Live Work and Play Western Australia

 

Western Australia is around 2.5 million square kilometres which equals about one third of the entire country of Australia or about the size of Western Europe. It is hard to fathom its size which is why the size provides such diverse countryside. You will find vibrant cities, a world-famous wine area, a brilliant coastline and desert areas with natural wonders.

Perth is the capital of Western Australia and is a very good place to start your visit. From there you can head north to the Ningaloo Reef and swim with the whale sharks. Or perhaps head south and visit Fremantle and the world-famous Margaret River wine region. Maybe go East to the gold mining town of Kalgoorlie. There are plenty of things to see and do in Western Australia. Check out my map following (reproduced from my travel guide Live Work and Play in Australia) for some inspiration on how you can live work and play Western Australia.

 

Map Of Western Australia Showing Places To Visit.

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Meet the Quokkas of Rottnest Island

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Uluru Or Ayers Rock On A Bright Sunny Day With Blue Sky And Rock Is A Beautiful Red Surrounded By Desert Weed In The Northern Territory.
Golden Sandy Beach With Tall Buildings Along The Edge Of The Sand On The Gold Coast, Queensland.
Wave Rock Is A Natural Wonder In Western Australia. A Stone Carved Out By Wind And Rain To Look Like A Wave.
Sydney Opera House With Sydney Harbour Bridge Behind It On A Bright Sunny Day.
Three Bronze Pigs In Rundle Mall, Adelaide. One Looking In A Bin. One Sitting and One Standing.
Parliament House in Canberra from War Museum.
Port Arthur In Tasmania Is An Old Penal Colony. With Golden Sandstone Buildings.
Ned Kelly Statue At Glenrowan, Victoria.