It is difficult to choose our favourite part of Western Australia because everywhere we visited had something special to remember. And this is certainly the case with the wonderful beaches, towns and cities along the south west corner of this wonderful state. From the rolling vineyards and world class wine, to the forests with their ancient and tall timber trees, pristine beaches and the opportunity to stand on the most south western point of Australia at Cape Leeuwen, have all made it an unforgettable visit.
Magic Moments on the South West corner of WA
Exploring around Cape Leeuwin, and Prevelly Beach where the Margaret River meets the Indian Ocean
Dramatic Cape Leeuwen, most south western point of Australia and where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet
Prevelly Beach where the Margaret River meets the ocean
Busselton with its famous wooden jetty
Busselton Jetty that is 1939 metres long, the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere
The coastal city of Bunbury
The picturesque city of Bunbury from Marlston Hill Lookout overlooking part of Koombana Bay
Trying to capture the sun setting over the Indian Ocean at Bunbury, pity about the clouds!
Read about our trip to Cape Leeuwen here
Travel to Busselton with me here
Explore Bunbury here