LAKE HILLIER, the fantastic pink lake on Middle Island just off the coast of Esperance. One of the world’s great wonders that you can easily photograph on a 1.5 hour charter flight.
MOUNT AUGUSTUS is Australia's largest 'monolith'. Purple Mulla Mulla wildflowers in spring, rock formations, caves and Aboriginal engravings make this a fascinating national park.
ANTONY GORMLEY SCULPTURES. 51 world class sculptures set over 10 square kilometres of salt lake at Lake Ballard. The largest outdoor gallery on earth is waiting in the Goldfields just 2 hours drive north of Kalgoorlie.
WAVE ROCK near Hyden, one of the Outback's most popular attractions only a half day's drive from Perth. Come "surf" a wave a million years in the making.
OUTBACK WILDFLOWERS start late July, with carpets of Everlastings bursting into colour. Then other unique wildflowers bloom throughout the entire region through to the south coastal national parks.
Your guide to visiting the Outback, containing useful information on self drive itineraries, what to do & where to stay
For the ultimate driving holiday, the Golden Outback has it all. The area is covered with a network of roads, trails and tracks
In the Wheatbelt explore Wave Rock, golden fields, springtime wildflowers and a great range of self-drive trails
Esperance, the Fitzgerald Coast and the Nullarbor boast some of WA's most pristine and untouched coastal scenery and marine playgrounds
The Gascoyne-Murchison is home to rugged rock formations, outback trails, stunning wildflowers each spring and station stays
Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the Goldfields offers a fascinating insight into the region’s colourful gold rush history