Top Luxury Offerings in Western Australia: Luxurious Gift Ideas

Known  as the “Treasure Chest of the West,” Western Australia’s abundance of  natural treasures will please even the most discerning shopper.

Argyle Pink Diamonds 

The Kimberley is home to one of the world largest diamond mines which produces this exquisite and rare pink diamond. For the ultimate experience, charter a private jet to the  mine and choose the perfect sparkler for that very special someone.  Private charters available from Edwards Aviation Australia and Aviair.

Kalgoorlie Gold

Home to the “Golden Mile,” the richest square mile of gold-bearing earth in the world, the Kalgoorlie Goldfields is the largest gold-producing region in the country. Feel the spirit of the gold rush pioneers and explore the area via four-wheel drive or visit the Super Pit, the biggest gold open pit mine in the country.

Black Truffles

Manjimup, located in the Margaret River region, produces more of the world’s black truffles than the rest of Australia combined. Enjoy these sumptuous delicacies at many restaurants throughout the country, including The Truffle & Wine Co which specializes in tours featuring truffle hunts and exports truffles to some of the most prestigious restaurants around the world.


There’s a reason why Broome is referred to as the “Pearl of the North” – it’s the pearling capital of Australia! Cruise to a local pearl farm to get a first-hand look at how South Sea pearls, among the worlds most coveted, are cultured or visit Paspaley’s luxurious boutique in Broome. Not traveling to Broome? See these stunning pearls  in Perth at Kailis Australian Pearls.

Indigenous Art Work and Artifacts

Collectable art from one of the world’s oldest cultures feature ancient dot painting to modern pieces of work. Artefacts include aboriginal tools and musical instruments, including the incredible didgeridoo which come in many striking designs. For authentic, cultural experiences, tours and artwork visit the Western Australia Indigenous Tourism Council website.

(Suorce: Tourism Western Australia)