Western Australia spans over 2.5 million square kilometres (1 million square miles) - that's large by anyone's standards! When it is warm and dry in the north of the State, it is cool and wet in the south which means we have a huge variety of things for people to see and do.
There are vineyards producing some of the world's best wine in the south and the State boasts over 8000 species of incredible wildflowers - that's more than you'll find anywhere else on earth!
Bordered largely by desert to the east, WA is surrounded by 12,500 kilometres (7,814 miles) of the world's most pristine coastline to the west.
WA is adored for its brilliant blue skies, warm sunny climate and white sandy beaches. It is a land blessed with some of the world's most precious natural phenomena including the dolphins of Monkey Mia, our world famous Ningaloo Reef, the 350-million-old Bungle Bungle range, the Pinnacles, Wave Rock and the towering Karri forests of the South West.