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Make the local Visitor Centre your first port of call as you travel around Western Australia.

WA
VISITOR CENTRE
They offer a one stop shop of information, provided by local experts. Stock up on maps, get some ideas on the best things to see and do, or book a tour or accommodation.
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CENTRES
Visitor Centres
Make the local Visitor Centre your first port of call as you travel around Western Australia.
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More Travel Information

Travel to WA
Travel to WA
Western Australia is easily accessible by land, sea and air. The State's capital, Perth, is Australia's western gateway.

Travel around WA
Travel around WA
You’ll find it really easy to travel around WA’s five extraordinary regions – Take a drive, tour, coach, train or flight.

Mobile App
Mobile App
Tourism Western Australia has launched a new smartphone application for WA. The free application will list thousands of places to see, explore, eat, drink and stay all at your fingertips.

Map of WA
Map of WA
Plan your Western Australian holiday with Google maps showing WA accommodation, attractions and more.

Travel Tips
Travel Tips
This section features simple tips and background information to help you make the most of your holiday in Western Australia.

School & Public Holidays
School & Public Holidays
WA school and public holidays mostly commemorate landmark Australian historic events, or religious celebrations, with an average of ten public holidays per year.

Working Holidays
Working Holidays
An Australian working holiday offers sun, adventure, an awesome natural environment and friendly people. Nowhere else in the world can you experience and interact with such unique natural attractions.