Western Australia is Australia's largest state, and the home to many resources. No matter which direction you head, you will find something new. One minute you are in lush forests, then next you could be in the middle of nowhere.
Perth is the capital city of Western Australia (WA), and is the most isolated capital city in the world.
Perth is the sunniest capital city in the world, with an average of 8 hours per day sunshine for 365 days of the year. Perth is nestled next to the Swan River and Kings Park, which is the largest inner city park in the world, even larger that Central Park in New York City.
Western Australia is abundant with uniqueness. Head north of Perth and you will see some of the most inpiring landscapes in the world. It also boasts the largest fish in the world, the Whale Shark, which attracts many tourists and researchers for the experience of swimming with them. Head south of Perth and you will find some of the best wines and some of the top surfing waves in the world. Inland you will find the largest shire with the least people, the biggest open cut mining in the world, and maybe find some gold nuggets in the process.
Western Australia (WA) is Australia's largest state, an inpsiring landscape that covers 2 million square kilometres. Western Australia is blessed with a glorious climate, spectacular scenery, supurb beaches, fascinating wildlife, world class gold courses, world class wines and gold plate dining. Western Australia is an artists dream palette, covering an array of colours in the landscape that change at all times of the day.