WA's history dates back more than 40,000 years with a rich Aboriginal history, making it one of the oldest lands on Earth. European explorers came much later in the 1600s. Heritage trails and sites across the State tell colourful stories from gold rush and whaling days to life in the outback.
Discover the local arts, crafts and culture hidden in our cities, towns and natural areas.
Trails are a great way to explore some of Western Australia's 12,000 kilometres of pristine coastline. From walking along sandy beaches and dramatic cliffs to snorkelling or paddling in the pristine water - it's hard to beat a coastal trail!
Trails provide lots of opportunities for a family day out. From cycling around the Swan River to exploring parks and rivers - you'll find a wide variety of experiences to suit the younger members of your group.
Discover great wine, delicious food and boutique beers on a trail. While most of the food & wine trails are drive trails, we've managed to find some walk and cycle trails too!
Western Australia's long-distance trails include the Bibbulmun Track walk trail and the Munda Biddi mountain bike trail. Both stretch around 1000kms from Perth to Albany providing visitors with the chance to immerse themselves in nature for weeks at a time.
Going outback does not mean leaving the glorious waterways behind. Deep red earth leads to white sandy beaches and turquoise water - in some parts of Western Australia, the outback and coastline convene in an awesome display of natural beauty.
Western Australian wildflowers are renowned as being one of the most spectacular wildflower displays in the world. The rugged landscape comes alive with a blaze of brilliant colours and lush scents from June to November.