Western Australia's hidden highlightsPosted on: 25 January 2010 by Mark O'haire
Western Australia is Australia’s largest and most extraordinary state, where 12,500km of pristine white beaches contrast with the deep red of ancient rock formations and the lush greenery of the stunning southern regions.
Perhaps due to its distance from Australia's more metropolitan east coast, Western Australia is sometimes overlooked by international visitors, meaning you could have it all to yourself!
So, ever wondered what happened to the authentic Australia? The Australia where the trees weren't part of a 'landscaping design'. Where the only things colouring the water were fish. Where it was harder to find a noisy spot than a quiet one.
It can still be found in Western Australia - unspoilt beaches, amazing scenery, big blue skies and friendly faces.
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