Western Australia- The Spectacular Finale Frontier

Posted by Jeremy Storer on September 6, 2011

With its huge dimension occupying the one third of the continent, Western Australia considered as the finale frontier, which indeed is the spectacular finale offered by the country. The vast territory of Western Australia bordered by the Timor Sea in the north, the Indian Ocean in the south and west, South Australia state and the Northern Territory in the east. The modern city Perth, located on the Swan River is also the capital of the state and nearby the ocean beaches and the forested Darling Ranges.

While the up north promises many remarkable landscapes of Pinnacle Desert, Geraldton’s wildflowers, Batavia Coast and the natural wonders of the Shark Bay World-Heritage area, the Ningaloo Reef, the Pilbara’s iron ranges, and to the flaming red sunsets on Cable beach near the enigmatic town of Broome and the Kimberley, on the other hand southern part gives you a amazing beauty of the famous wildflower displays, the majestic karri forests, the Stirling and Porongurup ranges, the inland goldfields and the coastal national parks.