The changes to come in Western Australia in 2018 – Part 2


Western Australia and its capital Perth have undergone a significant period of change in 2017. The addition of new constructions, activities, and experiences drew a huge number of visitors to the western part of the country. Travellers will be happy to know that 2018 is going to witness the openings of some exciting new projects.

The Tourism Western Australia has published a list of the things trending in WA the next year. The first part has covered some. Here are the rest:

Direct Aviation Access

The much-hyped direct flight from Perth to London will kick off in March 2018. It will be a regular passenger service from Qantas that establishes a direct connection between Australia and Europe. The airline will use its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner fleet for the third-longest passenger flight in the world.

Photo Credit: Express

SilkAir will launch an international service to link Broome to Singapore. The two in the Kimberley region will have four return flights each week.

Humpback Whales

The interaction tours to watch and swim beside the Humpback whales have been given green lights for the next year. Being operation from August to November, you can be a part of these tours to watch and swim by the Humpback whales in the temperate waters of Ningaloo Reef.

Humpback Whales. (Photo Credit: Tourism Western Australia)

WA on the Big Screen

You will enjoy the picturesque beauty of the WA in several big-screen releases in 2018. Breath, based on a Tim Winton novel of the same name, was shot in the south-west part of the State. There will also be several other films and documentaries that were shot in different parts of the State. Some of the names are Jasper Jones, Red Dog: True Blue, Three Summers, Australia, and more.

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