Crab Fest - Mandurah

The Mandurah Crab Fest is normally held on the long weekend in March and being just an hours drive from Perth you will be there to start your holiday before you know it.

Why not enjoy a weekend in Mandurah that is full of activities to suit everyone, including entertainment, food stalls, activities, markets and displays everyone is catered for and it is a wonderful weekend and just a short drive from Perth.

Whale Migration - Albany


Prepare to be mesmerized by these gentle giants as they make their way along the coast during migration. In late April, they travel from the food-rich southern ocean to breeding grounds in the warm northern waters.

Then, in August, they return south to the cold seas to grow and mature.

In Western Australia you're most likely to spot a humpback, southern right or blue whale on a whale watching tour. The best time to observe these serene mammals is at midday, when the sun is directly overhead.

From August to October whales can be spotted frolicking and playing in King George Sound, Albany.

Margaret River Festival – Margaret River Region

Autumn is one of the best time's to be captivated by Margaret River's natural beauty. The vine leaves are turning golden, the surf is pumping and the days are still warm with fresh nights.

In the middle of March head to the Margaret river region for all the great Food and wine that make this area so special. There is a variety of activities for everyone including concerts, The Chocolate Factory, The Fudge Factory, Supa Golf, Town Square Markets, Eagles Heritage Raptor Wildlife Park, Surfing, swimming, walking trails, Yallinyup Maze and of course the great food and wine tours. There is definitely something for everyone in Margaret River.

Australian Wildflowers - Paynes Find

Wild Flowers

Western Australian wildflowers are renowned as being one of the most spectacular wildflower displays in the world. The rugged landscape comes alive with a blaze of brilliant colours and lush scents from June to November.

For six picturesque months, a whopping 12,000 plant species carpet the state with their vivid beauty - and endless varieties are still being discovered! And over 60% of these species are found nowhere else in the world.

In Western Australia, Australia's most familiar wildflowers take a dazzling twist from the norm. Pink boronias, red and green kangaroo paw, magenta paperbark blossom and orange-flowering banksias are top of the list for wildflower spotters.

Explore the Western Australian wildflower extravaganza at your leisure, or enjoy Mother Nature's finest show on an organised tour.

Head north in June or July, where vibrant clusters and breathtaking blankets of flowers adorn the ground after early rains.

Paynes Find is located 420 kilometres from Perth on the Great Northern Highway, and has a small community of no more than 20 people. From late July to September, wildflowers are prolific in the area. White, cream, yellow and pink everlastings flow in carpets across the timeless landscape.

The Pearl of the Kimberley-Broome


This exotic town was once the pearling capital of the world and drew its population from a range of nations whose people came on the promise of pearls and in the hope of making a fortune. Its colourful history has resulted in a multi-cultural feel.

Broome is famous for Cable Beach - all 22 kilometres of it. This is undoubtedly one of the world's most stunning beaches - a pure white band bordering a brilliant blue ocean. Just the place for lazy days and sunset camel rides.

Tour a pearl farm, or relax poolside at one of many easygoing resorts. At Gantheaume Point, near Broome, dinosaur footprints are also preserved in rock. Don’t forget to visit Sun Pictures to watch a movie under the stars while relaxing in a deck chair.

Visit Broome at full moon and be rewarded with this uncommon optical illusion: moonlight reflecting in puddles on the mud flats at low tide look like a stairway to heaven. It happens between March and October for two to three nights a month. Town Beach is among the best viewing places. A market coincides with the event.