THERE are countless things to do to discover the REAL Western Australia. We have made up a recommended list in no particular order for 50 experiences? ‘WA Bucket List’, You’ll agree with some and disagree with others, but either way it might help with ideas to explore our super state anytime you get a chance.
THE BUCKET LIST
Must See & Must Do in WA
In no particular order but numbered for reference
 : Go whale watching, the largest pod of Killer Whales in the southern Hemisphere has begun to visit the Bremer Bay canyon. Humpback and southern Right Whales can also be seen off Rockingham, Augusta, Dunsborough or Albany.
 : Sleep under the stars.. Camp for free at listed sites or try “glamping” like an A-lister at an eco-resort like Faraway Bay.
 : Swim with giant whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef, A two-year trial of Humpback whale tours started late 2018.
 : Fly over or speed boat on Horizontal Falls near Cape Leveque, one of the greatest wonders of the natural world according to David Attenborough. Kununurra Waterfalls, King George Falls and Mitchell Falls are also spectacular.
 : Kayak or hike through the spectacular gorges, of WA’s north such as Emma Gorge or Geikie Gorge.
 : Check out erie alien landscape of The Pinnacles at Cervantes, an hour and a half north of Perth.
 : Surf or attempt to surf one of the 75 or so breaks at Margaret River, World champions come for the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in April.
 : Tour a winery or 10 in the Margaret River region, Don’t be surprised if you run into the rest of Perth there on long weekends and school holidays
 : Sample some of the famous south west produce, the region is famous for cheese, truffles, marron, wine and chocolate
 : See salt water crocodiles in their natural environment, throughout the Kimberley and Pilbara, and their smaller freshwater cousins at Tunnel Creek and Windjana Gorge
 : Swim, surf or fish and chips + catch sunset on the coast, Fremantle to Sorrent & everywhere in between see Perth’s beautiful sandy white beaches
 : Visit Broome. Built on the blood, sweat and tears of the pearlers, the town has a fascinating history and plenty to see and do such as dinosaur footprints, the ‘Staircase to the moon’, cocktails at cable beach, camel rides and delicious restaurants
 : Explore the breathtaking coastline of the great southern region, but be careful where you swim or fish, seas can be treacherous. Check out The Blowholes, The Gap and the Whaling Station at Albany
 : Explore Fremantle, The port city was voted one of the best cities in the world to visit in 2016 by Lonely Planet for its unique blend of hipster bars, craft-beer breweries, quirky local eateries, stores, live music
 : Explore the WA outback at its purest, A 4WD trip on the 660km Gibb River Road from Derby to Kununurra is a good place to start, with spectacular gorges, red dirt, bush landscapes and cattle stations on the way
 : Swim in the Kimberley or Pilbara’s natural pools, make sure they’re the ones without crocodiles
 : Take a photo with a Quokka, cycle round the island or kick back at one of Rottnest Island’s 63 beaches and bays
 : Drive through or fly over The Bungle Bungles, 300m-high rock formations in the Purnululu National Park
 : Check out Lake Argyle, an inland sea in the rugged Kimberley landscape where Argyle Diamonds are unearthed. Home to the largest population of freshwater crocodiles in the world — and a few salties despite what most people believe
 : Sample WA’s unique blend of local food and international cuisine, at funky small bars and restaurants cropping up across the city. The State Buildings are a great recent addition
 : Cycle the 1000km Mundi Biddi Trail from Mundaring to Albany, one of the best mountain bike tracks in Australia
 : Visit the world heritage listed Shark Bay, it has one of the largest populations of dugongs in the world, dolphins at Monkey Mia and stunning natural landscape
 : Go snorkelling or diving at The Abrolhos Islands, home to 19 shipwrecks including the Batavia. Also a good spot to fish
 : Take a bush tucker tour out of Broome, and learn about the culture and history of WA’s first people
 : Stay at a cattle station or homestead, like El Questro in the state’s north
 : Keen for a quirky rock formation in the WA outback?, Head to Wave Rock, Hyden or catch the Wave Rock Music Weekend
 : Climb Mount Augustus in the Gascoyne. It’s the biggest rock in Australia, two and a half times bigger than Ayers Rock
 : Take a trip out to Lake Ballard near Menzies to see the eerie Gormley Sculptures, 51 humanoid figures scattered across the salt lake by British artist, Sir Antony Gormley. Go in the early morning or evening for the best photos
29] : See a football match. It could be anything from an amateur’s, WAFL, AFL, weekend match.
 : Climb Bluff Knoll in the Stirling Ranges in the Great Southern Region — one of the only spots in WA that ever gets snow
 : Take a hot balloon flight over the Avon Valley, to see WA’s stunning wildflowers from April to November
 : Check out the Argyle Diamonds Ord Valley Muster, more than 30 events over 10 days with the highlight concert the Kimberley Moon Experience.
 : Fish off the Busselton Jetty – or just walk along it, then get fish and chips at the foreshore nearby
 : Swim, picnic and take the camera along to a south west beach, such as Yallingup or Meelup
 : Hike or walk the Bibbulmun Track or walk sections such as the Cape to Cape, between the lighthouses of Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin
 : Explore the red cliffs and coast of Kalbarri. Go fishing or kick back in the cosy coastal town. A new skywalk will be open in 2017 for new views over the Murchison River
 : Take in the best views over Perth city with a picnic at Kings Park.
 : Visit Australia’s largest open cut gold mine, the Kalgoorlie super pit in the Goldfields. Selfies with the earthmovers are mandatory
 : Tour the largest collection of rock art in the world, between 250,000 and one million art works, at the Burrup Peninsula out of Karratha. Learn about Namarrgon, the Lightning Man, and other Dreamtime stories
 : Visit a Swan Valley winery or cindery, hike or cycle bush tracks or check out a weekend market – it’s only 40 minutes from Perth.
 : Visit the National Anzac Centre at Albany’s Mount Clarence, overlooking King George Sound where troops departed on November 1, 1914 for Europe and WWI
 : Fly over Lake Hillier, a natural neon-pink lake on Middle Island in the Recherche Archipelago off Esperance
 : Camp at or day trip to Lucky Bay,
said to have the whitest beach in Australia. Matthew Flinders stopped here in 1802 with the HMS Investigator, the first ship to circumnavigate Australia
 : Go through Fremantle Prison at night.
 : Explore the cave systems at Yanchep or in the Margaret River region.
 : Visit New Norcia. Sample some bread made by local monks or check out the deep space satellite.
 : Climb the Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree near Pemberton, a 75m-tall Karri Tree using only metal spokes that spiral up the tree, or do the Valley of the Giants treetop walk out of Denmark. It’s like being transported back to the Jurassic Period
 : Go to an open air concert at the Leeuwin estate, Kings Park, Perth Zoo or the epic Southbound event in Busselton
 : Run up Jacob’s Ladder at Kings Park.
 : Have a drink at a Kalgoorlie pub, if it’s on Anzac Day, play a game of two-up.
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