The Local Organising Committee want to ensure you make the most of your visit to Western Australia. Western Australia is a unique and beautiful destination with a diverse range of activities and experience for all.

Western Australia is Australia’s biggest state, covering nearly one-third of the continent. Its capital city, Perth, is home to a vibrant bar culture and breathtaking beaches. Just offshore from Perth is Rottnest Island, home of the cute quokka – a small, furry marsupial that appears to smile in selfies. Western Australia is also where you’ll find the acclaimed Margaret River wine region, the ancient Kimberley region, the romantic outback beach town of Broome, and World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef, arguably the best place on Earth to swim with whale sharks.

What to do in Perth

For those interested in what to do in Perth itself. The Local Committee have put together some ideas of what to do to to feel like a local.

For more information visit the What to do in Perth page of the website.

Perth Surrounds

If you have a little more time in Perth you might like to see a little farther afield. In a short distance to Perth are awe inspiring natural wonders like the Pinnacles as well as wineries and villages such as Margaret River. So why not extend your stay and make the most of the trip west.

For more information visit the Perth Surrounds  page of the website.