Western Australia Sites to See , Attractions and Things To Do
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  • Eco Beach: Escape to one of the world's most remote holiday destinations. 130 kilometre's by road south from Broome on the rugged nor' west coast of Western Australia, Eco Beach feels completely removed from civilisation.
  • Fitzroy Crossing & Halls Creek: Boat tours during the dry season along the Fitzroy River show off the sheer yellow, ochre and grey gorge walls. The gorge is 14 kilometres long and the limestone cliffs tower 30 metres high. You may well see sharks, stingrays and sawfish far from the ocean they inhabited millions of years ago, as well as crocodiles and a wealth of birdlife - and of course the magnificent gorge itself.
  • Kalamunda and Districts: Only 30 minutes drive from the centre of Perth, you will discover the magic of Kalamunda set among the wildflowers and rocky outcrops of the Darling Escarpment, with views accross the coastal plain to the sparkling Indian Ocean. Tree covered valleys rolling eastward delight at every turn of the undulating roads.
  • Kununurra: Nine hundred and seventy seven kilometres north-east of Broome and 3,300 kilometres from Perth via the North West Coastal and the Great Northern Highways, lies the town of Kununurra.

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