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Broome WA
Facts About Western Australia
Population:    
2 119 300
Total Area: 
2 529 875 sq km
Longest River:  
Gascoyne River 760km
Highest Mtn: 
Mt Meharry 1253m
Highest Falls: 
King George Falls(80m)
Remotest Town:
Warburton
Hottest Town:  
Marble Bar (160days 37.5C)
Coastline Length
12 899 km
Islands
3747
Best Beach Holiday
Cable Beach - Broome
Local Beer
Swan Lager

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A land that is as big as the name suggests with a variety of attractions, activities with enjoyment to match, that's Western Australia.

The north of the state boasts a wide variety of attractions. Visit the gorges and National Parks of the tropics in the Kimberley's , laze on the stunning beaches of Broome, or feed the dolphins of Monkey Mia.

From big ancient forests in the South to vast dry deserts in the east, huge crashing swells in the west to big fat gold nuggets in the North, Western Australia is the land of adventure.

Come and taste a big slice of experience for yourself. Perth, situated on the Swan River, is the capital of the state and has all the modern conveniences. White sandy beaches are only minutes from the city, while Rottnest Island, the home of the Quokka, and Fremantle, rich in maritime history, are close by.

Travelling inland to the Golden Heartland visitors will be rewarded with spectacular wildflower shows and changing colours.Visit the natural wonders of Wave Rock and Dyandra State Forest, or fossick for gold in some of the world's richest goldfields. Wine, challenging surf, limestone caves, spectacular coastline, magnificent forests and golden beaches are just some of the attractions waiting for you in the south-west. WA is also a great place for many camping adventures

A visit to Western Australia is a must, but be careful you may never leave.

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Favorite WA Destinations
Cable Beach Broome WA
Cable Beach - Broome
Known around the world for its quiet beautiful beach, and relaxing destination of choice for the rich and famous more
Margaret River WA
Margaret River
Famous for being a world class wine destination, Margaret River has much more to offer more
The Pinnacles WA
The Pinnacles
They look like a colony of ant mounds, but there is much more to this sacred place more
Ningaloo Reef WA
Ningaloo Reef
Come dive the azure clear blue waters of WA and frolic with the big friendly whale sharks more

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