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West Australian Tourism & Accommodation Guide

The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world's great long distance walk trails, stretching uninterrupted through the heart of the scenic South West of Western Australia almost 1000kms (over 600 miles) from the Perth Hills to Albany on the South Coast.

Western Australia is a wonderfully varied state, covering almost one third of the Australian continent from the tropical north through the hot sandy interior to the temperate south, and providing access to a vast range of environments and exciting experiences.

Whether your preference is an adventure holiday in a remote tropical location, a farm stay in a rural community, a sun, sand and surfing holiday, ocean or river fishing for the big catch, prospecting for gold in the goldfields, exploring the southern forests, or experiencing city life in Perth and Fremantle, you can enjoy experiences which you will remember for a lifetime.

In the north of the state is the Kimberley region, which is hot, rugged and sparsely populated, and is famous for cattle stations that are larger than some countries. In the center of the state are the Pilbara and Gascoyne regions which consist mostly of arid and unpopulated country, except for the increasing resource mining activity which is driving unprecedented economic growth within the state.

The south west of Western Australia is temperate, supporting huge deep forests and lush green farmland, though the country becomes increasingly arid toward the south eastern areas.

Western Australia is approximately 1 million square miles in area, with a population of only 2 million inhabitants.

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