1. Stay in the outback surrounds of a working cattle station in style and comfort at Bullara Station, Ningaloo Reef.
2. Explore the Yamaji Drive Trail visiting Indigenous sites in Geraldton, Greenough and Mullewa
3. Learn about Indigenous culture and history of the Malgana of Shark Bay people by joining a tour
4. Head to the Blowholes near Carnarvon to watch seawater spray up to 20 metres into the air.
5. Quad biking the Murchison River in Kalbarri, enjoy billy tea with damper and hear indigenous stories from a Nhanda elder
6. Be part of the Gascoyne in May arts festival, occurring annually in May between Shark Bay and Exmouth – which celebrates the culture and history of Australia
7.Visit Western Australia’s most haunted house, Oakabella Homestead in Northampton, and taste Loretta’s bushtucker scones!
8. 4WD the red dirt and white sandy beaches of Francois Peron National Parkin Shark Bay
9. Discover Ningaloo’s remote coastal wilderness locations to eco-camp, swim or snorkel in the coral filled lagoon at Red Bluff, Quobba & Gnarloo
10. Walkers will love the six Thungarra nature trails, ranging between 2.7km and 9km, which take in the history, flora, fauna, estuary and ocean views from Dongara to Port Denison.