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Broome & Cable Beach, North West

Seashells Broome

Welcome to one of Broome's most popular seaside resorts, only 300 metres from the enticing sands of Cable Beach. Relax and enjoy the distinctive flavour and style of Broome, a unique and exotic town and once pearling capital of the world.

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Perth CBD, Perth

Peppers Kings Square Hotel

Peppers Kings Square Hotel is Perth’s brand new, elegant hotel destination.

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Perth Suburbs, Perth

Country Comfort Perth

Country Comfort Perth in Belmont is located on the Great Eastern Highway midway between Perth Airport and CBD. Relax in the beautiful gardens or enjoy the guest barbecue facilities, childrens playground, swimming pool, gym and sauna.

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Broome & Cable Beach, North West

Ramada Eco Beach Resort

One of the world's most remarkable destinations, Eco Beach is a unique resort set in a pristine and untouched landscape just one hour's drive south of Broome. Accommodation is provided through a variety of beautifully appointed, solar powered Eco Villas and safari-style Eco Tents.

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Geraldton, Coral Coast

Mantra Geraldton

Geraldton is located on the mid-west coast of Western Australia and is the main commercial hub of the growing mid-west. Well-known as an excellent spot for windsurfing and kite boarding, it is also one of the largest commercial fishing catchment areas in the region.

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Margaret River, South West

Margarets Beach Resort

Nestled on the coast, Margarets Beach Resort is located at the foot of the Leeuwin Naturaliste Ridge at the beautiful Gnarabup Beach. Margaret River is also one of the country's most renowned world-class wine regions, providing visitors with a vast number of wineries to visit.

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Coastal Towns, South West

Ramada Resort by Wyndham Dunsborough

Just a two hour drive from Perth in the famous Margaret River wine region, Ramada Resort by Wyndham Dunsborough transports you to a world of luxury and indulgence set amongst exquisite landscaped gardens sweeping down to the shores of Geographe Bay.

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Mandurah, South West

Seashells Mandurah

Seashells Mandurah boasts a truly unique location. The Resort is situated on the beach at Comet Bay, right next door to the award-winning Mandurah Ocean Marina. Most apartments feature spectacular views over the Indian Ocean or Peel Estuary.

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Albany, South West

ibis Styles Albany

Located in the centre of town, ibis Styles Albany is the gateway to the spectacular Western Australia south coast. A five hour drive from Perth, the hotel is close to Albany attractions such as West Cape Howe National Park, Mt and Melville Lookout.

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Kalgoorlie, Golden Outback

ibis Styles Kalgoorlie

ibis Styles Kalgoorlie is centrally located just 5km from the airport. Home to some of the most scenic countryside, Kalgoorlie is situated in the heart of the goldfields and its wide streets and historic architecture provide a snapshot into its remarkable history.

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Karratha, North West

ibis Styles Karratha

Well located in the centre of town, ibis Styles Karratha sits within walking distance of the main shopping centre. Featuring 60 rooms, the hotel is warm and welcoming, with an outdoor pool, BBQ area and a bistro providing pleasant al fresco dining.

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Kununurra, North West

ibis Styles Kununurra

ibis Styles Kununurra is located 1km from the town centre and 4km from the airport. Featuring 60 rooms, a restaurant, bar and pool, the hotel is positioned close to many attractions including Kellys Knob, the Bungle Bungles and Lake Argyle.

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Western Australia

Western Australia is Australia's largest state and the second largest subnational entity in the world. The state's capital city is Perth. Western Australia is bounded by South Australia and the Northern Territory to the east, and the Indian Ocean to the west and north.

In recent years, tourism has grown in importance, with significant numbers of visitors to the state. Revenue from tourism is a strong economic driver in many of the smaller population centres outside of Perth, especially in coastal locations.

Western Australia has a significant fishing industry. Products for local consumption and export include Western Rock Lobsters, prawns, crabs, shark and tuna, as well as pearl fishing in the Kimberley region of the state. Processing is conducted along the west coast. Whaling was a key marine industry but ceased at Albany in 1978.

Western Australia's winemaking regions are almost entirely concentrated in the south-western portion of the State. Major wine producing regions include: Margaret River, The Great Southern, Swan Valley as well as several smaller districts including Blackwood Valley, Manjimup, Pemberton, Peel, Perth Hills, and Geographe. Several wineries produce wine for local consumption and international export.