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Western Australia is well known for long days of sunshine and stunning landscapes. When you visit don't miss the cruise down Perth's Swan River to Fremantle or the Swan Valley vineyards.

Why not stop at the wineries souranded by forests and surf in the Margaret River. Dive with the huge whale shark on Ningaloo Reef and feed wild bottlenose dolphins at Monkey Mia.

At Cable Beach you can ride a camel and four wheel drive along the Dampier Peninusla. Fly over the Bungle Bungle ranges and boat down huge, man-made Lake Argyle in Kununurra. Don't miss Western Australia's unique natural beauty.

When to visit:
Western Australia's north is best visited in the dry season (April – September) when temperatures are not as hot and road access is easier (many roads being closed in the wet). Western Australia's south is an all-year round destination.

Weather and Climate:
In tropical north the dry season (April – September) has long warm, sunny days while the wet season (October – March) is hot and humid with tropical storms. South, where Perth is, we have a warm and sunny climate with four distinct seasons.