New South Wales Top Cities
Sydney
Newcastle
Central Coast
Wollongong
 
New South Wales Top Attractions
Sydney Opera House
Bondi Beach
Darling Harbour
Neds Beach
 
Victoria Top Cities
Melbourne
Geelong
Ballarat
Bendigo
 
Victoria Top Attractions
Great Ocean Road
Twelve Apostles
Penguin Parade
Phillip Island
 
South Australia Top Cities
Adelaide
Mount Gambier
Gawler
Whyalla
 
South Australia Top Attractions
Kangaroo Island
Adelaide Central Market
Barossa Valley
Troubridge Island
 
Queensland Top Cities
Brisbane
Gold Coast
Sunshine Coast
Ipswich
 
Queensland Top Attractions
Whitehaven Beach
Great Barrier Reef
Moore Reef
Whitsundays
 
Western Australia Top Cities
Perth
Mandurah
Bunbury
Geraldton
 
Western Australia Top Attractions
Lucky Bay
Shark Bay
Shell Beach
Kings Park
 
Tasmania Top Cities
Hobart
Launceston
Devonport
Burnie
 
Tasmania Top Attractions
Mount Wellington
Cradle Mountain
Mt Nelson Signal Station
Wineglass Bay
 
Australian Capital Territory Top Cities
Canberra
 
Australian Capital Territory Top Attractions
Parliament House
National Library of Australia
Floriade
Lake Burley Griffin
 
Northern Territory Top Cities
Darwin
Alice Springs
Katherine
Nhulunbuy
 
Northern Territory Top Attractions
Uluru
Kakadu National Park
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
Kata Tjuta

Western Australia

The Real Thing

Western Australia (West Australia, abbreviated as: WA) is located in the western part of Australia, bordering the Indian Ocean and covering the whole of Western Europe, accounting for 1 / 3 of Australia's total area. It is the largest state in Australia and its capital city is Perth..

Western Australia is rich in deserts and salt lakes, sparsely populated and rich in minerals, and remains pristine in the natural scenery and ecological environment of. Western Australia, one of Australia's richest states. It is one of Australia's most pristine natural landscapes and has the best taste of Australia, with (Purnululu National Park), the Honolulu National Park. Shark Bay (Shark Bay) and Nighgro Coast (Ningaloo Coast), three UNESCO-accredited World Natural Heritage sites, and New South Wales are among the largest in Australia.

The coastline of Western Australia, 12500 kilometers from north to south, is surrounded by the Indian Ocean and Southern Ocean. The economy is dominated by agriculture, animal husbandry and industry, and sheep farming is flourishing. Industry to machinery, metallurgy, shipbuilding, petroleum refining, food and wood processing and so on.

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