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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Big Rock

Wellington

A large river pool with plenty of flat rock surrounding it and many beautiful wildflowers in Spring.

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Little Rock

Wellington

This is a tranquil swimming area with calm pools and a picnic spot.

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White Gum Flat

Stirling Range

A pretty and peaceful picnic area in wandoo woodland.

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Purnululu Visitor Centre

The visitor centre provides information on the park and what you can do and see, refreshments and souvenirs.

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Hovea Falls

Hovea Falls cascade down a large granite sheet of rock. 

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Swan View Tunnel

The only historical railway tunnel in WA that you can walk through. 

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National Park Falls

The best time to visit to see the water flow is Winter or Spring.

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Bloodwood Creek

Ningaloo

Bloodwood Creek is great for snorkelling, swimming and whale watching. There is a scenic lookout platform to the north of the carpark to view the Bloodwood Creek system.

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Lake Navarino

Dwellingup

A lake in the forest behind Waroona where you can camp and water ski. There is accommodation near by at the Lake Navarino Holiday Park.

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Jimmy Newells

A 100m walk from the parking area takes you to a lookout over this 'secret' haven.

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Logue Brook Dam

HoffmanDwellingup

This place has it all! Swimming, fishing, boating, bushwalks, mountain biking, sailing, and your dog can come too!

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South Ledge and Golden View Lookout

Pack a picnic and check out The Golden View Lookout for amazing panoramic views over Lake CY O’Connor, the Mundaring Weir and the Helena River Valley.

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