Featured attractions

Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

Walpole-Nornalup

Explore the ancient giant tingle forest of the Walpole Wilderness and take a walk in the tree tops 40m high above the ground.

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Kalbarri Skywalk

Kalbarri

Venture beyond the edge of a 100m drop for spectacular views over Kalbarri National Park.

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Monkey Mia Dolphin Experience

Monkey Mia

Daily dolphin viewing experiences are among one of the many activities you can do at Monkey Mia.

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Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre

The Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre is located right on the edge of Herdsman Lake and provides an opportunity for the community to interact with the research being conducted there.

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Popeye Lake

One of four inner wetlands in the Herdsman Lake Regional Park, Popeye Lake has a floating jetty with an observation deck.

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Pardoo Station

The area is highly significant to Ngarla traditional owners and includes the mangrove-lined embayments of Bake Bean Creek, sandy beaches and intertidal sand and mudflats. It is a popular spot for recreational fishing.

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Cape Keraudren

In contrast to the vast stretches of sandy beach in the rest of the park Cape Keraudren features rocky shores, seagrass meadows, narrow sandy beaches, tidal creeks and mangrove-lined muddy bays.

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Monkey Mia Boat Ramp

The boat ramp at Monkey Mia provides easy access to the waters of Shark Bay Marine Park. Please do not feed the dolphins.

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Shoalwater Coastal Strip

A group of limestone reefs and islands offshore and a string of sandy beaches on the mainland from Cape Peron to Port Kennedy.

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Pine Hill

Cape Arid

Known to the local Aboriginal people as Gauroojeninya. It was discovered in 1874 by the pioneers William and Stephen Ponton and John Sharp. Today all that remains at Pine Hill is a dam, ruins of an oven and travellers’ graves.

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Lillimooloora

Visit the ruins of a homestead constructed from local limestone in 1884 for the King Sound Pastoral Company.

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Misery Beach

A small, secluded and very beautiful north-facing beach, offering shelter even in the worst weather conditions and great for swimming, snorkelling, surfing and fishing.

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Irabina Study Centre

This facility offers a unique location to enjoy classroom activities or as a small conference centre.

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Fossil Picnic Area

The Fossil Picnic Area is on the east bank of the Irwin River where you can admire the view. 

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Mildura Wreck

Visit an historic maritime shipwreck at low tide near the tip of North West Cape

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