Western Australia is true frontier country.
It's huge, often hostile expanses of empty desert dwarf the sporadic clusters of population around the coast and fertile south - west.
In contrast to the capital, vast stretches of Western Australia are hot, barren and unpopulated. It's landscape is, nonetheless, full of senic surprises: weird rock formations, giant eucalypt forest, windswept coastlines and carpets of brilliantly coloured wildflowers.
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