War, shipwrecks and Aboriginal burial grounds - Rottnest is an island steeped in history.
With the mining boom over, Western Australia is placing a new focus on tourism, with Perth at the centre of its efforts.
Perth's famous beach precinct and its landmark 1980s hotel have undergone much-needed makeovers.
If you don't mind the smaller room size, the hotel's location is definitely a win for visitors to the city.
The Intercontinental brings a level of luxury to Perth's city centre that aims for stylishness over opulence and it achieves its aims well.
There’s only one thing better than flying on one of the world’s best airlines and that’s flying on two of the world’s best airlines.
This part of Western Australia's far north – where the desert meets the sea – is sometimes called "the Dinosaur Coast".
The last thing you expect to see on a cruise along Australia's most remote - and arguably most beautiful - coastline is an art gallery.
Looking for a place of inspiring beauty like nowhere else? Then Western Australia is the place to be. Camp under the stars at Cape Range National Park; take an outback tour to the magnificent Bungle Bungle Range; drive long dazzling coastlines; or just chill-out in city hubs for great food, bars and restaurants. These are what extraordinary holidays are made off.