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So, what are the best things to do in North Western Australia? Because Western Australia isn’t widely considered a tourist hotspot, many people forget that there’s actually so much to see and do here. WA is an awesome state and it has some amazing attractions that should be on every adventure travellers bucket list. If you haven’t visited Western Australia you are missing out on some amazing experiences and that needs to change. For a truly authentic Australian adventure start planning your trip and make sure these destinations are on your bucket list.
Things To Do In North Western Australia
1. Karijini National Park
This natural attraction is simply one you have to see to believe. Two billion years in the making, this place is a must-see for any adventurer. Massive gorges, rock pools, waterfalls, ancient chasms and more make up this spectacular feat of nature.
2. Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungle)
Park consisting of spectacular granite domes; located in WA’s Kimberly area. This park was also undiscovered until 1983 – only being used by indigenous people up until then.
3. Horizontal Waterfalls
In Talbot Bay there are two horizontal waterfalls, which are the perfect spot for thrill seekers. Take a ride down the white waters or experience a scenic flight to truly appreciate the beauty here.
4. Gibb River Road
This iconic route is definitely a must-see for any serious outbacker or professional traveller. Originally built for herding cattle, this modest dirt trail runs for 660km and offers plenty of opportunities for stopping at the freshwater gorges.
5. Pender Bay
This National Heritage is perfect for whale watching, swimming and snorkelling. It’s a secluded enclave located just north of Broome, and is home to one of the world’s largest populations of humpback whales.
6. Zebedee Springs
Make the walk through the historic forest of Livistona, and warm pools and waterfalls will welcome you. Although Western Australia isn’t known for its forest, this is a beautiful place to relax and unwind.
You can explore North Western Australia on a group tour from Perth to Broome, by car or campervan but if you really want to explore the country we recommend our hop-on hop-off coach between Perth and Broome. Travelling by coach is a great way to meet locals and travellers alike and the best part is you can take in the scenery and stop at all the best towns along the way.
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