South West information
This region offers some of the most varied travel experiences in Western Australia. Discover towering forests to whale watching, fine food and wine to world class surfing, Australia's South West offers some of the most varied travel experiences in Western Australia.
The economy of the South West is very diverse. It is a major world producer of alumina and mineral sands, and also has substantial agriculture, timber and viticulture industries. It is Western Australia's most popular tourist destination outside Perth. Some well known attractions of South West WA include: Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and Discovery Center, Ngilgi Cave, Jewel Cave, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, Mammoth Cave, Caveworks, Lake Cave, The Kodja Place, Bunbury Dolphin Discovery Centre, and Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk.
South West regions
Recently declared Australia's fastest growing regional destination, the coastal town of Mandurah has become a vibrant tourist attraction with a multitude of activities and entertainment throughout the year!
Bunbury is a cosmopolitan regional city that is full of life and offers a diverse range of holiday experiences. Situated on a peninsula, Bunbury is known as the City of Three Waters and is an aquatic playground.
Margaret River is the place for indulging many passions. The only wine region in Australia where you can hop from wineries and restaurants to stunning beaches, forests, world-class surf breaks and ancient caves.
The region begins in the coastal town of Busselton in Geographe Bay. From here, the pristine sands and aquamarine waters stretch south to the favourite family holiday and surfing spots of Yallingup and Dunsborough.
The breathtaking beauty of Albany's rugged coastline creates a fitting backdrop to a dramatic whaling, convict and settler history and a sensational south coast adventure. Located 5 hours drive south of Perth, Albany's attractions are diverse enough to cater for everyone.
South West Resorts