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Top 10 Tourist Attractions

10. Perth Zoo

Regarded as Australia's best small zoo, the Perth Zoo is located just 5 minutes from the heart of the city making campervan hire Perth a great option for visiting.

The zoo is open from 9am til 5pm, every day of the year and boasts exhibits like the African Savannah, the Elephants of Asia, Penguin Plunge and the Sumatran Orangutan exhibit.

9. WA Maritime Museum

The Maritime Museum is located at Victoria Quay in Fremantle and provides unique exhibitions of the Shipwrecks that were discovered off the coastline of Western Australia, many years ago.

The museum is the perfect attraction for those wishing to uncover the intrigue of this great state's maritime heritage.

8. Monkey Mia

Experience the mystical world of wild dolphins when you visit Monkey Mia; one of the world's premier natural destinations for dolphin sighting.

Dolphin Beach boasts long stretches of white sandy beaches, turquoise waters and of course, countless scores of dolphins, all ready to put on a show for your viewing pleasure.

7. Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island is a fantastic campervan hire holiday destination, with so much to see and do all year round. The island boasts a casual atmosphere, stunning scenery, and some of Australia's most beautiful beaches.

A vast array of flora and fauna call Rottnest home, making it an island of great diversity and memorable experiences.

6. Fudge Factory, Margaret River

Lovers of all things sweet will fall in love with the Margaret River region thanks to the local fudge factory.

The Margaret River Fudge Factory is traditionally very similar to the old fudge factories that were found in England and America, many years ago. Watch the confectionary being made and sample some of the sweet delights.

A fantastic array of chocolates, candy and refreshments are also on offer, and entry is free so there really is no excuse not to visit.

5. Chocolate Factory, Fremantle

Fremantle Chocolate make over 300 types of chocolate and this process can be seen in action from one of the viewing galleries. Sample delicious chocolates and purchase chocolate bars, chocolate novelties, truffles and pralines, chocolate biscuits, chocolate embroded specialties, fudge and much more.

The factory is open 7 days a week from 10am til 5pm so be sure to pop in and see how one of the world's most popular treats is made.

4. Margaret River

The Margaret River region is why many people travel to Western Australia, and it's no wonder because it rarely fails to disappoint.

Discover pristine nature, beautiful vineyards and glorious stretches of rugged coastline, as you kick back and experience a refreshing new way of life in what is regarded as one of Australia's best holiday regions.

3. Ningaloo Reef

The Ningaloo Reef is basically Western Australia's equivalent to Queensland's Great Barrier Reef.

More than 500 species of tropical fish and 220 species of coral make up this reef, making it one of the most diverse marine systems in the country.

2. Tunnel Creek National Park

Tunnel Creek National Park is home to Western Australia's oldest cave system and flows through a water-worn tunnel beneath the limestone of the Napier Range.

Visitors can trek through the caves, wade through permanent rock pools and spot bats and the ancient stalcites that make these caves so beautiful.

1. The Kimberleys

The Kimberley region of Western Australia is quintessentially what the Australian experience is all about. It is known as one of the wildest and most beautiful regions on earth and an experience here is one that can be remembered for a lifetime.

The natural beauty of this region will take your breath away and will transport you into an entirely different world; one you may never wish to leave.

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