Places to Visit in WA After COVID-19
There is never a shortage of one-of-a-kind and out-of-this-world vacation opportunities in Western Australia since it is one of the biggest and most diversified countries on the planet. They have a state that would be the second biggest in the world, which means that there are limitless options to explore the many vistas that we have here. We have compiled a list of top places to visit in WA.
Margaret River has rightfully earned its status as one of the most prestigious wine areas in the world thanks to its rise to prominence on the global stage. This region is home to more than one hundred different wineries, which together produce more than 15% of Australia’s finest wine.
It takes around three hours to go to Margaret River from Perth, and you should plan on staying there for at least two days at the very least. Throughout the course of the year, there are several culinary festivals, art galleries, and craft brewers, in addition to the many excellent restaurants and wine tastings.
Whereas most people think about Western Australia, the Pinnacles are usually the first thing that springs to mind (well, excluding the phenomenon of quokka selfies, of course!). You can stroll for hours on what seems like another planet but is actually in the midst of a desert and is made up of a large expanse of limestone structures.
It only takes about half an hour to travel from the central business district of Perth to the port city of Fremantle, which is at the confluence of the Swan River as well as the Indian Ocean. Ideal for a day trip, but much better would be to spend a few days there and get to know the surrounding area. The Fremantle Prison is both a well-known tourist destination and a World Heritage Site; it has been opening its doors to guests ever since the 1850s. Prior to that time, the facility was used to house criminals who had been transported from Britain. The facility offers daily tours, which are highly recommended since they are the greatest way to view the facility.
You may see relics of the state’s colonial past at Albany, which is located farther down the breathtaking coastline. Albany is the location where the first European settlers stepped foot in the state.
The National Anzac Center is among the most significant sites in Albany. It is a museum that recounts the heartfelt experiences of the ANZACs, the first of whom embarked on their journey to the First World War from this same location.
We hope that you will enjoy your visit and explore these places.