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Experience Perth
Experience Perth

This region is all within an easy day trip from Perth, the fresh, cosmopolitan city on the Swan River. The river and the Indian Ocean support all manner of water sports, and the beaches are terrific. The Sunset Coast extends from Cottesloe to Guilderton and features several glorious beaches as well as hinterland attractions. The historic port town Fremantle features the famous cappuccino strip, and the brand new Maritime Museum. Just out to sea are Rottnest Islands idyllic bays and unspoiled beaches. Southwards along teh Albany Highway you will find Armadale, while on the coast, Mandurah buzzes with sunny good times, including swimming with dolphins to visiting the wineries of the Peel Wine Region . To the east, the Perth Hills Kalamunda,  the Swan Valley and Chittering Valley offer absorbing history and superb wines. Further East is the historic town of York.  In the north,  Lancelin promises quiet, pristine coastline, plus fishing, and more active pursuits like windsurfing while New Norcia, Australia's only monastic town. You can stay at one of the many high class hotels or at some Special Interest Accommodation from  B&B or Farmstays to Golf venues, Pet Friendly properties and many more. The official website for the region is at Experience Perth .

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