Western Australia Sites to See , Attractions and Things To Do
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  • National Parks of Western Australia: Western Australia is a vast State covering 250 million hectares of some of the most ancient landscapes you'll find anywhere in the world: rugged gorges, tropical reefs, towering forests, woodlands, white beaches and 12,500 kilometres of coastline. Much of this land is national park land.
  • Rottnest Island: Rottnest is a popular day trip from Perth, there is plenty to see and do and visitors are treated to some of the most pristine bays and swimming beaches found anywhere in the world.
  • Shark Bay Marine Park: The many bays, inlets and islands in the Shark Bay region support a profusion of aquatic life. Turtles, whales, prawns, scallops, sea snakes, fish and sharks are common.
  • Shark Bay Tourism: Visitors are encouraged to look closely at Shark Bay's unusual natural beauty. Plan to spend time exploring the pristine bays, inlets and islands. Discover for yourself some of the rare plants, mammals and birds found only in Shark bay.
  • Swan Valley, Perth's Wine Country: Located just 20 minutes from the heart of Perth is the Swan Valley, Western Australia's oldest wine growing region. Nestled along the Swan River, the Swan Valley is a compact area of award-winning wineries, restaurants, galleries, accommodation venues and other tourist attractions, making it an ideal day trip destination for any visitor to Western Australia.

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