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How much are vacation packages to Western Australia?
Your vacation dreams can come to life in Western Australia for as little as . Our vacation packages include flights and hotels, so you’ll find booking is a piece of cake. The only thing you’ll have to worry about is having an incredible time.
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Can I save money on my Western Australia car rental if I combine it with a hotel or flight?
You can with our Western Australia vacation packages. With one of these, there are plenty of ways to stretch your vacation budget further. Bundle any two or more car, flight, hotel and tour bookings and watch your savings grow. With a rental car, all the popular sights in and around Western Australia are just a road trip away.
What is the best time of year to go to Western Australia?
That comes down to whether you’d rather save cash or visit Western Australia when it’s in full swing. The quietest time to see this part of the world is . If you want to experience this destination at its peak, consider . Want to save your hard-earned money? The cheapest month is . usually has the most expensive prices.
What is there to do in Western Australia?
Western Australia has hidden surprises at every corner, but be sure you get to Kings Park and Botanic Garden and Swan Bells Belltower during your stay. These two attractions are popular with visitors.
Can I go on vacation to Western Australia at this time?
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Where to stay in Western Australia: Best areas for travelers

  • Perth: You'll quickly see why visitors to Western Australia say Perth is one of their favorite places. Terrific attractions like Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Swan Bells Belltower and Cottesloe Beach are only the start of what's available here. If you're after a hotel close by, the Holiday Inn Perth City Centre, the InterContinental Perth City Centre and the Quay Perth have all earned enthusiastic reviews.
  • Margaret River: It'll be challenging working out which of the many attractions to explore here first. Start with Voyager Estate, Amaze'n Margaret River and Gloucester Park. If you've still got energy to spare, head to Brewhouse Margaret River and Xanadu Winery. Want to know where to get a superb night's sleep? The Margaret River Hotel, the Prideaus of Margaret River and the Prideaus of Margaret River are our picks.
  • Gascoyne: It's easy to see why lovers of nature keep coming back here. With Cape Range National Park, Mount Augustus National Park and Francois Peron National Park to wander around at your own pace, it's the perfect combination of urban life and nature. If you want to see more sights, make your way to Cape Range National Park, Eagle Bluff and Yardie Creek Gorge too. After a long day out, climb into bed someplace comfy like the Gateway Motel Carnarvon , the Carnarvon Motel or the SureStay Collection by Best Western Hospitality Carnarvon.
  • Albany: Whether you're a history fanatic or not, this place's colorful past is bound to intrigue any visitor. Learn a thing or two about days gone by at National Anzac Centre. Desert Mounted Corps Memorial and Desert Mounted Corps Memorial also link this place to its storied heritage. Once you've caught up on your local knowledge, enjoy a good night's rest at the ibis Styles Albany, the Ace Accommodation Albany or the Albany Apartments.
  • Bunbury: With so many attractions on offer here, you'll hardly have time to visit them all. At least you'll be spoilt for choice when selecting one of the top hotels here, like the Bunbury Apartment Motel, the Bunbury Motel and The Parade Hotel. Once you've had a good night's sleep, get out and soak up some of the popular nature-based spots such as Koombana Bay and Leschenault Inlet. Marlston Hill Lookout Tower is also a great place to retreat to during your Bunbury escape.