Australia’s South West
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You can easily enjoy natural beaches, beautiful vineyards, gourmet produce, sky-scrapping forests, mystical caves and more, all in a single day in Australia’s South West.View Video Visit Site
The South West of Western Australia is more than just a destination – it’s a hotspot for once-in-a-lifetime experiences, breathtaking scenery and quirky wildlife encounters. More than 23,000km make up the southwest corner of WA, with 1000 of those kilometres consisting of awe-inspiring coastline just waiting to be explored. With 24 national parks, there’s plenty of nature and wildlife to see and meet, including migrating humpback whales and friendly bottlenose dolphins. Rich soils and fertile land provide foodies with the best in fresh produce – think marron (freshwater crayfish), black Périgord truffles and ruby red cherries – and gourmet experiences like long table lunches and pop-up degustations. The South West is a melting pot for all things art, playing host to events and festivals that attract both homegrown and international artists, chefs, musicians, filmmakers and creatives to WA shores. And let’s not forget the region’s rich historical past, which includes almost 50,000 years of Aboriginal history. So whether you’re looking to feast on the spoils of nature’s pantry, taste world-class drops, spot the biggest and smallest animals on earth or surf the perfect wave – discover it all on your next trip to Australia’s South West.