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Discover Magical Western Australia

Travelers in Western Australia can find themselves traversing infinite roads through forest, mulga scrub or desert. They can explore the kind of red, sweeping outback that Australia is so famous for 'where all that glitters was once gold'.

Magical Journeys to Western Australia

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• Perth

Destination Guide Perth, Australia

The eerie limestone shapes of the Pinnacles are a popular day trip from Perth, rising out of the desert floor like something from a lunar landscape. The weather-worn pillars were formed by zillions of seashells blown here from the sea many thousands of years ago …

• Broome

Destination Guide Broome, Australia

Broome's has both a frontier feel and a well-developed local tourist industry. Gourmet restaurants, all-star resorts and the nouveau riche may have detracted from the outback appeal of Broome, but instead you'll find a unique culture unlike anywhere else in the state …

» Bungle Bungles

Bungle Bungles, Western Australia

Purnululu National Park, or the Bungle Bungles, is one the world's most beautiful areas to be discovered as recently as it has. Not thirty years since its discovery, this majestic 239,723 hectare range located in Kimberley, Australia, features utterly unique and beautiful layered sandstone domes closely resembling beehives. Once inhabited by aborigines, in this amazing park you will discover gorges, wallabies, and fan palm trees. In the plains surrounding the sandstone domes you can catch exotic plant-life …

» D'Entrecasteaux National Park

D'Entrecasteaux National Park , Western Australia

Named for a French, 18th century explorer and blissfully, wildly empty, D'Entrecasteaux National Park is where boredom goes to die. That tends to happen on a stretch of coast that's famously known for its offroading, where empty swaths of white sand beaches are a 4x4 drive away. With over 80 miles of isolated coastline, adventurous drivers are guaranteed to find beaches completely devoid of footprints, where wind, waves - and a surfboard or fishing pole - are your only coastal companions …

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East-coast Australians who have visited speak of Western Australia with a kind of reverence. They tell of wondrous weather and white wine. And surfing (the waves and the menu) …


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Western Australia is Australia's largest state in area, covering the western third of the mainland, and is bordered by South Australia and the Northern Territory. The capital city, Perth, is the most isolated city of over one million people in the world, being more than 2,000 km from Adelaide.

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