Australian Wildlife

List of Australian Islands, Western Australia

To see these attractions on a large Google Map, visit our Western Australia island Tourist Attractions Map pages.

Dirk Hartog Island
Shark Bay
Dirk Hartog Island is Australia’s westernmost point, and the first European landing site during the great explorations. The island is part of the Shark Bay UNESCO World Heritage area, and is located 37 kilometers offshore Denham, in Western... Click to continue>
Houtman Abrolhos Islands
off Geraldton
The Houtman Abrolhos Islands, more commonly known as “The Abrolhos”, is a group of 122 coral-reef fringed islands located about 60km west of Geraldton off the mid west coast of Western Australia. The island group is named after Commander Frederik de... Click to continue>
Penguin Island
off Perth
Penguin Island is located just off of Perth, in Western Australia. The island is small, just 12.5 hectares, and is inhabited by the largest population of Little Penguins in Western Australia. Click to continue>
Recherche Archipelago, or Bay of Isles
The Recherche Archipelago is known by locals as the “Bay of Isles.” The Archipelago of the Recherche contains over 100 pristine islands, and 1500 islets, off the coast of Esperance. The archipelago is located in the south-east of Western Australia,... Click to continue>
Rottnest Island
Rottnest Island
Rottnest Island is famous for its population of Quokkas. There are about 10,000 of these small kangaroo relatives on the island. Rottnest Island, or Rotto as it is affectionately called by the locals, is located 18 km off the coast of Western... Click to continue>
the Mackerel Islands
Pilbara Coast
The Mackerel Islands are famous destinations in Australia – for both diving and fishing. The islands, which receive over 300 days of sunshine a year, are very laid-back, casual, and quiet. The island environments are beautiful, with clean turquoise... Click to continue>

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