If you’re looking for unique, diverse, undiscovered, and natural experiences and love to travel on foot, Western Australia’s South West region has much to offer. There’s no better way to discover pristine coastlines. Turquoise waters. Ancient Karri tree forests. And seasonal abundance of wildflowers found nowhere else. You’re also likely to encounter humpback whales. Epic wildlife. And flora found nowhere else on Earth. Just three hours’ drive from Perth (or fly direct to Busselton-Margaret River from Melbourne) and you’ll reach the Margaret River region.
Known for its award-winning wines and craft breweries, the region is also a natural wonderland for hikers. Further afield in the Great Southern Region, Albany and surrounds offer unspoiled summits. Ever-changing mountains. And the vast ruggedness of the moody Southern Ocean. For those seeking a longer, more immersive adventure, the world-renowned 1,000km Bibbulmun Track traverses ancient forests, river valleys and dramatic coastline.