Top 5 Destinations To Visit in Western Australia after the Corona Virus is Over

Tours Western Australia when the Corona Virus  Crisis is over

What’s with the top destinations to visit in Western Australia? It’s not just endless dusty roads out in Western Australia. The vast expanse of desert landscape holds an enormity of things to offer the traveller who ventures into its outback to discover the treasures it holds.

If you’re thinking about travelling by bus on a road trip across Western Australia, then here are our top 5 destinations not to be missed, and with Integrity Coachlines you can hop off and off at any of the below bus stops.


It wouldn’t be a tour of Western Australia without visiting the most isolated capital city in the world. From the city’s iconic 400 hectare Kings Park, to Penguin Island on the outskirts near Rockingham, Rottnest Island off the coast of the city and a whole lot more, you’ll never get bored in Perth whether you’re after city fun or adventures.

Monkey Mia

Possibly the most sought after destination on a tour of Western Australia. The famous Monkey Mia beach lets you get up close and personal with the resident dolphins which have been visiting the shores for over 40 years. Here you’ll be able to interact with these marine mammals and hand-feed them fish.

Karijini National Park

Ancient aboriginal artwork, swimming holes, waterfalls, cliff jumping, camping under the stars, surreal lunar landscapes and waking up to shower in a fern-fringed gorge. Sound like your idea of adventure paradise? Then all this and more is waiting for you in Karijini National Park.

Coral Bay

Home of the famous Ningaloo Reef, where you can swim with manta rays and whale sharks. If you don’t fancy getting wet there’s the option to view the marine life from the comfort of a glass-bottomed boat. If you just want to chill then the pristine white sands have got you covered. A must visit location if sun and fun are your thing.


The gateway to the Kimberley region, Broome is famous for Cable Beach. A vast expanse of beach, where you can not only see the ‘Staircase to the moon’ but also take a camel ride along this famous stretch of sand. Whilst here, you can also visit Broome Crocodile Park and even a Japanese cemetery – the largest one in Australia.

Don’t miss out on Western Australia’s top five locations by jumping on an Integrity Coach with a hop-on-hop-off pass covering all these destinations and more.

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