Australia's South West
The natural beauty of the south-west corner of Western Australia offers a variety of scenic attractions, such as the ancient ranges, national parks, spectacular coastline, secluded beaches, whale watching, local vineyards, restaurants, art and craft centers, wildflowers and the magnificent tall timbers forests of the mighty karri trees. To the west, the small holiday town of Dunsborough is the gateway to the Cape Naturaliste area, caves and pristine beaches of Yallingup and surrounding area are major highlights. See local art and craft, and the world-renowned wine growing region at Margaret River. The Stirling Range National Park is home to more than 1,500 plants and 140 species of birds. Five of the peaks are over 1,000m high. The surrounding towns of Denmark and Walpole are popular peaceful holiday destinations and the Valley of the Giants Tree-Top Walk provides a unique experience.