With its fantastic year-round climate, range of landscapes and wide open spaces, Western Australia is a fascinating destination to discover on your holiday to Australia. With its pale-sanded beaches, parklands and urban amenities, Perth acts as an attractive gateway from which to explore the wider region. From the peaceful Rottnest Island and the historic port of Fremantle to the mouthwatering food and wineries of the Margaret River, the pink lake and gold fields of Kalgoorlie and the captivating coastline of Albany, south Western Australia has a multitude of charms to discover. The north of the state also contains some fascinating natural features such as the Pinnacles Desert and the stunning Karijini National Park. Animal lovers can also swim with whale sharks in the Ningaloo Marine Park and observe dolphins at Monkey Mia. Further north, Broome’s Cable Beach provides the starting point for an unforgettable 4WD trip across the Kimberley Desert to hospitable town of Kununurra and the delightful El Questro Wilderness Park.
Information below is based on average highest temperature for each month.
Information above is based on the average number of days which experience some form of rainfall for each month.
When to Visit
Below gives you information and a rating of the best time of year to visit.