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Tour your way through WA

Travellers to Western Australia are spoilt for choice with what is on offer when exploring the region. Here are some of the top things to do when visiting Western Australia.  Latest updates for Shark Bay The World Heritage-listed Shark Bay region, located in WA’s Coral Coast – is renowned for its natural beauty, biological diversity and abundance of marine

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What’s on in Western Australia

It is Australia’s biggest state and with that comes a region with a diverse offering for any traveller. Seaplane adventures over Australia’s only horizontal waterfalls, Aboriginal cultural tours, Kimberley cruising and foodie walking tours are just some of WA’s award-winning tourism experiences. Here are just some of the new and exciting things to discover in the

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WA’s best wildflower season in a decade

The 2018 wildflower season is shaping up to be the best and biggest blooming display the Coral Coast region has seen in the past decade. Botanical experts from Perth’s Kings Park, in addition to wildflower enthusiasts residing in Western Australia’s Coral Coast region, have forecast the season will commence in early August with

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Discover the Best of Western Australia on an Escorted Tour

Discover Western Australia’s beautiful and diverse South West region and visit award winning wineries, stunning beaches, luscious forests and pastoral landscapes on SeaLink’s 10 Day South West Western Australia tour, departing 5 October 2018. The tour includes all accommodation, breakfast and dinner daily, activities, cruises and coach transfers and is escorted by well-known

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Western Australia is home to best mainland Aussie beach for 2018  

A hamlet beach neighbouring a pink lake on Western Australia’s Coral Coast has been ranked runner-up to the 2018 best beach in the country, and takes out best mainland beach in Australia. Horrocks Beach, approximately 485km north of Perth, was listed second on Brad Farmer’s list of Australia’s 101 Best Beaches

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