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Western Australia Accommodation

Western Australia provides an abundance of attractions and experiences that can be enjoyed by staying at any of the 45 member's properties we provide.

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The state of Western Australia is BIG. Whilst WA covers one third of Australia's mainland, it only has a population of around 2 million people. You will find the Western Australian locals more than welcoming, they are renowned for their laid back and friendly attitude. WA is the destination for all seasons. Discover beaches with perfect white sand and turquoise water, surf the big waves, feed dolphins at the waters edge and swim amongst unspoilt coral reefs that are only a step from the beach. Take your camera as you view the amazing mass of wildflowers, wind your way through the tall timber forests or be amazed at the endless stretches of nothingness in the Nullarbor. Watch pearl farmers at work, take to the air to see amazing landforms, enjoy a glass of local wine or just simply relax. There's a bit of everything in WA.

Main Attractions and Annual Events
Watch the fishing boats come in at Fremantle Harbour
See the amazing acrobatics of the Red Bull Air Race
Catch a ferry to the zoo
Have a surf followed by a glass (or two) of wine at a winery in Margaret River
Walk amongst the tall timber trees in Pemberton
Visit the isolated and pristine beaches of Esperance's Cape Le Grande
Be in awe at the size of Kalgoorlie's super pit
Join in a wine tasting in the Swan Valley
Fly over the breathtaking Purnululu (Bungle Bungles) National Park
Swim with manta rays in Ningaloo Reef
Take a camel ride on Cable Beach, Broome
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The large state of WA has a range of climatic zones. Tropical in the north and temperate in the south. The capital city Perth has more hours of sunshine than any other city in Australia. It has a Mediterranean climate. Summer, from December to February, is warm, sunny and dry, while winter, June to August, is wet and mild. The northern parts of the state have a dry season from April to September , with temperatures ranging from 24 - 34 degrees. The wet season (October to March) sees amazing tropical thunderstorms highlight the landscape. Temperatures are in the mid to high 30s with high humidity.
GMT +8 (GMT +9 from last Sunday in October to last Sunday in March).
The area code for Western Australia is (0)8.
Arriving by Air
Perth International Airport (PER) is located 12 kms from the city centre. Transfer between terminals: A bus service links the international and domestic terminals daily.
Transfer to the city: An Airport-City Shuttle runs from the domestic and international airports to city centre acccommodation. There are also regular shuttle services to Fremantle and Scarborough, plus public transport options to the city. Taxis are available outside both the Domestic and International terminals. Website: www.perthairport.net.au
Regional airports servicing small country towns are also dotted across the state.

Public Transport for Getting Around Perth and Regional Western Australia

Transperth operates Perth's buses, trains and ferries. A single ticket covers travel on all three services. Free CAT buses operate within the city area.
TransWA operates regional train and bus services throughout Western Australia.

Travel Information For Western Australia