Major Cities that Every Travel Freak can Explore in Western Australia

By | May 6, 2017

 

Western Australia

Western Australia is comprised of the entire western third of Australia, which is created mostly of the arid and isolated locations. The population of Western Australia is concentrated in its fertile southwest corner and is also home to the Margaret River wine region and the riverside capital – Perth. There are many other gorgeous this part of the country has to offer for the visitors. Explore some of the most popular cities of Western Australia that should be in the wish list of all visiting Australia.

Margaret River

Margaret River

This small town is located in the south of Perth in Western Australia, which is recognized for its craft breweries, boutiques and surrounding wineries. Beaches and surf breaks line the close by coast, whose water is the host of the migratory whales from June to November. The town stretches between 2 lighthouses that are north and south of the town. There are some really beautiful tourist attractions to explore in Margaret River. The place is known for river and winery tours.

Exmouth

Exmouth

Exmouth is a small resort town in the North West Cape of Western Australia. It is a gateway to nearby Ningaloo Marine Park with its coral reefs, vibrant fishes and migratory whale sharks. On your visit to Exmouth, you can explore Cape Range National Park that has kangaroos, sheer cliffs and red rocky gorges. On the northwest coast of Cape, there are Jurabi Coastal Reserve’s tidal rock pools, beautiful beaches and grounds for marine turtles.  

Perth

Perth

Perth is the capital city of Western Australia, which is located on confluence of the Swan River and southwest coast. Its suburbs are surrounded with sandy beaches and the huge & riverside Kings Park and Botanic Garden on Mt. Eliza enjoy the sweeping views of the city. There is a Perth Cultural Centre, which houses the state ballet and opera companies. It also occupies its own central area, including a theatre, art galleries and a Western Australian Museum.

Busselton

Busselton

Located on the southwest tip of Western Australia, Busselton is a city that is known for its isolated beach and seasonal humpback whale populations. The beachfront features the 19th century Busselton Jetty. This wood pier stretches about 2 km to the Underwater Observatory, where life in a coral reef can be witnessed. In the northeast of the city, the towering tuart trees of Tuart Forest National Park are home to 2 species of possum.

Broome

Broome

Broome is a beach resort town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. It is comprised of Indian Ocean coastline that lines the white sands of 22 KM long Cable Beach and offers a panoramic backdrop for camel rides during sunset. There is a Gantheaume Point where tracks of dinosaur are revealed in the red rocks of the beach during low tide. The historic Chinatown of the city overlooks Roebuck Bay, which is a jumping off point for cruises to local pearl farms.

Albany

Albany

Albany is a port city in the Great Southern Region of Western Australia, which is located in 418 km South East of Perth. This is the oldest permanently settled town in Western Australia, predating Perth and Fremantle more than two years.

Dunsborough

Dunsborough

Dunsborough is a scenic coastal town in the South West of Western Australia. The place is really popular among the Western Australians and was voted as the best tourist destination of the state. Due to enjoying its location in Margaret River Wine Region, the town offers easy access to a number of wineries and breweries. It is really popular among the youth.

Pemberton

Pemberton

Pemberton is a town in the southwest corner of Western Australia. It’s known for the tall karri trees of Gloucester National Park, including the Gloucester Tree with its lookout point. Also in the park are the Cascades waterfall and Lefroy Brook’s rocky rapids. Just outside town are more giant karris at Warren National Park and vast dunes at Yeagarup Beach. The Pemberton Museum traces the area’s sawmilling history.

Kununurra

Kununurra

Situated among the scenic hills and ranges of the far North-East Kimberley Region, Kununurra is the largest town of Western Australia. The place offers an abundance of fresh water, conserved by the Ord River Diversion dam. In the local economy of the place, tourism and mining play really important roles.

Coral Bay

Coral Bay

Coral Bay is a small town on the coast of Western Australia, which is 1,200 KM north of Perth. The main industries are tourism and fishing. The unique aspect of this town is that the electricity here is provided through a wind-diesel hybrid system.

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