Western Australia Travel Guide
Western Australia, the largest of the states, offers a huge choice to the visitor. From lush vineyards to deserts, from the depths of the ocean to the white sand beaches, the territory is known justifiably as the 'Sunshine State'. Perth, the sunniest city in the world, is close to the vineyards of Margaret River and the beautiful Rottnest Island, while further afield are the unmissable attractions of the Pinnacles Desert and Ningaloo reef. It is no coincidence that Western Australia is the fastest growing section of the Australian tourist offer.
Hot summers (December-February) and fairly mild winters (June-August). Northern part of the territory is tropical and the south is subtropical to temperate. Rainfall varies from area to area.