Exploring the Wonders of Australia

Whale Watching in WAExperience the diverse and magnificent landscapes of Western Australia (WA). The region will take you to some of the most extreme and fun-filled outdoor adventure, you’re yet to see. Be it in land, water or air, the region guarantees a one-of-a-kind tour for you.

If ever you’re wondering what places to visit, you better check out these suggestions to plan out the most perfect getaway:

Witness the Tidal Movements at Horizontal Falls

A scenic flight over the coastline of Talbot Bay in Buccaneer Archipelago and you know you’re off to a special adventure. Lying between the twin gaps of McLarty Ranges, the water passing through these two escarpments create huge tidal movements which is said to be the biggest in the world. It is said that it can reach up to 12 metres off the shore. On your visit you can experience the rushing tidal by riding on a jet boat.

Go Watch the Whale at WA’s Oceanfront

Follow the spectacular migration of whales which happens annually in a span of seven months. More than just its natural scenes, the region also brags about their enormous visitors. Whale watching in WA, according to All Sea Charters, is one of the most famous tourist attractions in all of the country. This phenomenon takes place between the months of May to December.

Bike Tour at the Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island is located off the coast of Western Australia. The area is most notably known for not having any cars going in and around the place. Tourists and locals alike travel around by riding or renting a bike. Thus, allowing people to take in the picturesque and charming beauty of the island in full bloom. You may also enjoy soaking in summer sun as there are nearby beaches you may visit around the area.

Enjoy the perfect getaway to Western Australia with these travel destinations. Try as many as adventure as you want to make the most out of your trip.

Posted on by Araceli ONeill in Digi-travel

About Araceli ONeill

Araceli wrote a thesis on grassroots-based tourism and has received several grants for further studies on the contribution of tourism to tourist-friendly countries in Asia and North America.

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