu...
City: Broome |
Enjoy stunning beach views at this Australian wilderness retreat.