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The World's Highest Tree Climb

The 75-metre high Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree is the world’s highest tree climb. Scale the metal rods for a striking view of old growth karri forests in Warren National Park.

The Pinnacles

Whether you choose to fly over or drive among the Pinnacles, Nambung National Park truly does feel like another planet – hot, dry and out of this world.

Hutt River Principality

The Hutt River Principality is a self-proclaimed Independent Sovereign State that succeeded from Australia in April 1970. Pop in for a passport stamp, and a thought-provoking conversation with the Prince about international law.

Fremantle Prison

Daily tours at historic Fremantle Prison focus on its past and more modern penal history, we well as the transportation era. Don’t miss the eerie underground tunnels dug by convicts to supply fresh water.

Drive Boranup Drive

Between the fine wine, fine dining, world class surfing and beautiful coastline, there’s a lot to appreciate in Margaret River. It is also home to one of Australia’s most stunning drives.

WA War Memorials

Whether you visit hand-dug tunnels in Perth, a deeply moving monument in Geraldton or the interactive National ANZAC Centre in Albany, pay your respects at these historic WA War Memorials.

Abrolhos Islands

Take a scenic flight to East Wallabi Island to learn all about the sordid shipwreck history on the most southerly reef in the Indian Ocean, and explore its remote and desolate beauty.

Shark Bay

Look for dugongs, sharks and dolphins as you gently sail on the turquoise waters of Shark Bay, home to the largest and richest area of seagrass meadows in the world.

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