12. Cable Beach
Another Western Australian jewel is Cable Beach, which consists of 22 kilometres of pure white sand, a backdrop of red hills and some of the clearest blue waters you’ll ever see. It’s famous for its opportunities to ride camels along the shore, and gentle waves that are ideal for swimmers.
Visit Gantheaume Point, at the southern end of Cable Beach to witness 130 million-year-old dinosaur footprints at low tide. During migration season you can also see whales frolicking in the water, along with dolphins.