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WA Travel Guide
Western Australia is one of the oldest, most diverse and sparsely populated landscapes in the world. The state covers almost one-third the size of the USA and all of Western Europe, shared amongst a population of 2.6 million. If you like your own space, there’s plenty of it to go around. Each region and town has its own character. From rodeos, cattle farms, crocodiles, cray fishermen and ancient rock art in the north, to stunning beaches, world-class wineries and restaurants in the south.