Western Australia Holidays

Holidays in Western Australia are characterised by its vast open distances and thriving capital city, Perth. Encompassing almost a million square miles of land, this huge state is larger than most countries and offers awe-inspiring, untouched landscapes perfect for those wanting to explore the wilderness.

Head into the outback for vast ranches and opportunities to spot kangaroos and other wildlife unique to Australia. The desert offers red sands and a chance to explore further, while the ocean is home to colourful reefs and diverse underwater life. Vineyards and white sandy beaches are ideal for those wanting to simply relax, while the city of Perth is home to a friendly, relaxed culture.

Discover a diverse landscape on holidays in Western Australia 

At Hayes & Jarvis we use over 65 years of experience to tailor make the ideal holiday for you –  across over 60 destinations. Whether you want a relaxing luxury holiday or to explore something new, we’ll help you plan your ideal Western Australia break.

Explore more than just Western Australia on our West Coast Adventure. Travel from Perth to Darwin, exploring underwater worlds and national parks, spot dolphins and see beautiful pristine beaches. The Wine & Wilderness Discovery tour combines luxury and wildlife to offer you the best of Australia. Try some of the country’s best wines and delicacies, as well as learning about Aboriginal culture and taking in spectacular sunsets.


Destination Highlights
  • Explore aboriginal culture
  • Discover gold rush towns
  • Swim with dolphins and sharks
  • Try wine tasting tours
  • Take a road trip
  • Relax on white sandy beaches

Time Zone

+8 hours (GMT)

Flight Time

London Heathrow to Perth is approx. 20 hours with 1 stop at Singapore or other destination. Flights vary depending on the stopover and onward connections


Australian dollar

Visa Information

All tourists require an Australian Tourist Visa, you can apply for an instant tourist visa, this is also known as an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) visa



Health Information

No mandatory vaccinations required. It's important to contact your GP for latest recommendations

Western Australia Attractions

  • Kings Park & Botanic Garden

    Kings Park & Botanic Garden offers a quiet oasis just outside the vibrant city of Perth. It’s home to over 13,000 species of plants and stretches out over miles of beautiful parklands. Take in views of the city and the sea, marvel at the ancient Baobab tree and see the colourful birds which call the area home.

  • Make the most of the coastline

    Western Australia is home to pristine white sandy beaches where you can spend long lazy days relaxing on loungers. Explore underwater with snorkelling and scuba diving excursions or swim with sharks and spot pods of dolphins as they play in the waves. The best time to see dolphins and sharks is during the summer months when the ocean’s supply of fish is more plentiful.

  • Wave Rock

    The magnificent Wave Rock has been carved smooth from stone by the rain and wind, to create an impressive smooth structure ideal for activities and resembling a large wave. Stretching up to 14km high, across 110m, it’s surrounded by bush filled with wildflowers and offers some spectacular views. Nearby is Hippo’s Yawn, where you can see orchids and native flowers in bloom, as well as the Pioneer Museum.

Our Western Australia destinations

Western Australia



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