Three Things To Do When Visiting West Australia

Posted on by Ted Wideman

Whale Watching in Western AustraliaWhen it comes to outdoor lovers, Australia is the perfect country to visit this vacation. The country is full of exciting offers for both nature lovers and city folks. Specifically, Western Australia is now one of the most visited states in the country.

Western Australia is one of the largest states in the world, with a diverse history, climate and natural resources. The state encompasses an area of more than 2.5 million square kilometres, which is equivalent to the size of Western Europe. This massive landmass is made up mostly of the arid Outback.

If you’re planning to visit this state, here are the top three things to do during your vacation:

  1. Whale Watching

Whale watching in West Australia is a popular recreational pursuit and a tourist activity. Many tourists visiting the state allot their time for this special activity because of its uniqueness. Humpback whales are the most common species seen in the waters surrounding Australia. Other species include the Minke whales, Blue whales, and Southern right whales.

  1. Visiting Ancient Desert Sculptures at the Pinnacles Desert

The Pinnacles desert sits on the deep blue Indian Ocean and is found in Perth. The lunar-like Pinnacles from one of the country’s most unique natural landscapes. It’s estimated to have been formed over millions of years ago as thousands of tall limestone spires emerged from the desert sands of Nambung National Park.

  1. Exploring the Outback

Nothing says Australia quite like the Outback. Exploring the wide span of open spaces through four wheel drive adventures is a truly exciting activity to do. You can reach mountain ranges, gorges and cattle stations.

Visiting Australia this vacation should be one of the activities you and your family are planning. The exciting activities, amazing destinations and beautiful landscapes the country has to offer is a definite worthwhile vacation or holiday your family will love.

About the Author

Ted Wideman, a Business Executive and has traveled around the world for leisure. He is also a photography enthusiast.