Occupying a third of the country, Western Australia is by far the largest of the Australian states. Boasting some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, plenty of blue skies, unmissable national parks and buzzing towns and cities, including Perth, Fremantle, and Broome, WA truly is a backpackers dream.
If you want a truly Aussie experience then look no further than Perth. Despite being the most isolated city in the world, Perth (and its sister suburb, Fremantle) is a backpacker hub. Boasting the most beautiful beaches in the country, a chilled surf atmosphere and Sunday sessions to rival Sydney's, this Western Australia gem is worth the flight.
Margaret River is more than the wine capital of Australia; it is a magnet for surfers and home to some of the world's most breath-taking beaches. Once you step foot in Margaret River you'll never want to leave. With its year round clear blue skies, Margaret River will steal your heart from the very first day.
'Rotto' - as the locals know it - is paradise personified. Spend your days cycling round this stunning island, chilling on ocean-side bars, or getting the Rottnest Express over to the mainland, where you can enjoy the buzz of Fremantle and Perth.
Broome is the Ultimate backpacker town of northern Western Australia. Its year round sunshine, relaxed atmosphere, party culture and out of this world beaches (including the famous Cable Beach, where you can ride camels) attracts travelers from all around.