Got a penchant for wildlife that hops, swims or slithers?
Western Australia's vast and untouched outback is teeming with fascinating native fauna.
Bird-spotters are in for a treat, with rare sea birds nesting on coastal islands, emus inland and parrots inhabiting city and suburban trees.
Check out the crocs
In the sun-kissed Kimberley
, crocodiles inhabit the rivers and inlets.
Freshwater crocodiles are common in the Kimberley, where they bask in and around rivers, lakes and pools in gorges. While they may look ferocious, they are relatively harmless.
Nearer to the coast, and sometimes inland too, are saltwater crocodiles.
These big guys with their gaping jaws should be treated with great respect - but it's a spine-tingling experience to see them in their natural environment.
The best - and safest - way to spot a croc is by exploring waterways and national parks with local guides. And make sure you follow their advice!
A tamer way to experience these majestic creatures is at Broome's
Here, you can get up close with several thousand crocodiles, while protected by a fence.
Spot the reptiles
Western Australia's national parks are home to hundreds of reptile species.
On a nature safari in the Francois Peron National Park, spot goannas and little thorny devils, which look like patterned rocks.
Western Australia has its fair share of snakes too, although these shy creatures usually stay away from humans.
The most common around the Perth area are tiger snakes and dugites.
Meet the marsupials
Western Australia's kangaroos are glorious creatures.
There are two main species - western grey kangaroos and the infamous red kangaroo.
The red kangaroo is the largest marsupial in the world - it can grow to over six-foot and weigh up to 80 kilograms.
Red kangaroos prefer a more arid climate, so visit the State's desert outback regions for a guaranteed sighting.
On Rottnest Island, discover an indigenous colony of quokkas.
These furry, kangaroo-like marsupials charm visitors with their friendly interaction and mischievous antics.
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