Western Australia offers so much; hundreds of kilometres of spectacular coastline, amazing rock formations, long sandy beaches, great food and wine and the lion’s share of native flora. Add to that, rich agricultural farmland and innovative farmers, including the Benedictine monks in Australia’s only monastery town, and you have all the ingredients for a wonderful experience. If you’ve ever wanted to visit WA, there’s no better time than in the spring when the wildflowers are at their most spectacular.
– Wildflowers and national parks
– Historic Fremantle and the whaling port of Albany
– Spectacular Kings Park and a cruise on the Swan River
– The popular Margaret River wine region and the monastery town of New Norcia
– Visits to diverse farming and fishing enterprises – sheep and cattle, cereal cropping and dairy, vegetables and olives, crayfish and yabbies