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The Serbian Orthodox Church of Holy Trinity

38 Marlborough Street, Perth City WA 6000

The Holy Trinity Church and School Community in Perth was registered on the 4th of September, 1953. The setting stone for the Church Hall was placed by the Russian archpriest Sergije on the 8th of January 1955. The centre was built through donations and was blessed on the 1st of July 1956 by the monk Georgije (Djonlic).

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Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

Walpole Nornalup National Park, Valley Of The Giants Road, Denmark WA 6333
The Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk gives you a bird's eye view of some of the tallest timber giants on Earth - Western Australia's majestic tingle trees. Climbing 40 metres into the forest canopy and meandering through the treetops for
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Lighthouse Bay

Mildura Wreck Road, Exmouth WA 6707

Lighthouse Bay is extremely popular due to the diverse range of water based activities on offer. Try your hand at fishing from the beach, surf the waves, swim in the calmer shallow waters or just laze on the beach and take in the beauty of the bay. Whilst on the beach you will be able to see the remains of SS Mildura which ran aground in 1907 following a cyclone. The area is home to several exceptional dive sites for the diving enthusiast. With its proximity to the Ningaloo Reef, depending on the time of year you visit, you could find yourself diving with gigantic whale sharks or manta rays. Head out on a dive boat to explore the profusion of colour from the coral along the ocean bed and witness thousands of tropical fish gliding through the waters. Lighthouse Bay is on the edge of the Cape Range National Park which is home to breathtaking canyons and gorges. Visit the famous multi-coloured Yardie Creek Gorge, and search for one of 700 caves throughout the park. Lighthouse Bay is a short drive from Exmouth and 14 hours drive north of Perth.

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Potshot Monument

via Murat Road, Exmouth WA 6707

A visit to the Potshot Monument near Exmouth in the state's north provides you with an opportunity to learn about one of the significant roles the West Australian coast played in World War II. Located on the site of Operation Potshot, the monument commemorates the use of the West Australian coast for the allied attacks on the Japanese. The United States (US) submarines used this area as a refuelling base and an airstrip was built for the fighting squadron until it was destroyed by a cyclone in 1945. Take a short drive from this significant site to see the breathtaking views of Shothole Canyon in Cape Range National Park. Enjoy a scenic drive through the park or tackle some of it on foot for a close up look at the spectacular wildflowers in bloom. Potshot Monument is located 20 minutes drive from Exmouth and 14 hours north of Perth.

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Point Moore Lighthouse

via Willcock Drive, Geraldton WA 6530

The red and white candy stripes of Point Moore Lighthouse are a spectacular sight that stands out proudly amidst the Geraldton landscape. Standing 34 metres high it was the first all steel tower built on the mainland of Australia, back in 1878. With its bold colours, the lighthouse has become an icon of the port town of Geraldton. The lighthouse is not open to the public; however you can walk around the bottom of the lighthouse and read the interpretive plaque which provides some interesting facts about the lighthouse and its history. Situated at Point Moore, five minutes from Geraldton's town centre, the views of the ocean from the lighthouse are stunning. Walk along the point and take advantage of a great photo opportunity. Geraldton is a five hour drive north of Perth.

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Sir John Forrest Monument

Corner of Victoria and Stephen Streets, Bunbury WA 6230

Visit the impressive limestone sculpture of Sir John Forrest which sits in St Paul's Place in the heart of Bunbury. Sculpted in 1979 by Mark LeBuse, the monument was commissioned to coincide with the 150th year anniversary celebrations. Capture the unique sculpture on camera and read the commemorative plaque that lies beneath. Sir John Forrest was known as Western Australia's favourite son. He was a surveyor, explorer and politician who played a significant role in shaping the future of the country. Take a walk around St Paul's Place to view the site of St Paul's Anglican Pro-Cathedral which was demolished in 1963. Discover the significance this site held to Sir John, who attended the church and school that stood here before the cathedral was built. The Sir John Forrest Monument is easy to find on the corner of Victoria and Stephen Streets in Bunbury, which is a two hours south of Perth. Whilst in the historic town of Bunbury why not join the Heritage Trail walk. Depending on how much time you have you can take anywhere from two hours to two days to visit the fifty significant sites and historical buildings on the walk.

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Lighthouse

Ocean Drive, Bunbury WA 6230

This Lighthouse is a striking landmark. It stands some 25 metres above the ground and its light is visible from 27 kilometres away. The original Lighthouse on Marlston Hill served for 33 years until 1903 when increased trade created the need for a more modern facility. It was moved to its present site in 1971.

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Bathurst Lighthouse

via Lancier Street, Rottnest Island WA 6161

Bathurst Lighthouse, on the northern edge of Rottnest Island, was built in 1900 to support Wadjemup Lighthouse following the City of York shipping disaster in 1899, where 11 lives were lost. It is 20 metres high and in conjunction with Wadjemup and the Fremantle Lighthouse, creates a navigational triangle to guide skippers. The reef structure surrounding Rottnest Island meant that the construction of two lighthouses was essential to assist vessels to navigate the channel between Fremantle and the Island. Located at one of the highest points on the island, visitors can see the lighthouse and the breathtaking views on offer.

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Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage Museum

Annear Place, Babbage Island, Carnarvon WA 6701

The Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage Museum captures the life of the early pioneers that operated the lighthouse in Carnarvon. It has been restored and provides an interesting look back at the lives led by the original lighthouse keepers during the 1900s, as well as providing some fascinating information about how the lighthouse operated. Forming part of the Carnarvon Heritage Precinct you can catch a ride on the Coffee Pot train along the One Mile Jetty and out over the Indian Ocean. For the walking enthusiast there is a three kilometre hike which will introduce you to much of the area's stunning wildflowers and wildlife. Descriptive information boards along the way will help you identify the various species. Whilst in the precinct allow some time to visit the longest jetty in the state's north, One Mile Jetty, and visit the Railway Museum. Carnarvon is a 10 hour drive north of Perth.

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Wadjemup Lighthouse

Wadjemup Road, Rottnest Island WA 6161

Wadjemup Lighthouse, in the centre of the island, was constructed in 1896. Standing at approximately 38 metres, it is the fourth tallest lighthouse in Australia and replaced the original 20 metre structure built in 1849 by Aboriginal prisoners. Three other buildings in the Wadjemup precinct, including the Signal Station, the Battery Observation Post and the Women's Royal Australian Navy Service, are intact and linked by self-guided interpretive signage. Wadjemup Lighthouse was constructed to assist vessels to navigate the channel between Fremantle and the island. Visitors will be able to get a glimpse of Perth City from the location of the lighthouse, as it was built on the highest point on the Island.

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

1267 Cape Naturaliste Road, Dunsborough WA 6281

Marvel at Mother Nature's beauty and power as you tour Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse. With only 59 steps, it is Australia's most accessible lighthouse! Wind your way to the top of the tower, unveiling breathtaking views across the Indian Ocean and the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park. From the balcony, try spotting whales and their young frolicking in the waters below during the annual migratory period, from September to December. Friendly tour guides will provide you with fascinating insights into the functions of this working lighthouse. Take a step back in time as you hear tales of ships wrecked off the formidable coastline and the hardships of life as a lighthouse keeper. Stories of resident ghosts Harry and Mary will be sure to send a tingle down your spine! Finish your visit with refreshments on the panoramic deck, or by the fireplace, in the lovingly restored lighthouse keeper's cottage.

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Vlamingh Head Lighthouse

via Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth WA 6707

The Vlamingh Head Lighthouse offers spectacular views of Ningaloo Reef and a great vantage point to witness the famous Western Australian sunset from its elevated location on a hill above the ocean near Exmouth. Take a tour of the lighthouse and learn about its interesting history and that of other lighthouses in the area. An interactive tour suitable for children is also offered. Take a walk around the outside of the lighthouse to see the panoramic views of the ocean. You may be lucky to see humpback whales migrating south from the vantage point on the hill. The Vlamingh Head Lighthouse is situated near Exmouth, a 10 hour drive north of Perth. Flights from Perth to nearby Learmonth Airport depart daily and take just under two hours. Whilst in the area, be sure to visit the world famous Ningaloo Marine Park.

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Miners Monument

Burt Street, Kalgoorlie WA 6430

A visit to the town of Boulder provides you with an opportunity to visit the Miners Monument located in the centre of the town. The monument was created to commemorate over 1,300 miners that have been killed since the gold rush of the 1890s. Examine the realistic detail of the statue that depicts a miner using an air leg drill, which is often used in underground mines. After viewing the monument, continue down Burt Street on foot, and join into the Boulder Historic Walk. The walk encompasses one of the most significant historical streetscapes in Western Australia. Each building along the route has a story and makes for an attractive photograph. The Miners Monument is just 20 minutes drive from Kalgoorlie and a seven hour drive east of Perth.

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Lighthouse Scenic Drive

via Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth WA 6707

The Lighthouse Scenic Drive offers breathtaking views of the North West Cape as you drive up to Valmingh Head. Meander up the hill to see the grand Vlamingh Lighthouse for spectacular panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and Ningaloo Reef. Be sure to keep a look out for migrating whales during the migration season. Take the interactive tour of the 1912 lighthouse and learn about its interesting history. Continue to the edge of the lookout to see the site of World War II aircraft ruins. For a small cost you can hire binoculars to take full advantage of the magnificent views. Whilst in the area, ensure you make time to explore the magnificent marine life of the Ningaloo Reef. The Lighthouse Scenic Drive starts just outside of Exmouth, which is a 14 hour drive north of Perth. It is advisable to contact the Exmouth Tourist Bureau to confirm the drive is open prior to departure.

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Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

Leeuwin Road, Augusta WA 6290

This is truly one of the great capes of the world and also Western Australia's tallest lighthouse - Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse. The powerful Indian and Southern Oceans converge at this famous landmark. The historic Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse near Augusta is situated at the most south westerly tip of Australia. This famous landmark is over 100 years old and remains an important working lighthouse and collection point for meteorological data. Learn about the intriguing maritime history of the area, view fantastic marine life including dolphins, whales and seabirds and climb to the top to check out the wind speed. The Leeuwin Lighthouse café offers coffee, hot chocolate, scones and light meals. Browse the gift shop for souvenirs to take home. Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is situated a leisurely 10 minutes drive south of Augusta.

T-Bone North Camp at Cape Range National Park

Cape Range National Park, Cape Range National Park WA 6707
*** T-Bone North Camp is currently closed following an extreme rainfall event. *** Located in Cape Range National Park, T-Bone North Camp has access to the ocean and Ningaloo Marine Park for swimming and snorkelling. Ningaloo Marine Park also offers first-class diving and surfing, with other highlights including the chance to see whalesharks, marine turtles and humpback whales. Cape Range National Park also offers walking trails and scenic lookouts. T-Bone North Camp itself is the smallest campground in Cape Range National Park with just three sites that are suitable for tents, regular size small campervans, caravans and camper trailers. Campers are advised that campfires are not permitted at any time and no fresh water is available. Bookings cannot be made, and available sites are allocated at the park entry station. Pay on arrival at the park. Peak season is April (or from Good Friday in years when Easter falls in March) to October, and there can be long queues, particularly during public and school holidays. November to March is cyclone season: check alerts for notification of parks closures. Park entry fees apply at Cape Range National Park....

UB40

1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle WA 6160
With the band’s beloved original front-man Ali Campbell at the helm, together with founding members Astro and Mickey Virtue, UB40’s Australian return will be one of the most anticipated events of the year. Returning to Australian shores off the back of lauded performances at this year’s Byron Bay Bluesfest, Ali Campbell’s UB40 will hit the stage in 2017 for all-ages appearances beginning at Perth’s Fremantle Arts Centre on Tuesday January 10....

Red Dirt Photographic Tours

10 Carnarvon Street, Broome WA 6725
Red Dirt Photographic Tours has specialised photographic day and extended tours on a seasonal basis from April to October. The tours are limited to eight people; this ensures that your time spent with Nigel allows you to get the very best from his tuition. They offer a one day of Broome and surrounds, a three day at Cape Leveque and a 10 day Gibb River Road photography tour. Nigel will teach you the finer points of composition, the unique quality of the light and general camera confidence. The tours suit all levels of photographers, from those who just want to remember their holiday with some stunning and different images, to those who are very competent and are keen to learn something new. You will be taken to areas that are off the beaten track, with deserted pristine beaches and amazing rock formations and return home with a record of your holiday that will be second to none! See Broome as you have never seen it before!...

Charles Knife Canyon

Charles Knife Road, Exmouth WA 6707
Charles Knife Road in Cape Range National Park leads you up to the top of the spectacular ranges offering awesome views back into the Charles Knife Canyon, the gorges and Exmouth Gulf. If possible, try to arrive at the top of the road at sunrise as you will be blessed with an unforgettable sight. After taking in the views of Exmouth Gulf from Thomas Carter Lookout, take the bush trail that leads through the canyon and offers numerous photographic opportunities. Located close to Charles Knife Canyon is Shothole Canyon. Take a scenic drive around the canyon and seize the opportunity to stop and examine the colourful layers of the rock face. Join the walking trail at the bottom of the canyon to explore much of the national park land and look out for some of the resident marsupials. Charles Knife Road is located 21 kilometres south of Exmouth. Caution should be taken when exploring the canyons as there can be dangerous loose surfaces. Ensure you bring water, appropriate footwear and contact the Department of Environment and Conservation for a walk trail guide of the park....

Wattoning Historical Site

Wattoning West Road, Mukinbudin WA 6479
The Wattoning Historical Site houses the remains of an old homestead and early settlement and provides an insight into the struggles experienced by the early pioneers of the region. The settlement was developed to cart water to the township at the turn of the 19th century. Look at the skilful brickwork of the deep well and the intriguing Gnamma Holes which were dug through the rock to draw drinking water for the settlers. Imagine the hardships experienced by the settlers trying to set themselves up in this harsh climate. Pay your respects to the three lonely graves that are one of the few signs of life in the area and read their headstones. Wander around the remains of the old homestead and see the original fruit trees planted by the settlers, which are still bearing fruit. The Wattoning Historical Site is located near Elachbutting Rock. While in the area pay a visit to this granite outcrop which has eroded into a spectacular wave like formation over many thousands of years. Wattoning is near the Central Wheatbelt town of Mukinbudin and is a four hour drive east of Perth. ...

Mornington Wilderness Camp

Via Gibb River Road, Derby WA 6728
Located in the heart of the Kimberley, Mornington Wildlife Sanctuary, owned and managed by the non-profit Australian Wildlife Conservancy, offers nearly one million acres of spectacular gorges and tropical savannah dominated by the Fitzroy River and King Leopold Ranges. From the camp there are many enjoyable day trips at Mornington which will make you want to stay just one more day. Canoe down Diamond Gorge and swim and explore Sir John Gorge. Before dinner, take a hamper for sunset drinks at a number of stunning locations. Birdwatching tours leave early in the morning, guided by experienced birdwatchers to the best locations. Private tours are available to exclusive locations such as the waterfall at Fitzroy Bluff and the shady Livistona gullies beside Mount Leake. Scenic flights and helicopter tours are available on request. Relax and soak up the atmosphere with a few nights in the new Safari tents which boast their own private ensuite and balcony overlooking Annie’s creek. Alternatively pitch your own tent in the shady campground, which has communal hot showers and flushing toilets. In the evenings, dine under the stars at the bush bar and licensed restaurant which offers fantastic meals matched with premium Western Australian wines. ...

Mount Adelaide

Albany Heritage Park, Albany WA 6330
Mount Adelaide is the site of the National Anzac Centre and the Princess Royal Fortress Military Museum. The Princess Royal Fortress is a treasure trove of military history, with a focus on the 10th Lighthorse regiment. The National Anzac Centre will be a commemorative and beautiful place where visitors can reflect on the history and sacrifices of World War I. Mount Adelaide is overlooked by Mount Clarence, home to the Desert Mounted Corps Memorial and the Padre White lookout. Both Mount Adelaide and Mount Clarence overlook the Ataturk Channel and offer a breathtaking view of King George Sound, where the original Convoy ships were anchored before departing Albany and eventually arriving in Gallipoli....

Yarloop Heritage Trail

School Road, Yarloop WA 6218
Take the opportunity to explore the historic timber town of Yarloop by taking a leisurely one hour walk along the informative Yarloop Heritage Trail. The trail offers an interesting insight into the timber industry of the southwest and this little timber mill town. The walk includes a visit to many turn of the century buildings including the Old Wooden Pub, Mill Cottages, the Mill Doctor’s Residence, Hospital and the Old Mill Post Office. Whilst many of the restored buildings are now private homes, there is an opportunity to walk around several historical sites including the Catholic and Anglican Churches and a war memorial. Collect a guide book from the Yarloop Steam Workshop and whilst there, take some time to join a guided tour of the workshops for an in-depth look at the way of life of the millers, how the machinery operated and the history of Yarloop. Conveniently located less than two hours drive south of Perth, Yarloop makes an excellent day trip or short break. It is well placed as a stop off on your visit to the south west....

Spring Bay Villas

678 Ocean Beach Road, Denmark WA 6333
Spring Bay Villas is in a superb location with uninterrupted views of Wilson Inlet and close to Ocean Beach. Enjoy the modern design, spacious layout and your own space in these four Star, private, free standing, self-contained Villas and Spa Studios. Spa Studios offer views of Wilson Inlet or look out over the hills and surrounding farmland. Relax in your spa and enjoy the view. Each of the three, very private free standing studios has vaulted ceilings, a spacious kitchen, living room and floor to ceiling picture windows opening on to your private balcony with commanding views. They are ideally set up for couples with a spa, en suite and fully fitted kitchen. All Villas have views of Wilson Inlet and are fully self-contained. Ocean Beach is a short walk away. Birdlife is prolific on Wilson Inlet. The ideal stop over for your next holiday....

Geordie Bay

via Temeraire Road, Rottnest Island WA 6161
Geordie Bay located on the northern side of Rottnest Island has one of the largest and most popular sandy beaches on the island. The perfect place to reside while on the island, Geordie Bay is home to several modern holiday units that overlook the stunning open ocean. While at Geordie Bay you can also enjoy a mouth watering meal at the Geordie Bay Café, or if you prefer to make your own, you can purchase all your groceries from the Geordie Bay General Store, conveniently located close to the holidays units. Geordie Bay is also prime quokka territory....

Rottnest Channel Swim Association

PO Box 2004, Claremont WA 6010
Highly regarded worldwide and one of Western Australia's iconic events, the Karma Resorts Rottnest Channel Swim is a 19.7 kilometre open water swim from Cottesloe Beach to Rottnest Island. Whether competing as a solo, duo or team, the Karma Resorts Rottnest Channel Swim is a 'team' event with all swimmers surrounded by a support network of paddlers, boat skippers and crew. The event, managed by the Rottnest Channel Swim Association, is held in February of each year and is Rottnest Island's biggest day....

Budget Car and Truck Rental Geraldton

Geraldton Airport, Geraldton WA 6530
Budget Car and Truck Rental is renowned for meticulously maintained vehicles and quality service. They offer a wide range of cars, Four Wheel Drives and minibuses as well as Australia’s largest fleet of truck and commercial vehicles. Their car hire fleet is constantly being updated to ensure you enjoy the best in comfort and safety at competitive prices. Driving is one of the best ways to see the sights of Australia, and Budget offers customers the convenience of having over 190 car hire locations Australia wide so you are never far from a pick up point or friendly service. When you rent a car or truck from Budget you can also earn valuable rewards points. Budget is a proud car and truck rental partner of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program and the Flybuys program. Budget always offers customers a great rate and special deals to ensure you Drive your Dollar Further. In fact, Budget’s best cheap car hire prices and offers are available online at their website. Booking your rental with Budget is simpler. Online, through their reservation centres, direct in a Budget branch or via your travel agent – you choose....

Cockburn Range

via El Questro Road, Wyndham WA 6740
You can see the majestic orange cliffs of Cockburn Range in the East Kimberley on a four wheel driving trip along the Gibb River Road. Imposing and spectacular views are also on offer from the highway into Wyndham. The Cockburn Range is shaped like a vast round fortress and rises more than 600 metres above the plains. From a distance, there’s no hint of the deep gorges and permanent pools which lie hidden within. Cockburn Range sits entirely on land owned by El Questro Wilderness Park. El Questro offers trips to the range, or there are other private bushwalking tours available. A scenic flight affords another amazing view. Cockburn Range is about a two hour drive from Kununurra in the East Kimberley....

Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef

Yardie Creek Road, Cape Range National Park WA 6707
Sal Salis is an exclusive bush camp offering comfort and style in the Cape Range National Park and overlooking the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef. Accommodation is 16 in free standing, spacious tents on raised platforms, each has an en suite bathroom with an eco-friendly toilet and a solar hot water shower. Designed to blend with the dunes the tents have comfortable beds and views of the Indian Ocean. The social heart of the camp includes lounge, bar and library areas and is raised above coastal scrub affording views of the reef and the breakers beyond. Chef prepared meals are served communally. The focus of your stay is the environment and a team of passionate guides are on hand to host guided snorkelling, kayak expeditions and gorge walks in the Ranges. At extra cost are swimming with whale sharks (April to July) and humpback whales (August to October) marine adventures. At night stare up at the Milky Way and a canopy of stars stretching across the southern night skies. The tariff is inclusive of accommodation, all meals and beverages from a select open bar, use of snorkel equipment and guided activities. Airport transfers can be arranged at an additional cost....

Wanneroo Markets

33 Prindiville Drive, Wangara WA 6065
Wanneroo Markets every weekend. A Perth icon for 25 years. Experience a different fun day, every weekend at the Wanneroo Markets. Try, taste and buy from the market stalls with Western Australia’s largest fresh fruit and vegetable produce section. Unique gifts and home wares from home and abroad, jewellery and local art and craft. Great haircuts (cheap) at Salon Express, Two Buck Shop, beauty therapy or rugs, outdoor furniture and lots of food. Over 150 stalls all under cover with half air-conditioned. Everything you’d expect for a great day out. It’s all at Wanneroo Markets! ...

Porongurup

Porongurup, Porongurup WA 6324
Porongurup's striking natural beauty is 1,100 million years in the making. Here, at the heart of one of the world's biodiversity hotspots, this unique granite range of twelve peaks rises above a tall karri tree forest rich in birdlife and a staggering array of spring wildflowers. From Albany, it's just a 45 minute drive north to reach Porongurup and its national park. Or, if you're driving from Perth, you can make the journey in four and a half hours. Pack your camera, binoculars, walking shoes, a picnic and a sense of adventure and take your pick from the national park's rock and peak walks and pretty picnic spots. In 2,401 hectares of diverse bushland habitats you're likely to encounter some of the 78 species of birds and 700 flowering plants that have been recorded here, including many rare and extraordinary orchids and lichen varieties. On the horizon sits the Stirling Range, just 30 kilometres to the north - another haven for some of Australia's most unique flora and fauna featuring short wildflower walks, scenic drives and challenging full-day treks to the mountain summits. Dotted through the surrounding countryside of Porongurup, you'll also find a selection of boutique, family-owned wineries, where you can taste the fruits of this emerging cool climate wine region and drink in views across the vineyards to the Stirling Range beyond. Inspired by unique natural landscapes and materials, local artists showcase an impressive variety of wood craft, wrought iron and other arts and crafts, making a unique souvenir of your stay in the Porongurups. Tranquility, indulgence and country charm can all be found in the choice of accommodation available in and around Porongurup, from welcoming farmstays and bed and breakfasts to quaint holiday cottages and secluded chalets....

Old Pioneer Cemetery Coolgardie

Off Forrest Street, Coolgardie WA 6429
A visit to the Old Pioneer Cemetery Coolgardie will give you an appreciation of the hardships experienced by the gold mining opportunists who flocked to the goldrush town in the 1890s. This historic site became the final resting place of a significant number of unknown hopefuls who were struck down by an outbreak of typhoid. Prior to your visit stop in at the Coolgardie Visitor Centre and collect a map to guide you to graves of historical significance including the famous explorer Ernest Giles and early pioneers John and Agnes Holland. Stroll around this fascinating goldrush town learning about its significant role in Australia’s history. Signs scattered throughout the town signify important historical sites. Take a short five minute drive to the original site of the gold discovery or wander around several museums in the town offering an insight into the goldrush years. Coolgardie is located just over six hours drive east of Perth, approximately 40 kilometres west of Kalgoorlie....

Midland Town Hall

39 Old Great Northern Highway, Midland WA 6056
The Midland Town Hall was built 1906 in French renaissance style and forms a distinctive landmark in Midland. It is historically significant as one of the best town halls of that period and for its continuous association with the municipal government in Midland. Today the hall is still used for council purposes. Midland is located 30 minutes drive east of Perth. ...
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Out of Sight Tours

73 South Coast Highway, Denmark WA 6333
Have the experience of a lifetime! Come on board with Dr Dave, the Adventure Doctor, and experience the wonders of one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots. Take a trip on the wild side! Multi-award winning tour operator, Out of Sight Tours specialises in small group and private four wheel drive tours to West Cape Howe, the southern-most point of Western Australia. Stand on the southern most edge of Western Australia. Hear the roar of the wild Southern Ocean as it lashes the dolerite cliffs below your feet. The stunning rugged scenery of West Cape Howe National Park is mesmerizing. You'll be transfixed by the amazing beauty of this remote and inaccessible location. Their extraordinary eco-tour will take you on an awesome off-road journey to places that few people will ever see. Your experienced guide will take you along a four-wheel-drive-only track to see amazing granite and dolerite coastal cliffs, peaceful beaches, and hideaway bays. Whether you are staying for a few days, or lingering a little longer, let Out of Sight Tours show you the iconic sights as well as the hidden treasures. Find out what makes Australia's South West such a special place to visit....
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Karrak Reach Forest Retreat

103 Silver Road, Scotsdale WA 6333
Karrak Reach is a very special place. Karrak Reach has three superbly built, eco designed chalets perched at the highest point of the property, surrounded by forest and offering unsurpassed views of the Scotsdale Valley. The property provides a perfect getaway for couples, families and groups. Pack a picnic and explore the 50 acres of karri forest at your doorstep. The property abounds with wildlife and is a bird watchers paradise. Wake up every morning to choirs of kookaburras and magpies. Share magnificent sunsets with the kangaroos that visit the property daily. Situated in the heart of the Denmark winery district, the chalets are close to galleries and local attractions. Karrak Reach is tailored for people who want to experience the spirit of Denmark and who respect and appreciate the environment....
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Conspicuous Beach

via Nornalup Beach Road, Nornalup WA 6333
The spectacular coastline at Conspicuous Beach in the state’s south is extremely popular for fishing and surfing. Whilst the rough waters are not recommended for swimming, surfers will take delight in the breakers off the coast. Take a walk along the boardwalk that follows alongside the beach and leads up to a viewing platform on Conspicuous Cliff. You may be fortunate enough to see whales gliding through the ocean on their migratory path. The panoramic ocean views are truly magnificent. Keen walkers can appreciate the area by walking a section of the Bibbulmun Track which passes by Conspicuous Beach on its journey from Kalamunda, near Perth to Albany. Known as one of the world’s great long distance walks, stretching nearly 1,000 kilometres, it offers many gratifying views. If your visit brings you to the Walpole area over the summer months, you will be rewarded with the impressive display of flowers from the Red Flowering Gum trees. Conspicuous Beach is located 20 minutes east of Walpole and five and half hours drive south of Perth....

The Karijini Experience

Banjima Drive, Wittenoom WA 6751
The Karijini Experience, now in its fifth year, has cemented a reputation for delivering intimate, authentic, once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Held on the traditional lands of the Banjima people, the Karijini Experience is a celebration of environmental protection, connection and culture. Timed to coincide with the school holidays and the perfect Pilbara weather, the Karijini Experience has lots of opportunity for the whole family to get involved. Respecting the capacity of the National Park to handle additional visitors means that tickets to the Karijini experience are strictly limited. This is an exclusive event that allows people to experience this magnificent location in unexpected ways, immersing themselves in the landscape, the culture and the many sensual joys of the region through a personalised program of events....

Riseborough Estate Winery & Gallery

Lot 21 of 110 Peterson Rise, Gingin WA 6503
Riseborough Estate Winery & Gallery is a spacious modern winery, cellar door and fine art gallery built on a hilltop with spectacular views over the valleys of Gingin. Our cellar door offers tastings of some fantastic award winning premium wines. This tranquil setting is amongst 20 acres of immaculately kept vines producing gold and silver medal winning wines at the 2005 Royal Perth and Swan Valley Shows. Gourmet hampers will be available in autumn and can be enjoyed on the premises or taken with you on your travels. Picnic under the beautiful flowering gum with a delicious Riseborough wine, unwind, relax and enjoy the rural ambience. Wander at ease and visit our beautiful fine art gallery upstairs promoting the work of acclaimed West Australian artists with a focus on sculpture. Regular exhibitions showcase contemporary and unusual works by established and emerging artists who work in glass, wood, metal and ceramic. A permanent mixed collection is located downstairs and outside for you to enjoy. There’re lots of luscious local goodies for sale including Moore River Olive Oil products, marmalades, mango chutneys, pistachios, macadamias, plus beautiful dichroic glass jewellery by Renata Palmonari. Riseborough Estate is a one hour drive north from Perth....

Lake Kununurra

via Lakeview Drive, Kununurra WA 6743
Go swimming, fishing, cruising, canoeing, sailing, rowing and skiing on the waters of Lake Kununurra in the East Kimberley. The Lake was formed after the completion of the Diversion Dam in Kununurra, and today harbours a variety of wildlife, with its wetland areas internationally recognised for the wonderful range of bird life they support. The waters of Lake Kununurra have also been recently re-stocked with more than 300,000 of the highly prized trophy fish - the barramundi - making it a destination for keen anglers to put their strength and endurance to the test. The 56 kilometre stretch of water from the dam wall at Lake Argyle to the Diversion Dam passes through some of the most scenic countryside in the region. So be sure to take a boat cruise and travel down Carlton Gorge with its magnificent cliffs and rock overhangs. Or enjoy magnificent waterfalls that cascade into the gorge during the wet season. You can also hire a canoe and paddle from dam to dam, camping on the riverbank overnight. Lake Kununurra fringes the township of Kununurra and extends to the Lake Argyle dam wall about a 40 minute drive from town....

Condingup

Condingup, Condingup WA 6450
Condingup is your gateway to the bird haven of Cape Arid National Park, where keen spotters have recorded more than 160 species, including the rare western ground parrot. You're also just a short drive away from your very own secluded south coast bay and Australia's whitest beach - the idyllic Lucky Bay of Cape Le Grand National Park. Sitting just 45 minutes east of Esperance, you can choose to take a nine hour road trip from Perth or hop on a one and a half hour flight to Esperance from the capital and hire your wheels when you get here. While many attractions are easily accessible, a four wheel drive is a must if you want to venture off the beaten track. On the coast between Cape Arid and Duke of Orleans Bay, you're likely to find a pristine white-sand bay to fish, swim, surf and enjoy all to yourself. Or you can head for the region's most famous beauty spot, Lucky Bay. Join the resident kangaroos who frequently lounge on the beach and take in magnificent vistas of the Recherche Archipelago. Heading east into Cape Arid National Park, switch to four wheel drive or hit the walking trails with your binoculars and explore the diverse natural habitats that support more than 160 bird species. From the striking beauty of Yokinup Bay and Little Tagon Bay, to heathland, banksia woodland and semi-arid eucalypt woodland, you can spot a huge array of water birds, 16 species of honeyeater and endangered birds including Carnaby's black-cockatoos and Cape Barren geese. After good winter rains, head up to Condingup Lookout and admire the spectacular splashes of colour that wildflower season brings to the surrounding landscape. For a taste of Condingup country life, call in at the winery, craft shop or the local tavern....

Hampton Road Heritage Walk

Hampton Road, Northampton WA 6535
The Hampton Road Heritage Walk presents a unique opportunity to explore historically significant buildings in the town of Northampton. Start your visit at the old Police Station, which now houses the Northampton Visitor Centre, where you can pick up a guide to the walk. Examine the fine construction work of many of the buildings which are believed to have been built by convicts. Step back in time with a tour of the Chiverton House Museum to learn about the life of miners in the late 1800s. Visit Our Lady in Ara Coeli Church and Convent of the Sacred Heart which were designed by Monsignor John Hawes, a prominent and respected architect and priest who was responsible for many significant buildings in this region. Saunter through the Gwalla Church and cemetery ruins, the Mary Street Railway Precinct and the Motors and Machinery Shed. The walk through Northampton can take anywhere from 30 minutes to a day or more to explore depending on what you'd like to visit. Northampton is 50 kilometres north of Geraldton or five hours drive north of Perth and has been classified as a historic town by the National Trust....

Lake Argyle Adventure Race

Lake Argyle Resort, Lake Argyle WA 6743
The Lake Argyle Adventure Race - Be Part of the Challenge. Solo Adventure Sunday, Team Adventure Saturday. Swim for two kilometres in the fresh blue waters of Lake Argyle. Run eight kilometres of stunning hills and trails. Mountain bike 36 kilometres in an amazing landscape. Kayak 12 kilometres, then run the 1.5 kilometres back to the Lake Argyle Resort. A day of adventure in paradise!...

Boyup Brook Country Music Festival

Jackson Street, Boyup Brook WA 6244
The Boyup Brook Country Music Festival presented by LiveLighter, is the premier Country Music Event in Western Australia held over four days. This fantastic event is held annually on the third weekend in February in the South West town of Boyup Brook. The Boyup Brook Country Music Festival is known not only for its amazing headline acts, but also for its incredibly diverse line-up that always has something for everyone. To add to the line up of nationally acclaimed country music artists, for the first time in 2017, the Country Music Club of Boyup Brook is thrilled to be welcoming the legendary Lee Kernaghan to its stage. The West Australian Country Music Awards on the Friday night, showcases the sensational talent of Western Australia. Saturday kicks off with a free Street Carnival, full of captivating buskers, charming stalls and delicious food, followed by the Ute and Truck Muster, with a roaring parade through the streets before heading down to the festival for a full 12 hours of boot-scooting and singing along to premium country music artists. Sunday starts with Australia's largest Bush Poets Breakfast then heads into another day packed with delightful country music....
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Rottnest Island Authority Holiday Units - Longreach Bay

Zephyr Road, Rottnest Island WA 6161
Enjoy a relaxing holiday in the unique self-contained Rottnest Island Authority Holiday Units available at Rottnest Island. Although Rottnest Island's unique accommodation is extremely popular, especially during the summer months, there are plenty of opportunities throughout the year to enjoy an island holiday. In Longreach Bay you have a choice of staying in Premium View and Ocean View accommodation, all in close proximity to Rottnest Island's beautiful beaches and some with breathtaking ocean views and absolute beach frontage. For more information please see their website. Accommodation can be booked up to 18 months in advance. See the availability checker on the website, or you can contact the friendly Rottnest Island Reservations team on the phone numbers provided....

Roy Little Park Merredin

King Street, Merredin WA 6415
Roy Little Park provides a paved walking or cycle trail, playground, picnic seats and a home for the other two legged locals - the ducks. Nearby to the north of the Shire administration centre, is the Long Tan Vietnam Memorial Pond which is a dedication to the soldiers and their service during the Vietnam War....

Peron Homestead

Department of Parks and Wildlife, Denham WA 6537
Peron Homestead was a working pastoral station in the early 1900s. This historical attraction provides an insight into life on a sheep farm during the earlier part of the last century. Allow 45 minutes to walk the self guided trail around the precinct visiting the shearing shed and stock yards where you can read about the station’s interesting past. Enjoy a picnic on the grassed lawns or cook up a feast on the barbeques before taking a relaxing soak in the artesian hot tub. Due to the shortage of fresh water from the peninsula, the artesian bore was sunk to provide water for the sheep. It has now been developed into a large hot tub which is a highlight of the experience for most visitors. Take a walk through the interpretive centre to discover more about the settlers that ran the sheep station and the Aboriginal people who lived on the land. Learn about the Department of Environment and Conservation’s exceptional plan to bring back endangered species to the area through Project Eden. Peron Homestead is located within Francois Peron National Park just 15 minutes from the town of Denham and eight hours drive north of Perth....

Kimberleyland Holiday Park

1519 Victoria Highway, Kununurra WA 6743
Just off the Victoria Highway, adjacent to Celebrity Tree Park, Kimberleyland Holiday Park lies at the edge of Lily Lagoon overlooking the spectacular Sleeping Buddha rock formation. Set on manicured lawns leading down to the waterfront, Kimberleyland offers large shady sites, lakeside self-contained cabins and a saltwater pool. With magnificent views and abundant wildlife, Kimberleyland offers the ideal environment to explore the majestic Ord River. Go canoeing, boating, flying, fishing, abseiling or just ... simply stay and relax. Kimberleyland caters for all budgets and their Tour Desk can help you organise an exciting itinerary. The park facilities offer you privacy, entertainment and a stunning location at the waterfront of Lake Kununurra. All this is available just a convenient one kilometre from the town centre....
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Tinglewood Cabins

37 Bridge Road, Walpole WA 6398
Set in the 'Heart of the Walpole Wilderness' and deep in the lush South West of Western Australia, Tinglewood Cabins provides access to the Valley of the Giants, and Tree Top Walk, bush walking, hiking, canoeing, fishing, and swimming all within moments of your chalet. Tinglewood Cabins is set on a beautiful picturesque hill top which is surrounded by majestic Karri and Tingle forest and has magnificent forest and valley views. You will have 90 acres to explore and enjoy, half remains untouched forest and offers wonderful walking trails and wildflowers in spring. Each cabin has been built with verandas back and front so you can chase the sun or shade and enjoy an evening wine with the local kangaroos at dusk, ensuring that your privacy is maintained. Each cabin is spacious with the two bedroom cabins sleeping up to four and three bedroom cabins sleeping up to six people comfortably. Take in unspoilt nature at its very best, chill out with the peace and tranquillity, or be amazed at the magnificent night skies. Walpole township and inlet is only 6 minutes away all on bitumen sealed roads, Tree Top Walk and Valley of the Giants 15 minutes away....

Pentecost River

via Wyndham Karunjie Road, Wyndham WA 6740
The Pentecost River in the East Kimberley region is famed as one of the best spots in the area to go barramundi fishing. The epic four wheel drive track, the Gibb River Road, crosses over the Pentecost River and this crossing is the ideal place to throw in a fishing line. Head along a track on the north eastern side of the crossing for the best fishing spot. Experience the thrill of catching that big barramundi! But keep an eye out for saltwater crocodiles which inhabit the area – and don’t go swimming. The Pentecost River passes through El Questro Wilderness Park and makes an ideal place for camping. At El Questro’s Station Township it’s safe to go swimming in the Pentecost River. The Pentecost is one of the five rivers that meet at Wyndham and flow into the Cambridge Gulf. The Five Rivers Lookout offers an excellent view....