In Western Australia you can dive on coral reefs, fish for Barramundi, Mangrove Jack and Spanish Mackerel, dine on mud crabs and juicy oysters, drink superb wines, sleep under a canopy of stars in the desert or explore the gorges and wilderness areas. Perth, Western Australia’s capital, sits beside the Swan River, as does the Port City of Fremantle, at the mouth of the Swan. Perth and surrounds has beautiful beaches, plenty of nightlife, bustling markets, inner city parks, outdoor dining and amazing marine adventures and a wonderful warm climate. And Fremantle, one of the world’s best preserved 19th Century cities is a few minutes north of the expansive ship and superyacht construction capability at the Australian Marine Complex
Far North Western Australia features rugged ranges with spectacular gorges, mighty river systems, thundering waterfalls and vast plain surrounded by the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, plus an astonishing variety of wildlife including crocodiles, sharks & giant turtles and manta rays, birdlife and plant species. The Kimberley is famous for its rugged and picturesque gorges and pristine beaches and waterways as applied to canvas by Aboriginal artists for the last 40,000 years.
Swim at Emma Gorge in El Questro Wilderness Parks see 800,000 migratory birds (more than 100 species) crowd the mudflats of Roebuck ay, the pearling port of Broome, spectacular Cable Beach, the Windjana and Geikie Gorges and Tunnel Creek. Swim with whale sharks the world’s largest fish at Exmouth and fish the bountiful Indian Ocean.
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