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Things to do in regional Western Australia

Venture beyond Perth to discover what regional Western Australia has to offer. You'll find unique things to do in Northern WA from swimming with sharks on Ningaloo Reef to camping in the Outback plus more. Discover everything Broome, Exmouth, The Kimberely and more northern areas have to offer.

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Things to do in Northern WA

Northern Western Australia is known for its amazing Aussie outback cities and towns and is home to a stunning array of landscapes including picturesque coastlines, natural resources, wilderness areas, spectacular landmarks plus so much more. There are plenty of locations that make up this region including Broome, Exmouth, The Kimberley, Kununurra, Karratha, Port Headland and more. RedBalloon offers plenty of amazing things to do in Northern WA, perfect for those looking for a mini getaway or an experience to enjoy whilst passing through on a road trip.

A Northern WA activity is also the perfect gift idea for someone who is planning a road trip around WA and wants to venture up to the top of the state. Whether they are celebrating a special occasion or any other milestone, gifting them a Northern WA attraction or experience will be a memorable present they will love! It’s the perfect way for letting them enjoy this beautiful part of the country!

How to get to Northern WA?

There are a few different options to get to Northern WA, depending on where you are travelling to and from. The first option is to fly. There are a number of flights that run to Northern WA including to Broome, Exmouth, Albany, plus more locations. Most of these flights leave from Perth however some other cities may also offer direct flights to these areas. Another option to get to Northern WA is by bus or car. There are coaches that run services to the northern regions from Perth. Alternatively you can make it a road trip and take one of the amazing driving routes including along the North West Coastal Highway and the inland Great Northern Highway.

Things To do in Exmouth

Exmouth is a coastal town located in Western Australia’s North West Cape. It is known as the gateway to Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area, making it the perfect base to explore everything both on land and in water. There are plenty of amazing things to do in Exmouth available on RedBalloon but if you’re visiting we highly recommend ticking swimming with whale sharks or humpbacks off your bucket list. You’ll also find a range of other experiences like scenic cruises, Coral Bay manta ray tours, snorkelling adventures plus more.

Things to do in the Kimberley

The Kimberley in Northern WA is one of the world’s largest wilderness landscapes, covering hundreds of thousands of square kilometres. As a result there are plenty of things to do in The Kimberley from exploring the majestic wildlife to exploring the outback in a 4WD road trip plus so much more. RedBalloon offers a range of experiences to enjoy in the area including some amazing accommodation packages. You an enjoy eco beach getaways with breakfast, romantic beachside escapes plus more.

Top 5 things to do in Northern WA from RedBalloon

Whether you’re a local or visitor, the Northern WA attractions are exciting and worth ticking off your must-do list. RedBalloon offers some of the best things to do in Northern WA and some of our top-selling experiences include:

  • Swimming with whale sharks in Exmouth
  • Ningaloo Reef eco tour
  • Scenic flight in Broome
  • Pinnacles stargazing and sunset dinner
  • Eco beach getaway in The Kimberley region

Things to do in Western Australia

Now that you’ve got your Northern WA experiences booked, why not explore the rest of Western Australia and experience everything this state has to offer. Discover a wide range of new and exciting things to do in Perth, Rottnest Island, Margaret River plus so many more areas in WA.