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Western Australia's diverse landscape and climate has evolved an amazing range of natural attractions across the State.
Western Australian wildflowers are renowned as being one of the most spectacular wildflower displays in the world.
The rivers in Western Australia – including the Swan River, Fitzroy River and Ord River – have shaped some of the most dramatic landscapes on Earth.
Choose from 75 100 Western Australian national parks, explore Kings Park, be dwarfed by karri forests, or walk in the treetops of the Valley of the Giants.
Cruise along on a self-drive scenic tour of WA – exploring the stunning coast of Rockingham and Denmark, and tall-tree forests of Pemberton.
The Bibbulmun Track WA is an award-winning long-distance bush walk trail that stretches 965 kilometres from Kalamunda in Perth to Albany in the south west.
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