Breathtaking scenery, gorgeous sunny weather and old school hospitality are just some of the things that continue to make Western Australia one of the most vibrant and popular holiday destinations, this side of the equator. The sheer magnitude of wide open spaces, and huge night skies, almost has you believing you are the first and only to discover it. And the delightful combination of pure, unspoiled landscapes and the hustle of all the modern bells and whistles means that no matter your comfort zone, or personal tastes, you will be able to find a perfectly tailor made Western Australia holiday rental to suit you and your pocket.
The rugged and mysterious Coral Coastline running all the way from Perth to Exmouth stirs the sense of adventure in even the most staid of souls. The dynamic Marine Capital is heaving with epic journeys of exploration. There’s nothing like a chance to swim with the world’s largest fish, a whale shark, to get the heart racing and the bloody pumping, or having a spiritual encounter while swimming with dolphins in their natural habitat. Western Australia in the flesh, allows you to get up close and personal with the environment whilst enjoying all the modern amenities in your holiday accommodation.
The mystical Golden Outback, situated far from the coast and the worries of modern life, will leave you breathless. The unbelievable scenery alone will be etched on your soul forever, as you get a chance to walk through the paths of the gold rush pioneers, experience firsthand authentic and beautifully preserved Aboriginal settlements, and a bona fide outback adventure. Getting from point A to point B is an adventure all on its own, and by the time you get to your Western Australia holiday accommodation, the locals will be sure to have something seriously ice cold and ever so slightly stronger than tea waiting for your arrival.
If a little less adventure is your thing, then head on down to the south western area of Perth. Sophistication and allure are aloft, here on the flip side of Western Australia. A spectacular award winning wine region, nestled quietly between rolling landscapes and lushly forested regions brings visitors the very best in culinary delights, some of the best surfing spots in the world, and let’s face it, there is nothing quite like sundowners on the deck of your Western Australia holiday accommodation whilst watching the whales frolic in the bay. A hugely popular spot for scuba enthusiasts who want to explore the famous HMAS Swan wreck, and of course the hugely popular Underwater Observatory as well.
Perth has a well deserved reputation for being the most popular holiday destination in all of Western Australia, with its pristine beaches and unspoiled landscapes, visitors are able to easily get to nature, as to travelling to the beach only takes around 15 minutes away from any Western Australia holiday accommodation. Restaurants are scattered conveniently in between the shops and boutiques, and the perfect place to stash a grumpy shopping partner with a nice cup of tea, whilst being able to explore the shops in peace.
When travelling to Western Australian holiday accommodation, it may be preferable to pack a little bit of everything. Being as the area is so expansive, be prepared to experience four seasons in one day, at least in the Southern Half, where they do actually have four seasons, however, the temperatures are more restrained. In the Northern half, humidity reigns supreme, with the only recognizable seasons being wet and dry. And obviously it goes without saying, check the weather before you leave home.