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Western Australia Vacation Packages

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Most Western Australia hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.

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Top Hotels in Western Australia

Esplanade Hotel Fremantle - by Rydges
Esplanade Hotel Fremantle - by Rydges
4.5 out of 5
Cnr Marine Terrace and Essex St, Fremantle, WA
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is $112 per night from Oct 4 to Oct 5
4.2/5Very Good! (1,106 reviews)

"Great location! Walking distance to everywhere and close to lots of good food spots, also nice rooms and lovely staff..."…"

Reviewed on Aug 27, 2020

Esplanade Hotel Fremantle - by Rydges
Four Points by Sheraton Perth
Four Points by Sheraton Perth
4.5 out of 5
707 Wellington Street, Perth, WA
4.4/5Excellent! (953 reviews)

"Breakfast included With the price was amazingly good."…"

Reviewed on Sep 13, 2020

Four Points by Sheraton Perth
Pan Pacific Perth
Pan Pacific Perth
5 out of 5
207 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth, WA
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is $107 per night from Oct 4 to Oct 5
4.2/5Very Good! (991 reviews)

"Nice hotel, friendly staff and delicious breakfast. Bathroom a bit small/dated and room didn’t have a nice smell (windows not able to be opened)."…"

Reviewed on Sep 23, 2020

Pan Pacific Perth
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Top things to do in Western Australia

Pinnacles Sunset Picnic Dinner Wildlife Encounter Day Tour
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Pinnacles Sunset Picnic Dinner Wildlife Encounter Day Tour

$115
Per adult
80% of travellers recommend
Rottnest Island Bus Tour with Ferry & Train Ride Package
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Rottnest Island Bus Tour with Ferry & Train Ride Package

$128
Per adult
80% of travellers recommend
Wave Rock, Historic York, Corrigin Town & Hippo’s Yawn Cave
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Wave Rock, Historic York, Corrigin Town & Hippo’s Yawn Cave

$128
Per adult
90% of travellers recommend

Western Australia Vacation Packages

Enjoy the quirky bars and live music of Perth, dive Ningaloo Reef, laze on white sand beaches and discover the wildflower-covered parks of Australia’s largest state. Explore the rugged coastline and sleepy beachfront towns, pristine beaches and coral reefs of Western Australia’s coast. Step back in time in Goldfields, encounter the rich biodiversity of rainforests and camp beneath the outback stars.

Western Australia’s capital, Perth, is a relaxed city perched upon picturesque Swan River. Enjoy boutique shopping in the city’s center, bars and nightlife in Northbridge and historic architecture and museums in Subiaco. Not far from town is Cottesloe Beach, known for its great surf.

Fremantle is a portside city packed with art galleries, trendy cafés, performers and maritime museums. Cruise to Rottnest Island nature reserve. Walk or cycle near the ocean and watch for cute marsupial quokkas and resident birdlife. 

North of Perth is the Coral Coast, best known for Ningaloo Reef just off Exmouth. Snorkel the reef or dive with manta rays and whale sharks. Meet a pod of friendly wild dolphins at Monkey Mia and hike through coastal parks filled with blooming wildflowers. 

Farther inland are the gorges of Karijini National Park. Hike past incredible geology with flowing waterfalls and spectacular views. Look for dingos and echidnas, regularly seen in the park. 

Relax on the white-sand beaches of Broome, a pearling port in the Kimberley region. Watch the moon rise over Cable Beach and visit historic Chinatown. Camp beneath the stars in Kununurra. Discover ancient indigenous rock art and wander amid sandstone domes known as the Bungle Bungles.   

Go gold prospecting in Kalgoorlie. Outback pubs in former goldmining towns provide interesting atmosphere. Take a four-wheel-drive tour to see unearthly dry salt lakes around the Goldfields region.

Explore the natural karst cave systems along the Margaret River. Top off your day with a chardonnay at one of the Margaret River vineyards. Immerse yourself in settler history and the whaling era on the south coast in Albany’s museums or head to Esperance to unwind in secluded bays, beaches and scenic coves.

Western Australia offers nearly endless opportunities for visitors.

Frequently asked questions

Q: Should I book a car while on vacation in Western Australia?
A: If the plan is to head out and take in the region of Shire Of Murray, a rental car is a must. Roll down your windows and experience the best attractions and landscapes that this amazing place has to offer. Sticking to the cities of Perth or Mandurah? Your own set of wheels is the way to head off the beaten track. Whenever you need Cheap Car Hire in Western Australia, we can help.
Q: Which airports can I fly in to for a vacation to Western Australia?
A: Many visitors to Western Australia arrive at either of the following international airports:
  • Perth, WA (PER): 915 international flights per month.
  • Port Hedland, WA (PHE): 4 international flights per month.
Q: What are the most popular types of hotels for a vacation to Western Australia?
A: Some of the most popular places to stay in Western Australia include private vacation homes, hotels and cottages. You might also like to opt for one of the apartments. You’ll find all of these types of properties on Expedia.
Q: What does a Western Australia vacation booking with Expedia include?
A: Flight and car. Hotel and flight. Car and hotel. Car, hotel and flight. You get the idea. You can lock in as much or as little as you like, all in one place. To make the most of your Western Australia vacation, check out our attractions and experiences while you’re at it.
Q: What is the best way to save money on my vacation to Western Australia?
A: You can save money (and time) by choosing to bundle your bookings with us. From Rental Cars to Hotels, Expedia will help you create your next Western Australia getaway. The more you sort out now, the more you save. You’ll also have less to be worried about when you finally get to your destination.
Q: What are the best things to do in Western Australia?
A: Many tourists flock to Kings Park and Botanic Garden and Swan Bells Belltower when in Perth. Cottesloe Beach is also worth a visit. Next stop, Mandurah. While you’re here, set aside some time to visit Mandurah Performing Arts Center, Silver Sands Beach and Halls Head Beach. Or, for some new experiences, learn why Koombana Bay, Hay Park and Bunbury Lighthouse are much-loved attractions for those traveling to Bunbury.