Western Australia is the largest state in Australia, occupying the western third of the continent. It is larger in size than western Europe. The large majority of the 2 million inhabitants live in the southwestern part of the state, in or close to Perth, the capital and the most isolated city of this size anywhere in the world.
Popular destinations: Perth, Kununurra and Albany
Perth is the capital and largest city of Western Australia. It is separated from Adelaide by the distance of 2,139km to the east that includes the Nullarbor.
Popular destinations: City, Fremantle and Northbridge
South West is a region of Western Australia. Chosen by Lonely Planet as one of the world's Top 10 Regions in 2010, The South West offers some of the most varied travel experiences in Western Australia.
Popular destinations: Albany, Busselton and Bunbury
Wheatbelt is a region of Western Australia Many visitors can choose to drive hastily through the Wheatbelt region from Perth to the Goldfields and the Nullarbor or vice versa, but this region has a range of highlights of its own.
Popular destinations: Hyden, Toodyay and Clackline