Western Australia’s Wonders
Occupying the entire western third of the country, the expansive state of Western Australia is a land of staggering beauty and diversity—from arid, sunburnt deserts and fertile wine-growing valleys to sacred stone gorges and a coastline littered with pristine beaches, coral reefs and wildflowers. Join us as we explore this outstanding and uncrowded wilderness!
Covering the northwest corner of the state from Broome to the Northern Territory, The Kimberley is a sparsely inhabited, spectacularly remote region of dramatic and challenging landscapes. Join us as we head outback to hike through the outstanding desert scenery of the Bungle Bungle Ranges and Piccaninny Gorge; or cruise with us along an impenetrable coastline of rugged sandstone plateaus cut with steep gorges, waterfalls and secret swimming holes, venturing on land to bushwalk through an untouched hinterland dotted with ancient rock art sites, arid savannah grasslands and stands of lush rainforest.
Follow one of the world’s finest long-distance walking trails, the Bibbulmun Track, as it stretches more than 1,000 km through ever-changing landscapes from the Perth Hills to historic Albany; or join our outstanding Cape to Cape Trek to walk along Western Australia’s magnificent southwest coast, among the diverse scenery of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and the world-renowned Margaret River wine region.
Our unique itineraries are designed to get you deep into Australia’s most magnificent wilderness regions. Take a look and start planning your West Australian adventure!