Probably most famous for being the Pearling Capitol of Australia, with some of the world's largest cultured pearls, Broome offers a host of amazing experiences for visitors and tourists. Start with the stunning 'Stairway to the Moon' or the 22 kilometre Cabe Beach or check out amazing 130 million year old dinosaur footprints.
The Horizontal Falls are described by David Attenborough as "one of the greatest natural wonders of the world'. Not true waterfalls, they are created by immense tidal currents speeding through tight coastal gorges. There are only two on the planet, both here at Talbot Bay in the Buccaneer Archipelago.
Spectacular Shark Bay is one of Australia's most famous wildlife areas. From several thousand year old Stromatolites to friendly Dolphins, Whales, Whale Sharks, Sea Turtles and Dugongs and much more, this is one famous landmark not to miss if your heading Down Under with a love of nature.
Given to the people of Western Australia as part of the bicentennial celebrations in 1988, Swan Bells are one of the largest sets of change ringing bells in the world and are comprised of some of the only known Royal Bells to leave England. Named after the Swan River which the tower overlooks, Swan Bells are the main focus of Barrack Square and are only a short walk from Perth CBD.
The striking Bungle Bungle Range was only "discovered" in 1983. Purnululu National Park was established in 1987 and declared a World Heritage Site in 2003. The unique range is composed of grey and orange banded 'beehive' shaped sandstone domes and is arguably the most amazing and spectacular geological landmark in Australia.