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Western Australia

Western Australia is 's largest state by land area, making up the western third of the continent. It is the world's second largest sub-national entity, after the in .
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is the capital and largest city of .

is a small town built on big dreams. In a remote corner of the vast Kimberley region …

Perth is the central business district in , but there are plenty of other things to see than just tall buildings and busy men in suits.

is a port on the western coast of , facing out into the Indian Ocean.

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The northernmost region of is called the .

is a region of . It offers some of the most varied travel experiences in Western Australia.

The region is more than 136,000 square kilometres large and located in the extreme western coastal region of .

is a region of . Many visitors can choose to drive hastily through the region from Perth to the and the Nullarbor or vice versa, but this region has a range of highlights of its own.

The diverse region covers almost 470,000 square kilometres of central .

The region covers more than 505,000 square kilometres of .

Western Australia

  • Location: ,
  • Population: 2,470,000
  • Abbreviation: WA
  • Latitude of center: -25° or 25° south
  • Longitude of center: 122° or 122° east
  • Elevation: 536 meters (1759 feet)
  • Neighbors: and
  • GeoNames ID: 2058645

Other Names for Western Australia

Tourists don't know where they've been, travelers don't know where they're going.

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