Western Australia is located on the Indian Ocean and its nearest neighbors are Northern Territory and South Australia. The
state covers 965,000 square miles and three Texas' could fit within its boundaries. Its capital is Perth and there are 2 million people in the state - 1.6 million of those are in Perth!
The state is known for its white sand beaches, ancient forests, pastureland, wildflowers, a reef that rivals the Great Barrier Reef, desert terrain, wine tasting, pearls, whale watching,
bottle-nosed dolphins, whale sharks, gold mining, diamonds, historic towns and a wonderful outback. The capital is Perth, and other interesting towns and areas are Fremantle,
Kalgoorlie, Geraldton, Carnarvon, Exmouth and Ningaloo Reef, Broome, Derby and Margaret River. It is also the home to the Kimberley and the Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungle
Range). Click on the buttons above to discover this vast and interesting state