Tour Esperance Tour Broome Tour Shell Beach Tour Coral Bay  Busselton Beach 

Tour Esperance Tour Broome Tour Shell Beach Tour Coral Bay Busselton Beach

With over 12,000km of coastline and incredible natural scenery, Western Australia has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. From surfing to sunbathing, these pristine stretches of sand provide the perfect backdrop for a relaxing day out. If you’re lucky enough to be traveling around this state, make sure to stop off at some of our top picks.   

 Lucky Bay 

Guide to Esperance

Lucky Bay comes top of all the beaches in the Esperance area of WA. Bright white sand, turquoise waters, and amazing swimming conditions. Make Lucky Bay an absolute paradise. Even kangaroos are known to laze on the five-kilometer stretch. There’s plenty of room for you and them to enjoy this idyllic destination. Once you’re finished sunning yourself on the sand, why not try one of the area’s excellent bushwalks. Be sure to watch out for migrating whales on your way. 

 Cable Beach 

Guide to Broome

From the tidal flats to the gorgeous blue waters and the burnt orange sunsets, Cable Beach is the piece de resistance of Broome, the outback town in the Kimberley region of north Western Australia. One of the unmissable experiences to be had is a ride of the back of a camel along the beach while the sunsets. 

 Shell Beach 

Guide to Shell beach

At 120km, Shell Beach in the Shark Bay region is long. However, that’s not the greatest thing about it.  Shell Beach is made entirely out of billions of tiny shells and is only one of two like it in the world. This beach is the perfect destination for those not so confident in the water.  The extra saltiness of the sea makes it much easier to float.  

Coral Bay 

Guide to Coral Bay and Ningaloo Reff

Nestled in the Ningaloo Reef, Coral Bay is particularly special due to the wildlife activity throughout the year. You can see Turtles in January and February, Whale Sharks from April – May. Humpback Whales between June and October, Reef Sharks in November and Manta Rays in December. Coral Bay really is an animal lovers paradise.  

Busselton Beach 

Busselton Jetty opening times

Busselton Beach is home to the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere at nearly 2km. Busselton Jetty looks particularly striking during sunset. For a bird’s eye view of the beach, you can jump from a plane and skydive. Landing on the soft sands of Busselton beach. The beautiful calm water is perfect for swimming beware of stingers are present. These are tiny transparent jellyfish that can give you a painful sting.  

Western Australia is an awesome destination with a diverse landscape and history that goes back millions of years. You can experience some of the best locations Australia’s largest state has to offer and more with one of Kimberley Wild’s awesome trips such as the epic Darwin to Perth 22 day adventure.

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