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WESTERN AUSTRALIA

TRAVEL GUIDE

THE BEST TIMES TO VISIT WA

February - Take in the culture at the Perth International Arts Festival 

March - Take a break from the wineries to check out the top pro surfer at the Margaret River Masters

August - Take in an Opera under the stars in Broome

November - Indulge your senses at Gourmet Escape in Margaret River 

For water lovers head to the coral coast for the following natural highlights:

All year  Manta rays are present year round however numbers increase dramatically from May to November

November - March Three endangered species of turtle nestle and hatch amongst the dunes

March - 7 days after the full moon prompts coral spawning

Mid March - July Experience swimming with the worlds largest fish, the whale shark

June - November Humpback whales come to breed

Top 10 things to do in WESTERN AUSTRALIA
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