The Kimberley region in Western Australia offers a once-in-a-lifetime wilderness experience like no other.
Despite a mere 25km separating these two national parks – much-loved by WA’s bushwalkers, climbers and hang-gliders – their geology couldn’t be any more different.
Read more about Porongurup and Stirling ranges in the March-April edition of Australian Geographic (AG#137).
On 25 October 1616, Dutch explorer Dirk Hartog landed on a long, narrow island off the Gascoyne coast in Shark Bay. To mark the 400th anniversary of the first Dutch contact with Western Australia, an ecological project aims to restore the island to the wilderness it was in 1616.
Enjoy these stunning pics of WA’s biggest isle and read more in the latest issue of Australian Geographic (AG#134).
Surrounded by desert, Mt Augustus is a colossus that transports walkers through ages past and present.
Discover an adventure playground where the forest meets the sea. Go on a tree-top walk, explore inlets by kayak or birdwatch in your own time
Wadjemup Lighthouse is an icon of Rottnest Island, a favourite holiday haunt for residents of Perth.
Just 18km off the coast of Western Australia, Rottnest Island is a much-loved summer retreat for the residents of Perth.
A video tour of Australia’s acclaimed Cape to Cape walk offers scenery, sunsets and a sneak-peek into being on assignment for Australian Geographic.
Australia’s national road, Highway One, weaves through some remote parts of the country.
Western Australia’s northern coastline has much to offer along the national Highway One.