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As mentioned on the homepage: Western Australia is one third of Australia. It's huge! To find your way easier through this website (and therefore Western Australia), the state has been devided in eight regions:

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The Kimberly dissects some of the most rugged country on earth and gives access to spectacular wildlife and stunning gorges.
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From stunning coastline edged with white sandy beaches and aqua waters. To world class national parks.
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From Green Head in the south to Kalbarri in the north, and the vast openness through the Murchison to Wiluna, the Mid West region of Western Australia is ready to be discovered.
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What has endured in the wild-west pioneer spirit which nowadays combines a colourful history rich in extraordinary characters with high-technology mining. The Esperance region is a paradise for lovers of the water and the sun.
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Blessed with diversity of landscape and environment, the Heartlands is home to several Western Australia's most popular natural attractions, like Wave Rock and the Pinnacles
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Perth is a scenic and sophisticated city, renowned for its abundant sunshine, relaxed lifestyle and easy-going manner. The Peel Region has diverse landscapes and is one of Western Australia's premier tourist destinations.
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The waters of the capital of the region known as the South West and Western Australia's second largest population centre, Bunbury, mark the point where the warm Indian Ocean waters collide with those of the cooler Southern Ocean.
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The towns of Albany, Denmark, Mt Barker, Katanning and Kojonup all between four to five hours drive south from Perth offer a variety of landscapes and attractions for all tastes.
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Western Australia divided in eight regions!



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