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Outback Western Australia Holidays & Travel Guide

There's something special about the Outback Golden Heartlands region of Western Australia. As a holiday destination, it has everything you need, it's a combination of colours, the clear blue skies, the sparkling ocean waters set against pristine white sands, the multi hued magic carpets of wildflowers, the subtle greens of the bush, the red tones of the desert, the gold of the magical metal and the grain fields.

Experiences, frolicking in the ocean, marvelling at the intricate patterns of the world famous - Western Australian wildflowers, feeling the charm and special character of the historic towns. Exploring natural wonders like The Pinnacles and Wave Rock, bushwalking and experiencing the grandeur and beauty of the Australian bush or fossicking for nuggets in some of the world's richest goldfields.

And memories, driving the Golden Way where gold fossickers once trudged with their meagre provisions and their dreams, evoking the struggles , labours and victories of the pioneers.

Whatever type of break you want, it's here for you... a day trip from Perth, a weekend getaway or an extended holiday. Adventure, relaxation, history or non-stop fun. Every area of the Golden Heartlands Outback is a destination in its own right , you will be amazed.

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Kimberley WA
The Kimberley
covering over 420, 000 square kilometres, is one of the worlds great wilderness areas, remote & rugged,more
Broome WA
Established as a Pearling centre in the 1880’s, Broome has a multicultural mix of Aboriginal, Malay, more
Cable Beach WA
Cable Beach
22km of perfect white sandy beach, on a turquoise Indian Ocean water. Cable Beach is more
Pinnicles WA
The Pinnacles
Thousands of limestone pillars, up to 4m tall, rise out of a stark landscape of yellow sand. Over 250 000 more
Ningaloo Reef Marine Park
Ningaloo Reef
For a quintessential Ningaloo experience, take a swim with the whale sharks, the gentle giants more
Bungle Bungles WA
Bungle Bungles
It has taken over 20 million years of erosion for the ochre and black striped sandstone domes to form, more
Margaret River WA
Margaret River Wine
one of the country’s newest wine districts, with the first vines being planted in 1967, and is also . more
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