Last updated on August 10th, 2017 at 02:37 am
Western Australia is the is the largest state on the whole Australian continent occupying one third of its entire area even though it is so sparsely populated that it has only about 2.6 million inhabitants.
Western Australia was first explored by Dutch in 1616 and the first settlement in York was established in 1831.
Is due to its isolated location and vast area one of the less discovered and visited by tourists.
Nevertheless, this part of Australia has some of the most unique and interesting highlights.
Perth as a capital (the most isolated capital city in the world) and neighbouring Fremantle are liveable, cosmopolitan cities with laid-back atmosphere, stunning beaches and plenty of cultural activities.
Karijini National Park on the very north is offering pure nature wonderland including waterfalls, breathtaking gorges and wide spectrum of rare fauna and flora.
Coastline around the Kimberley area offers the purest outback atmosphere and indigenous culture.
Some of the fascinating places are also the Pinnacles Desert with monumental rock formations and history which is dated million years back, the world’s largest outdoor gallery on the white salt bed of Ballard Lake, Esperance town with turquoise waters and white sandy beaches or the pink colour of saline Hillier Lake.
Culture-wise, WA is home to Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts which is Australia’s leading performance training organisation.