Travel to Western Australia always entails three things; sun, nature and a warm welcome. Western Australia is a vast region of Australia, much of which appears entirely untouched and completely unique. There is nowhere in the world which will welcome you with more warmth than Western Australia, and whatever activity you would like to try, there will be world class facilities somewhere across the vast region, with a perfect Western Australia holiday rental.
The Western Australian coastline offers a huge array of activities and unforgettable, ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunities like swimming with whale sharks, the world’s largest fish. The stunning Coral Coast, which stretches from Perth to Exmouth, is the marine life capital of Western Australia, and scuba diving holidays thrive. Taking Western Australia accommodation along this stretch of coast not only allows you to wake up with a swim or take breakfast on an endless white sand beach, but you can swim with dolphins (especially around Monkey Mia), explore the Pinnacles or walk the incredible coastal paths.
Inland, the unbelievable scenery of the Golden Outback cannot fail to impress and inspire. A Western Australia property in the outback provides countless, unforgettable experiences, from Aboriginal encounters to magical nights out on the veranda of your Western Australia accommodation, far from the worries of everyday life, illuminated only by the light of distant stars. The Outback is a wonderfully hospitable place, and there are a range of fantastically peculiar events and festivals throughout the year, including the Kulin Bush Races (racing home-made ‘horses’), and you can be guaranteed to have a magnificent evening in the local on a weekend!
To the South West of Perth, Western Australia turns into a world class wine tasting holiday destination. This region is a lush region of forests and creeks and is, after Perth, Western Australia’s most popular tourist destination. The excellent cuisine, unrivalled surfing and numerous whale watching possibilities help to make Western Australia accommodation in this southern region so popular. Scuba divers travel to this region to explore the HMAS Swan wreck dive, and the Busselton Jetty and Underwater Observatory are certainly worth viewing if you are touring Western Australia.
The capital of Western Australia, Perth, is a holiday hot-spot for Brits taking holiday accommodation in Western Australia. The beaches of Perth are wonderfully clean and uncrowded, located just 15 minutes from the centre of Perth, Western Australia. There are a huge array of shops, galleries, restaurants, and attractions in Perth. If you take a Western Australian property in Perth, get a unique look at the city from the treetop walk in the King’s Park Botanical Gardens.
Being such a large region, Western Australia has a range of climates. Depending on where you take accommodation in Western Australia you could experience the tropical ‘two season’ climate of the north or the temperate ‘four season’ climate of the south. When you are packing to travel to Western Australian accommodation, check the weather conditions before you leave!
Flights to Western Australia arrive into Perth (PER). There are over 195 international flights a week, many of which connect to the UK. As it is such a long flight, there are very few direct flights, but British Airways provide a range of options from the UK, meaning that the journey to your Western Australia holiday rental property is as relaxing and straight forward for you as possible.