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Alyka Admin | 24/07/2014 10:39:38 AM

With some of the most diverse landscape in the world, Western Australia combines the blue waters of an ocean with rugged, rocky terrain. Here, we take a look at two areas of this enormous state ...

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Liz Collins | 26/11/2014 11:59:25 AM

Western Australia holds some of the most striking rock formations in the world. Not only can you view this architecture of Mother Nature, you can get close enough to see every edge and feel the ...

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Liz Collins | 12/12/2014 10:38:34 AM

From the beautiful city of Perth to the stunning beaches of Broome, there is an abundance of activities on offer thanks to the wild but inviting open road up the west coast of Australia. If you@...

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Liz Collins | 12/12/2014 12:13:50 PM

It may be wild with long distances of remote land, but there@s no reason you can@t travel Western Australia safely. Not only is it more accessible than ever, you can see it responsibly and with car...

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Liz Collins | 12/03/2015 3:09:19 PM

While the rest of Australia may quieten down as we say goodbye to summer, there@s one outstanding location that awakens to welcome you to its rocky surface and rich, red exterior. Karijini is the g...

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Liz Collins | 15/05/2015 9:29:59 AM

Whale Sharks The biggest fish in the ocean, the Whale Shark may look intimidating, but it@s a gentle giant that you can snorkel alongside at ease. The most popular location to meet them is in the ...

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Liz Collins | 15/05/2015 10:16:07 AM

Ningaloo Whale Shark Festival @ Every year, the town of Exmouth marks the annual migration of the gentle whale shark. Taking place in May, the festival pays a focus to the importance of the whale...

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Liz Collins | 16/06/2015 9:51:33 AM

The diverse landscape of Western Australia is rich with opportunities to travel, the coast alone offering beaches, towns and villages to stop at and take in a view or walk on the golden sands. If y...

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Liz Collins | 16/06/2015 10:10:24 AM

You@ll find some of the best food in Western Australia. From the catch of the day to wine tastings and even fresh fruit and vegetables, you haven@t tasted food and drink until you@ve travelled arou...

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Liz Collins | 16/06/2015 10:29:17 AM

Camel Ride On Cable Beach Western Australia is blessed with some of the country@s most beautiful beaches, and the ones in Broome are a prime example. Cable Beach is the region@s most iconic beach,...

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Liz Collins | 23/06/2015 9:17:44 AM

Abseiling @ Kalbarri is so perfect for abseiling, it@s as if Mother Nature had this activity in mind when forming the rocky cliffs and gorges. With half-day and full-day tours available, you can ...

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Liz Collins | 23/06/2015 9:34:21 AM

Low Cost With the Australian dollar at less than half the British pound, it@s a lot cheaper to travel than it has been in recent years. This is especially kind to holiday-makers or visiting friend...

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Liz Collins | 16/09/2015 11:32:33 AM

1. Cable Beach Before leaving Broome, say goodbye to Cable Beach. However long you@ve been in this beachside town, chances are you@ll have fallen in love with the golden sands and even more golden...

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Liz Collins | 18/09/2015 2:19:42 PM

Apex Camp Jurien Set within the beautiful Jurien Bay, Apex Camp Jurien has cottages, units, campsites and dorm rooms. At $33 per night, the Manta Ray and Sealion dorms are also air-conditioned. Sh...

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Liz Collins | 12/10/2015 1:55:45 PM

Lucky Bay Of all the beaches in the Esperance area in south Western Australia, Lucky Bay comes narrowly on top. Blinding white sand, turquoise waters and excellent swimming conditions make it an a...

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Liz Collins | 11/01/2016 2:34:15 PM

Karijini National Park Here@s where you@ll find a world of activity and adventure when you travel Western Australia. Karijini National Park is the state@s natural amusement park with waterfalls, g...

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Liz Collins | 2/02/2016 10:18:47 AM

A laidback fishing village, Cervantes is just a short trip north from Perth along the Indian Ocean Drive. Besides the beaches, the highlight of Cervantes is without a doubt the Pinnacles. @ Myste...

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Liz Collins | 2/02/2016 10:36:52 AM

One of the most reliable places in the world to meet wild bottlenose dolphins, a visit to Monkey Mia is virtually guaranteed to deliver moments to remember. More than 800km northwest of Perth, it@s...

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Liz Collins | 11/02/2016 11:04:26 AM

Jurien Bay@s Marine Park is home to submerged reefs, shallow lagoons and gorgeous waters in different shades of blue that make it a hotbed for marine life. From western rock lobsters to sea lions a...

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Liz Collins | 9/03/2016 10:31:23 AM

With pearling history, Broome is vibrant with both history and culture. Here you can discover dinosaur footprints, head to Chinatown to shop for exquisite pearls or stroll along Cable Beach. Howev...

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Liz Collins | 9/03/2016 10:45:07 AM

If you are in Kalbarri, you can reach nearby walking trails, river cruises, abseiling and even quad biking @ this place really is an adventurer@s playground! Only a 6 hour and a half hours drive fr...

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Liz Collins | 15/04/2016 1:52:59 PM

Nestled in between a beautiful, wide and sweeping bay, Lancelin is a complete haven for both relaxation and exploring. @Lancelin is incredibly popular for the awesome rolling sand dunes and pictur...

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Liz Collins | 20/04/2016 2:21:49 PM

Soak up the scenery and take part in exhilarating activities amongst a dramatic backdrop of white beaches on Shark Bay, with an integrity coach lines hop-on hop-off pass. Shark Bay is a world heri...

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Liz Collins | 17/05/2016 11:38:34 AM

Step outside of Perth@and explore the capital of Western Australia@s Mid-West region - Geraldton! Also known as @Gero@ to the locals, Geraldton is bursting at the seams with history and is just wa...

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Liz Collins | 17/05/2016 11:52:24 AM

Discover the picturesque coastal town of Carnarvon, Western Australia with Integrity Coach Lines. @Carnarvon is based at the mouth of the Gascoyne River and has an obscure yet fascinating history ...

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Liz Collins | 17/05/2016 12:02:01 PM

Now that the baking hot weather is easing up, there@s never been a better time to head north from Perth to the gorgeous Karijini National Park. @ Spanning a whopping 627,422 hectares and sitting ...

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Liz Collins | 7/07/2016 11:13:54 AM

It@s that stunning time of year when the mammoth Whalesharks pass by Western Australia on their annual migration. @ From April - July each year, the enormous fish visit the shores off of Exmouth ...

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Liz Collins | 20/12/2016 10:01:32 AM

It@s not just endless dusty roads out in Western Australia. The vast expanse of desert landscape holds an enormity of things to offer the traveller who ventures into its outback to discover the tre...

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Liz Collins | 20/08/2016 10:10:47 AM

Escape to sunnier climes this winter with a trip up north from Perth to Shark Bay. @ Situated on the far western coast of Australia, Shark Bay World Heritage Area is actually made up of two bays ...

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Liz Collins | 20/08/2016 10:19:11 AM

From top to toe Western Australia is world renowned for its stunning coastline and fantastic surf. Whether you@re there already or planning a trip to the stunning state there@s so much to see and d...

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Liz Collins | 20/08/2016 10:28:18 AM

Winter presents the perfect opportunity to head up north on a road trip in Western Australia. But if you don@t fancy doing all that driving yourself whilst setting off from Perth, then you@ll be p...

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Liz Collins | 20/12/2016 10:49:04 AM

Western Australia is Australia@s largest State and is packed to the brim with adventure and excitements from the coast to the bush! Sprawling along most of Australia@s coastline it will come as ...

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Liz Collins | 20/09/2016 10:53:45 AM

It@s no secret that Western Australia hosts an unfathomable amount of coastline, so it can be tough where to choose to spend the bulk of your time whilst travelling in Western Australia. And if you...

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Liz Collins | 20/09/2016 11:29:15 AM

As Australia@s largest State, WA offers an enormous amount of diversity for any traveller. From the bustling city of Perth to the remote outback of the Kimberley Region the differences are almost i...

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Liz Collins | 20/12/2016 11:53:05 AM

So you@ve arrived in Perth and you@ve got several weeks ahead of you free to travel through Australia@s largest and most diverse State, however you, like most working holiday makers have the sinkin...

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Liz Collins | 28/03/2017 1:05:46 PM

Western Australia@s most northerly town, Broome is a stunning destination and layover before either heading south to Perth or across to Darwin.@ The northern town is famous for its endless skie...

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Liz Collins | 28/03/2017 1:26:43 PM

Australia@s West Coast has just as much to offer as the more frequented East Coast including reefs, rocks, and endless beaches. Here we take a look at the top 5 things to see and places to visit al...

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Liz Collins | 28/03/2017 1:30:33 PM

If you@re planning any travels through Western Australia over the coming months then you@ll be pleased to know that thanks to WA@s temperate climate, you can still catch a few rays if you head n...

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Liz Collins | 28/03/2017 1:37:35 PM

So you@ve arrived in the sunny land of Exmouth, Western Australia and you@re wondering what to do with your time here. Fear not as we@ve rounded up the top 5 things to do in Exmouth to make the mos...

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Liz Collins | 7/01/2017 11:30:36 AM

So you@re ready to get moving? And no doubt with slight apprehension. You@ll likely be exploring the possibilities of where it is you wish to be headed and how it is you wish to get there. Wes...

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Liz Collins | 9/01/2017 11:44:58 AM

Australia@s West Coast has just as much to offer as the more frequented East Coast including reefs, rocks, and endless beaches. If you@ve come to Australia@s west coast to explore, make sure to tak...

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Liz Collins | 9/01/2017 12:03:00 PM

Located 2,240 kilometres from Perth, Broome makes for an ideal destination if you@re on a tour up the west coast. If you don@t know why this town is so special, here are just a few things that set ...

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Liz Collins | 10/10/2017 12:48:16 PM

One of the best places in the world to get up close with bottlenose dolphins, Monkey Mia is a tropical paradise perfect for any animal lover. Visit from Perth 800km away and spend your time ther...

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Liz Collins | 10/10/2017 1:10:40 PM

With Western Australia expanding a land mass around the size as half of Europe, it can be a daunting task to plan, save and actually explore the staggering coastline of @WA. Those with lighter pock...

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Liz Collins | 12/06/2018 10:30:51 AM

Monkey Mia truly is a must-see destination on your West Coast Adventure. After travelling to the stunning Monkey Mia, selecting a accommodation that will compliment your experience is essentia...

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Liz Collins | 12/06/2018 10:46:10 AM

If you are considering visiting one of the world@s most amazing attractions; Monkey Mia, then pause no longer. This place will not fail to keep you entertained and will keep you busy lifting your j...

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Liz Collins | 12/06/2018 11:52:21 AM

So you@re planning your trip along the epic Western Australia Coastline, well did you know there@s more to do than riding camels on a beach, feeding dolphins and swimming with Whale Sharks? Th...

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Liz Collins | 12/06/2018 12:07:32 PM

W.A. has one of the most stunning and unique coastlines and collections of National Parks in the world. We live here and get to take people to visit these destinations every day so we may be a bit ...

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