Western Australia is the largest state in Australia, occupying the western third of the continent. It is larger in size than western Europe. PerthThe state capital and its suburban and semi-rural surroundings are set along the Swan River and sandy Indian Ocean beaches.
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Perth is the capital and largest city of Western Australia. It is separated from Adelaide by the distance of 2,139km to the east.
Kununurra is a small town built on big dreams. In a remote corner of the vast Kimberley region of Western Australia, its unaffected pastoral feel makes a comfortable base from which to explore the majestic natural attractions in the rugged surrounding landscape.
Albany is a port city on south coast of Western Australia, 400 km south of Perth, the state capital.
In Western Australia
The northernmost region of Western Australia is called the Kimberley. This spectacular region has an area of over 421,000 square kilometres.
Goldfields-Esperance is a region of Western Australia. Goldfields-Esperance is one of the largest regions in Western Australia and though the majority of it is sparsely populated, Kalgoorlie and Esperance are major towns supporting significant populations.
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.
The Gascoyne region is more than 136,000 square kilometres large and located in the extreme western coastal region of Western Australia.
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.
The diverse Mid West region covers almost 470,000 square kilometres of central Western Australia.
The Pilbara region covers more than 505,000 square kilometres of Western Australia.