Discover Western Australia! Tourist Information for planning your next Western Australia Holiday including - Accommodation, Tours, Attractions, Flights, Theme Parks and a whole lot more ...
Sun, adventure, an awesome natural environment and friendly people - it's what you'll find on a holiday to Western Australia whatever time of year. The variety of landscapes and climates in Western Australia ensures there is plenty of sunshine, making it the perfect year-round destination.
Located on the west coast of Australia, Western Australia - there's nowhere else in the world where you can experience and interact with such unique natural attractions. Dive with the whale shark - the world's largest fish! Or swim with wild dolphins, snorkel with manta rays, walk amongst the tree tops of an ancient forest, camp and trek through the great Australian desert, or explore the beehive-like formations of the Bungle Bungles.
Western Australia is the ideal destination offering a variety of holidays for all travellers. The types of accommodation available vary almost as much as Western Australia's scenery; 4, 5 and 6 star hotels, health spas, family resorts, beach front apartments. Discover Western Australia will ensure that your next Western Australia holiday will be an unforgettable adventure!
Here you will discover comprehensive information about holidaying in Western Australia. Discover the excitement of Perth, the South West, the Golden Outback, the Coral Coast, and the North West. Whether you want to know about accommodation, attractions, events or entertainment, simply select one of Western Australia's fantastic locations and discover what everyone has been raving about.
Western Australia Facts and Figures
Weather Western Australia's average annual rainfall varies from 300 millimetres at the edge of the Wheatbelt region to 1,400 millimetres in the wettest areas near Northcliffe. In the months of November to March it is generally very dry. The central four-fifths of the state is semi-arid or desert while an exception to this is the northern tropical regions where the Kimberley has an extremely hot monsoonal climate. The occurrence of snow in Western Australia is rare, and typically only in the Stirling Range near Albany.
Interesting Facts Perth is the capital city of Western Australia. Ningaloo Reef is one of the largest reefs in the world. Western Australia is Australia’s largest state and the second largest subnational entity in the world, it has 2.1 million inhabitants (10% of the Australia's total) - 75% of Western Australia people live in the capital city of Perth. Western Australia possesses cattle stations the size of England. Perth has more hours of sunshine than any other Australian capital city. Perth's beaches are 15 minutes by taxi from the city. Western Australia has major wine producing regions: Margaret River, Swan Valley and the Great Southern as well as smaller districts including the Avon, Blackwood and Chapman Valleys.
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