Do some armchair travelling in Australia's South West
Untamed cliffs to wild orca (killer whales) in Albany
Explore the Great Southern region, gliding by Albany's imposing granite cliffsides at The Gap and Natural Bridge, and take in the beauty of the city's nearby sheltered bays. Then, take the plunge into the great Southern Ocean off the coast of Bremer Bay on a wildlife adventure, spotting flat sunfish and the largest known pod of orca (killer whales) in the Southern Hemisphere.
Watch the almighty surge of the Southern Ocean from The Gap
Stand on the cliff-overhanging viewing platform at The Gap and Natural Bridge near Albany to see the crashing waves of the Southern Ocean bellowing below.
Hike to the top of the Granite Skywalk in Porongurup National Park
At Castle Rock, scramble over rocky terrain and up the final ladder of the Granite Skywalk to be rewarded with sweeping views of the Great Southern.
See the peppermint-tinged waters of Greens Pool near Denmark
The protected bay at Greens Pool in William Bay National Park is perfect for snorkelling through the crystal clear waters.
Walk among the tops of tingle trees at Valley of the Giants near Walpole
Between Walpole and Denmark lies the Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk - a 600metre-long walk, 40metres up above the ground, where you can immerse yourself with the tops of the tingle trees.
Sip on wine then splash with wild rays in Margaret River
Find yourself in the famous Margaret River Wine region. Soar over one of Margaret River's stunning vineyards, then hike the Cape to Cape track before splashing in the shallows with friendly wild rays at Hamelin Bay near Augusta.
See the pristine shores of Hamelin Bay near Augusta
Here is where the wild rays splash in the shallows.
View the point where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet at Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
Stand on top of Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse and explore the most south-westerly point of mainland Australia.
Delve into the ancient limestone caves in the Margaret River Region
Find the longest stalactites in the world at Jewel Cave
Located a 30-minute drive south of the Margaret River town centre, Jewel Cave is the largest tourist cave in all of Western Australia with one of the longest stalactites in the world. It is recognised by visitors from across the globe as one of the world’s most spectacular show caves; encrusted with gleaming crystal ornaments throughout its three massive chambers.
Discover the pristine chamber of Lake Cave
Walk down 350 steps into Lake Cave and you’ll discover a stunning pristine chamber beneath the earth, with a beautiful permanent lake reflecting the unique formations of the cave.
See fossils in the humongous Mammoth Cave
Living up to its name, Mammoth Cave is 500 metres long, 30 metres in depth and is one of only a few caves in WA that contains fossils.
Experience an Aboriginal welcome deep in Ngilgi Cave
Explore the depths of Ngilgi Cave in Yallingup, it's impressive geological formations and its meaning to the local Aboriginal people. Then sit by the campfire and learn more about one of the world's oldest living cultures from local Indigenous company, Koomal Dreaming.
Explore further in Ngilgi Cave
Take in Margaret River at your own pace
Take your time to explore Margaret River, famous for its wine, beaches and forest adventure.
Drive through the beautiful Boranup Karri Forest
Meander along Caves Road in the Margaret River Region to see the sparkle of the sun filtering through the karri trees of the Boranup Forest.
Experience unique rock formations and gushing ocean at Canal Rocks
Walk along the boardwalk and stand on the bridge at Canal Rocks, watching the rush of water from the wild ocean surge beneath your feet.
Spend some time soaking in the beauty of the coastline at Smiths Beach
Watch keen surfers on the waves, or walk along the pristine white sand and take in the blue hues of the ocean waters.
Get sweeping views and try to spot whales off the coast from Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse
The Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse is easier than most lighthouses to climb; the lighthouse tower, and the restored cottages reveal the fascinating maritime history of the Cape region. Your climb is rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views of the Indian Ocean, Cape Naturaliste, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and the beautiful Geographe Bay coastline.
Experience pristine blues of the waters at Eagle Bay
With sand like icing sugar and calm waters, this is the perfect spot for a day at the beach.
Walk the Busselton Jetty and dive below the surface of the Underwater Observatory to experience unique and colourful sea-life
Stroll the 1.841km or catch the jetty train to the end of the longest wooden piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, the Busselton Jetty, where you will find a natural ecosystem of corals, fish and other marine life under the sea.
Take fun to the highest level with Forest Adventures
Tackle the high ropes course and ziplines of Forest Adventures among the majestic trees of the Tuart Forest; a perfect day out for family and friends.
Dive under the sea with these virtual tours!
Some of our favourite tourist attractions are now offering virtual tours so you can go on a trip and get some escapism from your own home.
Explore vibrant marine life with Busselton Jetty
Enjoy LIVE virtual tours of the underwater observatory beneath the Busselton Jetty running every day at 9am and again at 2pm WA time for just $11. Or, take one of their other virtual tours such as walking, running, cycling or dancing on the jetty, personal training with weights on the jetty, yoga on the jetty, a virtual train ride, 360 degree tours of the underwater marine life, and marine education workshops.
Hop on board with Whale Watch Western Australia
Whale Watch Western Australia is running a Virtual Tour Series called Whale Watch TV™. Join The Pod™ to explore humpback whales in Flinders Bay, Augusta, follow the story of Pearl the white whale, and chase orca (killer whales) in the Bremer Canyon off the coast of Bremer Bay.