This Leafy region incorporates the South West and the
Great Southern. It takes in some of the world's finest wine and food
destinations, from Bunbury
River and the Ferguson
Range and Albany.
You will find more information about other towns by clicking on the town
name on the map below. It's a gourmet's delight. The endless action available here includes
surfing, kayaking, diving, white water rafting, ocean and river fishing,
whale watching, caving, bushwalking and abseiling. Travel through rolling
pastures and charming inland towns of the
Highway to the magnificent forest country, where you can walk a trail,
climb a tree or stroll 40 meters up on the tree top walk. Beyond the
forests, you can enjoy some truly glorious beaches. You can stay at one of
the many high class hotels or at a small friendly
or B&B or other special interest accommodation,
including golf resorts, pet friendly accommodation and more.
There are 2 main routes to the South West from Perth.
The Freeway takes you via
Highway 20 , is
an alternative route that escapes the hustle and
bustle of the freeway allowing you to enjoy the country towns of the
South Western Highway.
is increasing pressure from mining interests being placed on the South
West, prompting groups like
Save our South
West to use the internet to raise awareness of the issues. You
can travel to the South West from Perth by
West Coach Lines, their newest coaches
feature plush leather seats, WiFi internet access and a multi-channel
entertainment system. You can also travel by the
Australind train service. When you arrive in the South West,
Bunbury Car Hire
can provide an affordable car for you to explore the hinterland towns. You will find more
useful information at the official Australia's
South West website.