Geraldton in Western Australia is situated just over 400 kilometres north of the capital Perth. This coastal city with a population of almost 40,000 is part of Western Australia’s Coral Coast, and the main city in a sub-region called the Batavia Coast, which was named after an infamous shipwreck that occurred in the Abrolhos Islands,…

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The Karijini Experience is an annual cultural event that is held in Western Australia’s Karijini National Park each April. In the heart of the Pilbara, around 1400km from Perth and 80km north-east of Tom Price, the Karijini Experience gives visitors an opportunity to stay and camp in the park or to glamp it up at…

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Located just 3 kilometres from the town of Hyden, Wave Rock is a natural geological feature which does closely resemble a massive wave that is curling over getting ready to break. Hyden is 296 kilometres east of Perth, the capital of Western Australia, and is a small rural community with a population of slightly less than…

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  The new Peppers Kings Square Hotel has opened in Perth, capital of Western Australia. Peppers Kings Square Hotel is a new $40 million 120-room hotel that was was officially opened today by the Right Honourable, the Lord Mayor of Perth, Councillor Lisa Scaffidi, and heralds the arrival of the stylish and contemporary Peppers brand in Western…

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It is an eerie feeling to walk along a stream which runs through a cave, especially as it takes some effort to reach that cave.  Exploring Tunnel Creek, which is part of the oldest cave system in Western Australia, is well worth the effort, particularly as you traverse a Devonian Reef that is between 370…

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