50 Amazing Things to Do in Western Australia

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Western Australia is home to some of the best landscapes, beaches, food, and wine experiences Australia has to offer – not to mention sunsets that will blow your mind!

From unique rock formations to wildlife encounters, to swimming holes and four-wheel drive adventures, there’s something for every type of traveller on the West Coast of Aus.

people swimming in pool of water at Dales Gorge, Karijini National Park

In fact, there are so many incredible things to do in Western Australia that it can be overwhelming when deciding what to add to your Aussie itinerary. 

We spent 6 months traveling around Western Australia and have a pretty good idea of the best attractions in WA. So in this guide, we reveal our favourite Western Australia activities and a few hidden gems.

Things to do in Western Australia


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Staying At Kingfisher Bay Resort, Fraser Island (K’gari) [Review]

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Fraser Island is all about adventure. Simply strap into your four-wheel drive, and head down the 75-mile beach highway and you’ll soon pass by glistening lakes, howling dingoes and if you’re lucky, migrating whales.

With so much to excite your senses, when it comes to choosing a place to stay, you might want to consider a more relaxed pace.

accommodation surrouneded by trees

That was our thinking when we decided to stay at the Kingfisher Bay Resort on Fraser Island (K’gari).

We were looking forward to experiencing a little slice of luxury amidst one of the most unique and pristine parts of Australia. But we were soon to learn that Kingfisher Bay is not all about luxury…

But what is a stay at Kingfisher Bay Resort like? And what is

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26 Best Beaches in Western Australia You Cannot Miss!

Western Australia is famous for its landscapes and serene nature spots. When it comes to mother nature’s finest works, you will find an abundance of it in this region in Australia.

young girls playing on rocks on the beach
Waterfall Beach near Albany, Western Australia

During our six months road trip throughout WA, we agreed that you have the best beaches in Australia in this part of the country.

That’s a big call, considering Australia has over 10,000 beaches and we really are spoilt for choice.

But when it comes down to choosing the best for sheer quality, attractions, beauty and atmosphere – I think Western Australian beaches just come out on top.

If you’re looking for beaches with pure white sand for digging your toes into, crystal clear turquoise water perfect for swimming and snorkeling, and with the most stunning sunset over the ocean – then WA will blow your mind!

So without further ado, here are

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23 Top Ireland Travel Experiences (for 1st time visitors)

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For me, travel is about accumulating memories and moments, and if you don’t know what to do in Ireland to create those memorable Ireland travel experiences as a first-time visitor, I’m here to help!

Man standing outside the entrance to a pub with two wine barrels
Brazen Head (Dublin’s oldest pub)

I lived in Dublin for 12-months back in 2003 and explored Ireland extensively then, and most recently did an 8-day Ireland trip called Green With Envy in partnership with Globus Journeys that covered a nice mix of top cities including Dublin and Galway, smaller towns, plus history, culture, incredible scenery and the addictive pub scene.

Ireland might be a small island but there are plenty of fun and unique things to do in Ireland, a place well known for its rich history, vibrant cities and small towns, rugged coastline, historic castles, pub culture, and green rolling countryside. I still feel like I’ve only scratched the surface. 

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16 Awesome Things to Do in Hervey Bay Queensland

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Hervey Bay is known for being the whale-watching capital of Australia. Humpback whales swim into the bay for a relaxing time in the calm waters with their babies before making their way back south.

Whale watching in Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia

In peak season, boats by the fleet head out each day to watch them swimming and breaching and having a whale of a time (sorry couldn’t resist!)

But there are plenty more things to do in Hervey Bay than watching the whales swimming in the water.

To make the most out of your trip to Hervey Bay, consider stopping off at some of these top Hervey Bay attractions.

Things to Do in Hervey Bay

Below you will find the top attractions in Hervey Bay to help you plan your itinerary.

1. Take a Whale Watching Tour

Humpback whale breaches in Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia
Humpback whale breaching in Hervey Bay

You may have come to Hervey Bay to see the

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