Just a few facts about Western Australia
Covering an area of over 2.5 million square km, with approximately 12,500 kilometers of pristine coastline, Western Australia is big; in fact we believe it is the largest state in the world.
There are eleven regions that make up WA: Perth and Fremantle, Esperance, Gascoyne, the Goldfields area, Great Southern, Heartlands, Kimberley, Mid West, Peel, Pilbara, and the South West.
Famous for itís wildflower display in spring there is much more for the first-timer, in a place where you can experience the most ancient landscapes found anywhere in the world. If youíre looking to really get away from the east coast then make this year the year to meet and greet our western cousins. The Indian Pacific train journey is an ideal and relaxed way to travel across our great continent.
Spectacular gorges, tropical reefs such as Ningaloo, towering forests, white beaches, a staircase to the moon, gold mines and much more. It also boasts 3,747 islands and flora that is unique to this state. Such is the allure, most visitors come back again and again.
Whilst there are many ways to get to WA, for both Australian and international visitors, the easiest way is to fly. The state's capital, Perth is your gateway to Western Australia, with international and regional flights arriving and departing from Perth Airport. Broome, in the state's North West region also has an international airport, providing your gateway to the spectacular Kimberley and North West.