Great South West Edge
Enrich yourself in the extraordinary bio-diversity of the Great South West Edge, tucked away in the lower corner of Western Australia, stretching from Busselton to Cape Arid National Park. Nature has been flaunting her beauty here for millions of years with white beaches, wildflowers, wetlands, towering forests, limestone caves and the meeting of two oceans at one river. A wet winter and dry summer Mediterranean style climate, a dazzling array of flora and fauna and captivating contrasts between land and sea, make the Great South West a truly unique national landscape offering diversity at its finest. Surf, fish, dive and whale watch along the pristine coastline and go walking through the huge national parks. Visit world-class wineries, see ancient geological wonders and discover the region's rich Aboriginal history.
- Conservation factsheet (PDF - 859 KB)
- Destination factsheet (PDF - 723 KB)
- Suggested itinerary (PDF - 1.00 MB)
- Wildlife and natural events calendar (PDF - 553 KB)
Visit the Tourism Australia website to find out more on the Great South West Edge.