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    Explore Broome

     

  • Distant, rugged, relatively isolated and beautiful, WA’s Broome is one of Australia’s true “getaway” destinations in every sense of the word – situated towards the northern end of Western Australia in the heart of the Kimberley region, the town serves as a gateway to exploring many of the natural wonders that make this part of the country so unique.

    Sitting on a peninsula facing the Indian Ocean and blanketed under a glow of near-perpetual sunshine, Broome has an interesting history that blends European maritime influences with traditional indigenous Australian culture to form a locale that is brimming with its own distinct character.

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    Explore Cervantes

     

  • Cervantes is only about 1.5 hours north of Perth. That means it is the closest town to Perth to having a Getaway, without having to drive too far.

    Cervantes is especially attractive due to it’s shallow beaches. The waters are perfect for swimming, snorkeling or fishing. Also if you can paddle a canoe or kayak, you could row to the small island not too far off the shore.

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    Explore Dampier Archipelago

     

  • The Dampier Ardchipelago offers visitors unsurpassed opportunities for water recreation at its finest.

    Everything from pristine white beaches, fringing coral reefs, spectacular fishing, world class snorkeling and diving, all lie within a 45 kilometre radius of Dampier Western Australia. For details on charter boat operatiors and access to the islands, please contact:

    Karratha Visitor Centre

    Roebourne Visitor Centre

     

    The Dampier Archipelago in the Pilbara region of Western Australia is a coastal wonderland comprising 42 islands and islets off the coast of Dampier and Port Sampson. These islands offer excellent opportunities for boating, fishing, snorkeling, camping or family recreation.

    The Jaburara Aboriginal language group are the original inhabitants of WA’s Burrup Peninsula and Dampier Archipelago, and it wasn’t untillk 1699 that William Dampier became the first recorded Englishman to visit the area.

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    Explore Geraldton

     

  • Geraldton is 424 kilometres north of Perth and is located at the heart of the Coral Coast, offering a near-perfect lifestyle year-round. Ample entertainment, shopping, fishing and some world accredited sporting facilities. It’s a great location for quality rock lobster fishing, a world leader in this area due to pristine surrounding waters. The Abrolhos Islands are close offshore.

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    Explore Jurien Bay

     

  • Jurien Bay is located 222Kms on the coast north of Perth Western Australia. The large 9km bay has natural protection from the off shore islands and reefs, creating tranquil waters for recreational activities.

    Jurien Bay is Western Australia’s family favourite and fast emerging as popular short break destination. Jurien offers fantastic swimming, coffee, great beaches and a good range of accommodation options. Located just 2.5 hours drive north of Perth on the Indian Ocean Drive and only 20 minutes north of Cervantes, Jurien Bay is a top fishing spot with the Jurien Bay Marina providing a safe haven for a large number of crayfishing boats.

    Four-wheeling driving around the Jurien Bay area is very popular. Located 13 kilometres north of Jurien Bay, Sandy Cape is a white beach situated in a small, sheltered bay – an all-wheel drive or 4WD is needed to access. Hill River is accessible by 4WD track only and found 25km from Jurien Bay between Cervantes – it’s a great fishing and kayaking spot.

    It’s not uncommon to spot endangered Australian Sea Lions and these cute creatures are often seen lazing in the sun on the beaches of the Jurien Bay Marine Park. But for a close encounter, take a boat tour from Jurien Bay or Green Head and watch them frolic in the wild.

    Fish for your supper from the beaches, the Jurien Bay Jetty or the limestone groynes.

    Feeling you need an adrenaline rush? Try Jurien Bay Skydiving!

    Take a drive south to Cervantes to see the magical Pinnacles of Nambung National Park or north to Green Head’s Stockyard Gully National Park or Lesueur National Park where 10% of WA’s total flora is found.

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