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Link Policy
Link Policy
Want to get more traffic to your tourism business or community website   hear about our link policy. If this sounds like an offer too good to be true, then please see link policy explained to understand how it works.

All you have to do is to provide a link to from a reasonably visible page of your site using the following. If the logo doesn’t fit your format, it is not essential to use it, even the text is negotiable. If  you think that a sub page of our site is more relevant to visitors to your site then please feel free to link to that page, with suitable text .  If you do not wish to provide a link to this site you can still be listed on all relevant pages for just $150.00 per year. In keeping with Google policy, all future paid links will be configured as "no follow"


Link Policy

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Links are available for multiple relevant categories for the one low price.  On most pages, we add the links in the order they are received, so don’t delay. Locally owned and operated businesses will be added first.
Email your web address to with and a few motivational words we can include with your link.

Here is a quote from TWA In-Touch, Issue 221 - Tourism Western Australia research shows that visitors to Western Australia believe it offers a variety of unique, natural experiences in an unspoilt, pristine environment. WA is renowned for its relaxed, laid back lifestyle and its friendly down to earth locals. Our visitors often comment that WA offers the authentic Australian experience – the Australia they expected and hoped to see. Research has indicated that many travellers believe tourism spots in Australia have become overcrowded and overcommercialised. There is also a growing sense of nostalgia for the Australia that existed before the development and commercialisation of recent years.  

At Western Tourist Radio, we are committed to helping people travelling the State to discover all there is to know about WA, including the small uncrowded and less commercial businesses that can’t justify being on all the other tourism websites.  

We also operate a small tourism business, Boronia Farm Farmstay at Donnybrook, so we know, first hand, the importance of attracting visitors. The Internet provides a fantastic opportunity for tourism businesses to work together to promote all areas of Western Australia .

Small businesses used to swap brochures; this site is the electronic equivalent. Swapping links is based on trust and monitored regularly. If you remove our link from your page, your link on our page will be removed permanently.  

Links on our Accommodation and Things To Do pages are listed in the following order:

First, where applicable, we link to the local visitor information centre and/or the local Chamber of Commerce in recognition of the important service they provide to visitors and local communities. If you would like your town added to our WA Holiday Planner, please see our Town Page Information.  

Second, we link to businesses that take paid advertising on our various radio services. Our rates are much less than other tourism outlets.  

Third, we link to accommodation providers that make our local program available on a channel of their TV system. Hotels using our service report visitors extending their stay to visit the attractions on the program. For more information about accessing this Free To Air Service please see Visitor Information Channel.  

Fourth, we link to the website of any relevant tourism business that will exchange links to our site.

Fifth, we link to sites that contain interesting information, although we may not have exchanged links.  

Links are added in the order received so the sooner you exchange links with this site, the higher you will be on the list.  

Don’t delay, do it today.


If you wish to list your business or community group on this website please see our Link Policy