South and Western Australia
Taking up a large chunk of the country, these two states have a comparatively tiny population. No wonder, then, that you can find yourself on miles of perfect sandy beach without another soul around.
South & Western Australia
This is the most isolated city in the world, and that's why most people visit. Travel north along the beautiful coastline to see the dolphins at Monkey Mia, visiting the Pinnacles Desert along the way. Go south to the Margaret River vineyards, or take a trip to lively Fremantle.
Grand buildings adorn the sunny streets of Adelaide, streets which offer a spirited nightlife after dark. Food and wine lovers will revel in superb cuisine and miles upon miles of lush vineyards. Wildlife and warm beaches can be found just offshore on sublime Kangaroo Island.
Top tourist tips
- Hire a car or join a tour: public transport isn't great
- Just landed? Avoid saying 'G'day' unless you sound genuinely Aussie
- Many miles can separate petrol stations: don't leave it too late to fill up
Swan Valley wine cruise
Rottnest Island day trip
Geikie Gorge, Fitzroy cruise
Kangaroo Island day tour
Barossa Valley tour
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