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    Destination Guide – Western Australia

    “Travelling around the five regions of Western Australia takes you to five very different worlds. With Australia’s sunniest capital city Perth as its hub and one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots in Margaret River and the South West, to an arid desert landscape in Esperance and the Golden Outback. Head north to one of the planet’s largest fringing reefs in Exmouth and the Coral Coast and sub-tropical wilderness in Broome and the North West.” – Tourism Western Australia

    Comprising of almost 13,000 kilometres of coastline and over 2.6 million square kilometres of land, Western Australia is a sparsely populated natural beauty, 10 times the size of the United Kingdom with under 4% of its population. Its abundant and diverse beauty never ceases to amaze visitors and locals alike, being home to some of the most unique natural wonders that Australia has to offer.

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    Perth, Western Australia, Australia | TravelManagers Australia
    Roebuck Bay, Broome, Western Australia, Australia | TravelManagers Australia
    Hamersley Gorge, Karijini, Western Australia, Australia | TravelManagers Australia

    “Under a near-permanent canopy of blue sky, life here unfolds at a pleasing pace. Throw in superb beaches, global eats and booming small-bar and street-art scenes, and Perth seems downright progressive.” – Lonely Planet

    The landscapes of the Kimberley are amongst some of the oldest structures on earth. Spectacular gorges, wildlife and exotic fauna, ancient rock art sites, arid desert country, and pristine coastline are just a few of the unique experiences of this region.

    Western Australia, bounded by the Indian and Southern Oceans, blessed with an ancient landscape and more than 20,000 kilometres of pristine coastline, offers plenty of untouched jewels to tempt its visitors.

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    Perth, Western Australia, Australia | TravelManagers Australia

    Perth Destination Guide

    “Under a near-permanent canopy of blue sky, life here unfolds at a pleasing pace. Throw in superb beaches, global eats and booming small-bar and street-art scenes, and Perth seems downright progressive.” – Lonely Planet

    Roebuck Bay, Broome, Western Australia, Australia | TravelManagers Australia

    Beginner's Guide to the Kimberley

    The landscapes of the Kimberley are amongst some of the oldest structures on earth. Spectacular gorges, wildlife and exotic fauna, ancient rock art sites, arid desert country, and pristine coastline are just a few of the unique experiences of this region.

    Hamersley Gorge, Karijini, Western Australia, Australia | TravelManagers Australia

    Highlights of Western Australia

    Western Australia, bounded by the Indian and Southern Oceans, blessed with an ancient landscape and more than 20,000 kilometres of pristine coastline, offers plenty of untouched jewels to tempt its visitors.

    Welcome to Western Australia

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    Western Australia Word Map | TravelManagers Australia

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