**About Western Australia
**Western Australia, the largest state in Australia located in the western half of the country, is divided into five distinct regions: Australia's North West, Australia's Coral Coast, The Golden Outback, Experience Perth, and Australia's South West. Travelers can truly "experience extraordinary" when exploring the region's many natural wonders, which can only be found in Western Australia. The North West is home to spectacular natural attractions, including the Bungle Bungle Range in World Heritage Listed Purnululu National Park, the world's only Horizontal Waterfall, the famed white sands and turquoise water at Broome's Cable Beach, and the million acre El Questro Wilderness Park. Travelers to the Coral Coast can dive with the world's largest fish - the whale shark, snorkel with manta rays, see wild dolphins at play, and explore Ningaloo Reef-the world's largest fringing reef. Australia's Golden Outback, the Gold Rush country of the 1890's, offers the ideal blend of history and heritage. Travelers can explore mines and museums, pan for gold, or visit one of Kalgoorlie's historic pubs. In spring, travelers to Australia's Golden Outback can see the largest collection of wildflowers on earth in bloom. Western Australia's capital city, Perth, and the surrounding region is a microcosm of the whole state, boasting vineyards, fantastic restaurants, a lively and original music and arts scene, and stylish accommodation. Perth is also home to Kings Park, the world's largest inner city park. Featuring beautiful beaches, tall tree forests, and award winning wineries, the South West is also home to the Margaret River region, which produces almost 20% of Australia's premium wine. With over 220 wine producers in the region, travelers can explore more than 100 cellar doors, which are open to the public. For more information on the extraordinary experiences in Western Australia, please visit: www.westernaustralia.com.