I mean, where do I even begin? I honestly have enough photos and stories for six Steller's but I've decided to condense the BEST of the BEST into this one and you could just about use it as an itinerary to plan your own trip to Western Australia. I wouldn't have changed a thing! First things first ... Perth!

Elizabeth Quay

I arrived into Perth with my bestie @jewelszee and our trip began with a night at COMO The Treasury, a jaunt around the foreshore and dinner at David Thompson's Long Chim restaurant. 😱🌢🍹


We followed up our fancy start with adventures in Fremantle, an emotional journey with Indigenous Experiences Australia and more food than you can poke a stick at!

Take note of all of these recommendations - Como The Treasury (accomodation), Long Chim (Thai Street Food and killer cocktails), Sue Lewis Chocolatier, Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle, Indigenous Experiences Australia (MUST DO!), Odyssea Beach Cafe, Ootlong & Lincoln cafe for Zebra art by Anya Brock and don't forget to visit the Crawley Edge Boathouse! 😍❀️😍


From Perth we flew to Exmouth (Learmonth airport) for 3 incredible nights at Sal Salis Ningaloo plus we took to the air with Ningaloo Aviation and the seas with Live Ningaloo.

http://www.salsalis.com.au https://m.facebook.com/Ningaloo-Aviation-958722754197366/ https://www.liveningaloo.com.au

My experience at Sal Salis, and amongst these incredible operators, was a dream come true! To not only swim with whale sharks but to do so in an eco-friendly way with truly passionate people ... what a ride! I was off the grid with no internet for four days and we found plenty to occupy our time...

For example I made @jewelszee float in the ocean on a giant pink flamingo and our host gave her two sticks to paddle with πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

We also went hiking, shooting and snorkeling!! πŸ˜±πŸ˜±πŸ’™πŸŒπŸ¬

And like all of our trips we got up to some shenanigans too ...

THE END! Love you Jayde and all the team at Tourism WA! Xxx