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West-Australia er en av landets seks delstater, og den største. Antall innbyggere ca. 2.2 mill.  Hovedstaten og den største byen  i delstaten er Perth. Vest-Australia ble etablert i 1829 som en britisk koloni, kjent som Swan River Colony, av Kaptein James Stirling. Det vokste veldig sakte fram til oppdagelsen av gull i regionen Kalgoorlie i 1890-årene.



I 1890 ble det gitt selvstyre av den britiske kronen under "Constitution Act 1889", med Sir John Forrest som første Premier. I 1901, ble det en av de seks landene i den australske føderasjonen.

West Australia er kjent for blant annet vin-distriktet Margaret River. Delstaten er også populær med bl.a. ved at mange turister reiser hit hvert år for å prøve den populære vinsmakingen, surfing i Yallingup, grottevandring og de mange andre attraksjonene delstaten kan tilby.


Du kan også lese her hva som skrives på Wikipedia om alle byene i Vest Australia:


Perth / Albany / Bunbury / Geraldton / Fremantle / Kalgoorlie / Mandurah / Port Hedland






West Australia info. (Engelsk)


Western Australia is famous for long days of sunshine and diverse landscapes and climates. Cruise down Perth’s Swan River to Fremantle or the Swan Valley vineyards. Or visit wineries fringed by tall forests and crashing surf in the Margaret River. Dive with the huge whale shark on Ningaloo Reef and feed wild bottlenose dolphins at Monkey Mia. Ride a camel down Broome’s Cable Beach at sunset and four wheel drive along the remote, beautiful Dampier Peninusla. Fly over the Bungle Bungle ranges and boat down huge, man-made Lake Argyle in Kununurra. Get gold rush fever in Kalgoorlie or swim from the snow-white beaches of Esperance.  Don’t miss Western Australia’s huge spaces and unique natural beauty.



Perth and surrounds

Swan River, Perth, WA

Swan River, Perth

Cruise the Swan River past parks and skyscrapers to 40 vineyards in the Swan Valley or the Perth Zoo. Visit Rottnest Island, where you can explore history, bike ride to secret beaches and kayak to secluded bays. Feast on seafood and soak up the carnival atmosphere in historic Fremantle. Discover the lookouts, landscaped gardens and Aboriginal heritage of huge Kings Park. Swim, surf, fish, windsurf and sail on clean and uncrowded beaches such as 

Cottlesloe or Scarborough. Then skip between the sunny boardwalks, beaches and marinas of the Sunset Coast.


Coral Coast

Ningaloo Reef, WA,

Ningaloo Reef

This coastal paradise stretches from Cervantes and the moonscape Pinnacles Desert in the south to Exmouth and Ningaloo Reef in the north.  Bushwalk past gorges, cliffs, winding river and white beaches in Kalbarri National Park. Four wheel drive in Cape Range National Park, where spectacular gorges, carved by ancient rivers, meet Ningaloo’s coral reefs, clear blue seas and sandy beaches. Swim with the docile whale sharks, the world’s largest fish, at Ningaloo Reef between April and June.

In the Shark Bay World Heritage Area you can feed wild bottlenose dolphins at Monkey Mia and get up close to sea lions, manta rays, dugongs and humpback whales.


Golden Outback

Gascoyne Murchison outback, WA

Gascoyne Murchison

Tackle adventure on the rich red earth of the Gascoyne Murchison outback. Discover the national parks and snow-white beaches of Esperance and the South Coast.  See the rugged outback come alive with the colour of wildflowers in winter and early spring. Learn about the Aboriginal history of Mount Augustus and the Kennedy Range. Escape to the Wheatbelt’s small, friendly towns and geological wonders such as Wave Rock. 

Head to Kalgoorlie and the goldfields for goldrush history and unique flora and fauna. From the sparkling Southern Ocean to Western Australia’s red outback heart, you won’t forget these diverse and theatrical landscapes.


North West

Cable Beach, Broome, WA

Cable Beach, Broome

Ride a camel on Broome’s breathtaking Cable Beach and see dinosaur footprints preserved in rock. Four wheel drive the red-dirt road from Broome along the Dampier Peninsula, where you can stay in an Aboriginal wilderness camp and see the church with a mother-of-pearl altar.  Further north in Derby, watch the sun set over the King Sound and fly over the Horizontal Waterfalls on the islands of Buccaneer Archipelago.

From Kununurra, you can explore the beehive-shaped domes of the Bungle Bungle Range and boat down the Ord River and vast Lake Argyle. Get up close to a huge treasure trove of ancient Aboriginal rock on the Burrup Peninsula, near Dampier. Further south, don’t miss the spectacular red gorges, waterfalls and emerald swimming holes of Karijini National Park.


South West

Margaret River, WA

Margaret River

Dive the Southern Hemisphere’s largest accessible dive wreck – the HMAS Swan – from Dunsborough. Visit world-class wineries, swim in the crystal-clear waters of Bunker and ride the waves of Surfers Point in the lush Margaret River region.  Here you can canoe through sun-speckled woodlands and relax on 75 spellbinding beaches.  See fossils in Mammoth Caves, mirrored underwater lakes in Lake Cave and straw stalactites in Jewel Cave.

Follow a fairytale drive through towering karri forests to Hamelin Bay, where you can snorkel with stingrays and walk the idyllic sands of Boranup Beach. Visit romantic Augusta, where lighthouse-tipped Cape Leeuwin parts the Indian and Southern Oceans. Swim with dolphins in Mandurah and Bunbury and spot whales from the towns of Augusta, Albany and Dunsborough from June to October.










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