From ancient Karri forests to pristine beaches, rugged cliff coastline to an abundance of Australian wildlife, the Rainbow Coast is as diverse as it is beautiful. Tucked away in the most southerly pocket of Australia this region is a great place to get away and enjoy firsthand Western Australia’s serene beauty. With dozens of National Parks and reserves bushwalking is popular activity for visitors to the region wishing to take in the picturesque environment. Albany is the hub of the South Coast offering visitors a feel of the relaxed nature of the region. From June to October Albany is a prime location for whale watching in the Southern Ocean, and local tours can get you up close and personal with these creatures of the deep. There are many excellent, although humble vineyards stretching out around the town that offer a taste of the regions unique wines and local food. The valley of the giants treetop walk in Walpole is an unforgettable experience. You can soak in the breathtaking views as you walk above the giant trees on a constructed walkway 40 metres in the air. The region’s coastline is spectacular with unspoiled beaches bordered by rugged cliffs creating the most picturesque of environments. The Rainbow Coast of Western Australia is a region that truly does have it all.