Broome is a thriving coastal town situated in the Kimberley region of Western Australia 2,240km north of Perth. Famous for its pearling industry, rich history and dramatic landscapes, thousands of tourists flock here during the dry season from April to September each year.
March is a chilly but wonderful time to travel around the country; the last vestiges of winter beauty can still be admired in the landscape but if you look closely life is starting to spring.
The southern coastline of WA is dramatic, demanding and above all impressive. Such spectacular scenery can be seen at Torndirrup National Park where the hungry Southern Ocean and relentless winds have carved out stunning formations such as the Natural Bridge, Gap and Blow Holes.
Where the forest meets the sea, Walpole-Nornalup National Park has a breathtaking variety of scenery from expansive inlets and rugged coastal headlands to ancient tingle forest and impressive rivers.
Named after the French expeditionist who sailed past in 1792, D’Entrecasteaux National Park is a unique mixture of bold granite outcrops, rugged cliffs, surging beaches, tranquil lakes and towering karri forests all in the one park.