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Western Australia Holiday Planner
Western Australia's Tourism Regions

From the ocean to the inland towns, Western Australia offers unique attractions and activities. You can choose to buzz around like a bee in a bottle or slow down and take time to smell the gum trees and Boronia, its up to you. In each of the following six tourism regions you will find a map, click on the blue town names for links to local websites, created by the people who really know their area.

Experiance Perth   Perth to Mandurah, from the Coast to the Hills
Australia's North West  The Pilbara and Kimberley regions
Australia's Golden Outback Esperance, Kalgoorlie, the Wheatbelt and the vast interior
Australia's South West  Bunbury, Albany, Margaret River and much more
Australia's Coral Coast  Cervantes to Exmouth including Ningaloo Reef
Australia's Indian Ocean Territories  Cocos (Keeling) Island and Christmas Island
Australia's North West Australia's Golden Outback Australia's South West Experience Perth Australia's Indian Ocean Territories Australia's Coral Coast WA Tourism Regions
Recommended Tourist Drives and Routes around WA 

Western Australia is the country's least populated state, but it's also its largest, making it home to many worthwhile excursions for your next holiday. With Australia timeshare on the Coral Coast, you'll enjoy the luxuries of a world-class resort coupled with the chance to swim with whale sharks (the world's largest fish), which can reach 13 meters in length - that's over 42 feet! Western Australia offers an authentic Australian experience and beckons you to return again and again. And when you buy timeshare, you can do just that without having to dig too deeply into your pockets

 

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