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Western Australia

Adventure World - Adventure World is a theme park located near Perth. The park offers 30 different rides and attractions including water rafting, grand prix racing, rollercoasters, waterslides and lots more.

Albany - Albany is located 409 km South East of Perth on the South Coast of Western Australia overlooking the Southern Ocean. Albany is one of the States leading holiday centers. The harbors, rivers and estuaries provide excellent fishing and sailing, while spectacular coastal scenery, beaches and nearby National Parks provide a wide variety of activities for visitors.

The Berndt Museum of Anthropology - The Berndt Museum holds extensive collections of Australian Aboriginal art and Aboriginal cultural materials, as well as collections from Melanesia, Asia and South-East Asia.

Broome -   Broome is a tropical oasis nestled between the blue waters and white sandy beaches of the Indian Ocean and the red and green landscape of the Kimberley wilderness.

Fremantle Prison - The Fremantle Prison overlooks the port city of Fremantle.  The prison opened as a tourist attraction in January 1992 and has since won several major tourism awards.  Visitors to the Prison can take guided tours of the building or explore the grounds using audio handsets.

King's Park & Botanical Gardens - Kings Park and Botanic Garden comprises 400 ha, of which approximately 267 ha is bushland.  The park is unique because of its size, remnant bushland, cultural heritage and far ranging vistas.

Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort - The Monkey Mia Resort is located near the town of Denham.  Visitors can enjoy beaches, fishing, sailing, tours, cruises and excursions.  The resort is also famous for its Bottle Nosed Dolphins which swim into the clear shallows to delight visitors.

Virtual Guide to Western Australia - Stunning Virtual panorama's featuring tourist spots all over Western Australia from Esperance to Kununurra.

Perth Theatre Company - Perth Theatre Company’s mission is to lead Western Australian theatre in the creation of new, energetic, and adventurous theatre that challenges and excites audiences and creates new opportunities for WA artists.

Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts - PICA's mission is to support contemporary arts and cultural practices at the cutting edge. PICA is dedicated to the promotion and support of Australian contemporary art and artists through the pursuit of innovation and excellence. PICA's activities encompass year round exhibition and performing arts programs, workshops, symposia and artist in residence programs.

Perth Mint - The Perth Mint is Australia's oldest operating Mint, established in 1899 to mint gold sovereigns for the British Empire. The Mint  produces collector and investment coins for world markets. The Perth Mint is also producing and marketing the official coins and medals of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Visitors to the Perth Mint can see gold bars being made, see coins being manufactured, engrave their own medallions, or view exhibits which include a superb collection of natural gold nuggets and splendid coins representing 99 years of production.

Perth Observatory - The Perth observatory's mission is to conduct research in astronomy and to provide an astronomical information service to the state of Western Australia.

Scitech Discovery Center - Scitech is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to encouraging an awareness and enthusiasm for science and technology through displays, activities and shows. 

Underwater World - Located in Perth Australia Underwater World offers visitors the ability to explore the wonder of Western Australia's spectacular marine life.  Enjoy underwater viewing galleries featuring sharks, stingrays and other marine animals.

Discover Austalia - The site has links to accommodation and tourist attractions. Choose from swimming with dolphins, whale watching, golden beaches, towering karri forests, rugged coast lines, rolling green farmland.....and much more!

Whiteman Park - There is a wide range of attractions for visitors to enjoy 7 days a week including Caversham Wildlife Park, walk/bike paths, Whiteman Collection mini-museum, licensed cafe, BBQ's and picnic areas, pottery gallery, handcraft shop, shaded playgrounds, Children’s Forest, complimentary sports equipment hire, junior water play area and the second largest car museum in Australia, the Motor Museum of WA. In addition, there are a number of transport heritage themed attractions (including tram and train rides) that operate on the weekends and public holidays and a variety of family events that feature throughout the year including the popular summer bush dance program.