Top ChoiceNational Park in Purnululu National Park & Bungle Bungle Range

Purnululu National Park

Purnululu National Park

Looking like a packet of half-melted Jaffas, World Heritage Purnululu is home to the incredible ochre and black striped 'beehive' domes of the Bungle Bungle Range.The distinctive rounded rock towers are made of...

Top ChoiceNational Park in Dampier

Murujuga National Park

Murujuga is home to the world's largest concentration of rock art (dating back more than 30,000 years), stretched out along the rocky hills of the heavily industrialised Burrup Peninsula. The most accessible are...

Top ChoiceWildlife Reserve in Central Gibb

Mornington Wilderness Camp

Part of the Australian Wildlife Conservancy, the superb Mornington Wilderness Camp is as remote as it gets, lying on the Fitzroy River, an incredibly scenic 95km drive across the savannah from the Gibb's 247km...

Top ChoiceBeach in Ningaloo Marine Park

Turquoise Bay

This perfect sweep of powdery-white sand, lapped at by cerulean waters, is considered one of the top beaches in Australia. If snorkelling at the reef near the shore, mind the posted warnings about rip currents.

Top ChoiceBeach in Broome

Cable Beach

WA's most famous landmark offers turquoise waters and beautiful white sand curving away to the sunset. Clothing is optional north of the rocks, while south, walking trails lead through the red dunes of Minyirr...

Top ChoiceMuseum in Albany

National Anzac Centre

National Anzac Centre

Opened for Albany's Anzac centenary commemorations in late 2014, this superb museum remembers the men and women who left by convoy from Albany to fight in WWI. Excellent multimedia installations provide realism...

Top ChoiceMarine Reserve in Shark Bay Road

Hamelin Pool

Twenty-nine kilometres along Shark Bay Rd from the Overlander Roadhouse is the turn-off for Hamelin Pool, a marine reserve with the world's best-known colony of stromatolites. These coral-like formations consist...

Top ChoiceTapas in Leederville

Pinchos

Pinchos

Iberian-inspired good times constantly rock this corner location amid Leederville's many cafes, casual restaurants and bars. The must-have tapas are the pork-belly chicharrons and the Piedro Ximenez and...

Top ChoiceGallery in Newman

East Pilbara Arts Centre

This state-of-the-art gallery is home to one of the state’s most successful art collectives, Martumili Artists, and is a beautiful setting in which to admire their acclaimed, vibrant art. The Martu people live in...

Top ChoiceGorge in Karijini National Park

Hancock Gorge

The trail through Hancock Gorge is one of the shortest (400m, 80 minutes return) but also one of the most challenging in the park. A steep descent (partly on ladders), scramble on uneven rocks and fording or...

Top ChoiceArt in Esperance

Karnpi Designs Art Gallery

Desert reds and ochres meet ocean blues in the stunning Aboriginal artworks displayed at this gallery by the likes of award-winning artist Sophia Ovens, as well as owner Pauline. Also for sale are silk ties and...

Top ChoiceArt in Geraldton

Yamaji Art

This Aboriginal-owned and -operated art gallery is a terrific place to learn about Wajarri, Noongar, Badimaya, Wilunyu and other regional art, ranging from traditional to abstract, and to purchase paintings,...

Top ChoiceArt in Roebourne

Yinjaa-Barndi Gallery

Stop by this Aboriginal-run gallery to see gifted Millstream artists at work and to purchase some striking art. Pilbara art is renowned for its bold, bright colours, while styles vary from traditional to...

Top ChoiceBeach in Quobba Coast

Gnaraloo Bay

Some 7km north of Gnaraloo Station, past the airstrip, this crescent of white sand is as gorgeous as beaches come. You can snorkel in the cerulean waters, walk around the cape at the south end of the beach if you...

Top ChoiceBeach in Cape Le Grand National Park

Lucky Bay

Lucky Bay

One of Australia's top beaches, Lucky Bay has sand so white and so fine that is squeaks underfoot like rubber. Good for kite- and windsurfing. Tame kangaroos come and hang out by the sea, but they mustn't be fed.

Top ChoiceNatural Feature in Hyden & Wave Rock

Wave Rock

The multicoloured cresting swell of Wave Rock, 336km east of Perth, formed some 60 million years ago by weathering and water erosion. Streaked with colours created by run-off from local mineral springs, it's...

Top ChoicePark in Kings Park & Subiaco

Kings Park & Botanic Garden

Kings Park & Botanic Garden

The 400-hectare, bush-filled expanse of Kings Park, smack in the city centre and enjoying epic views, is Perth's pride and joy. The Botanic Garden contains over 3000 plant species indigenous to WA, including a...

Top ChoiceHistoric Building in Fremantle

Fremantle Prison

Fremantle Prison

With its forbidding 5m-high walls, the old convict-era prison dominates Fremantle. Various daytime tours explore the jail's maximum-security past, give insights into criminal minds and allow you into...

Top ChoiceNational Park in Cervantes & Pinnacles Desert

Nambung National Park

Around 14km from Cervantes, Nambung is home to the eye-popping Pinnacles Desert, a vast, alien-like plain studded with thousands of jaunty limestone pillars. Rising eerily from the desert floor, some of them 3.5m...

Top ChoiceBay in Monkey Mia

Monkey Mia Marine Reserve

It's hard not to smile as Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins start arriving for a breakfast snack. Note that during feedings, visitors are restricted to the edge of the water, and only a lucky few people per...