Cheap flights to Western Australia

Get lost in Western Australia. As the largest state in Australia, much needs to be explored in this vast land of teeming natural resources. Its capital, Perth, considered as one of the remotest largest cities in the world, is a combination of urban attractions in an informal setting manner. Leaning to nature, the capital is brimming with lots of things like upbeat bars, cultural activities, and cosmopolitan local living, all garnering attraction from locals and non-locals alike. Situated along the Swan River, and bordered by the Darling Scarp to the east and Indian Ocean coastline in the west, the capital is linked to its neighbouring twin city, Fremantle. Both are abundant with parks and beaches for everyone to enjoy. The same kind of living experience speaks for the whole region. Get lost and get adventurous. Get into Western Australia, and find home in paradise.

Relatively larger than Western Europe, Western Australia is further divided into eight sub-regions. In Perth alone, the finest, uncrowded beaches that matches up to Bali is commendable. While in Perth, do not pass up the chance to swim in the country’s best beaches. The most accessible beach is the Scarborough beach. Another beach famous among and frequented by tourists and locals alike is the Cottesloe beach. While swimming in the beaches, be sure to swim between the flags and on patrolled areas. To take swimming a notch higher, swim naked. In Perth, Swanbourne beach is the place to be. It is frequented by a variety of groups of all ages, who are after the sun and the thrill. After sunbathing, consider taking a stroll in the finest parks in the city. The top choice would be the King’s Park which rises above the Swan River, which is frequented by locals for its good picnic groves, and walkers and joggers for its numerous tracks and amazing scenery. Within the park, the famous Botanic Garden can be found.

Measuring 17 hectares, the garden is brimming with over 2,000 plant species that can only be found in Western Australia. The park is at its most beautiful during spring, wherein an impressive display of the state’s flowers is truly laudable. A climb in the steep stairs from the river enables an impressive panoramic view from the top.

While in Western Australia, a visit to its second largest park should not be missed. Karijini National Park is located in the Pilbara region, part of the Northern Western Australia with iron mining as its main industry. Brimming with ragged ranges and red canyons amid the sunny glow, the Karijini National Park covers approximately 627 hectares, home to an estimated 800 plant species, and covers a wide variety of exotic fauna such as dragon lizards, rock wallabies, and endangered olive pythons. The park is also home to Western Australia’s three highest peaks, Mt. Meharry, Mt. Bruce, and Mt. Frederick.

After a hot trip to the Karijini National Park, head up North in the Kimberley region, one of the world’s greatest wilderness areas. While in Kimberley, freshen up in the resort town of Broome and enjoy watching the sunset while riding a camel in Cable Beach, which stretches 5km of coastline. The Cable Beach is frequented by tourists to get an overall taste of Kimberley.

How to get around within Western Australia

To cover most of Western Australia, land travel with days of driving (with stops in between for sleeping) is the most feasible manner. From Perth, the other end point of Eyre Highway is the Adelaide City, while up in the North, the Victoria Highway connect s Kimberley region with the Northern Territory, all the way to Darwin City. Meanwhile, the Great Central Road, Tanami Track, and Gunbarrel Highway, run between the Northern Territory and remote Western Australian towns. Car rentals are available.

To reach most of the Eastern States from Western Australia by public transportation, opt for the Indian Pacific train. The service runs between Sydney and Perth via Kalgoorlie, Adelaide, and Broken Hill. The train also provides coaches for cars.

How to get there

Get into Western Australia through Perth Airport, the only airport in the region with regular international flights. Meanwhile, a small number of interstate flights to Kalgoorlie, Kununurra, Karratha, and Broome are also optional.  

Flights to Western Australia

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