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    Introduction: From summer to winter, from north to south, and from high outcrops to deep river and stream valleys, the forests of Avon Valley Nation...
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    Introduction: Situated on the Vasse highway in Pemberton, Beedelup National Park is mostly karri forest, with some mixed forest and some areas of ja...
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    Brockman National Park The Pemberton Parks: The Pemberton area is famous for the beauty of its majestic karri forest. Brockman, Beedelup and Warre...
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    Cape Arid National Park a vast 279,415 hectares, is located on the southeast coast of Western Australia, 120 kilometres east of Esperance. Access t...
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    Introduction: "Worthless" was the opinion of early explorers of the area now in the Fitzgerald River National Park. Today, it is renowned for its di...
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    Cape Range National Park Situated mostly On the west side of North West Cape, the Cape Range National Park is a spectacular place of rugged limesto...
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    Gloucester National Park The Gloucester Tree, in Gloucester National Park, is probably Western Australia's most famous karri tree. This 60-metre-hi...
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    Introduction: John Forrest National Park is one of Australia's oldest conservation areas and Western Australia's first national park. The area w...
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    Kalbarri National Park is one of the most visited National parks in Western Australia covering over 186 000 hectares and only 6 hrs (590Ks)from Perth...
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    Kennedy Range National Park Just north of Gascoyne Junction, in the harsh and unforgiving interior of the State's north-west, lie the spectacular s...
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    Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park The Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park stretches for 120 kilometres along the coast between Cape Naturaliste (near...
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    Lesueur National Park The Mount Lesueur area's strikingly eroded laterite landscape was once dismissed as worthless scrubland, useless to farmers a...
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    Mount Augustus National Park Mount Augustus, or Burringurrah as it is known by the local Wadjari Aboriginal people, is about 850 kilometres from Pe...
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    Nambung National Park, situated approximately 245km north of Perth, is home to one of Australia's most unique and captivating landscapes - the Pinnacl...
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    Neerabup National Park As you travel north from Perth to Yanchep National Park you pass a long, thin, and seemingly ordinary, piece of Australian b...
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    Serpentine National Park Serpentine National Park, best known for the waterfall that cascades over a sheer granite face, abounds with the scenic be...
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    Perth is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia. It was founded on 12 June 1829 by Captain James. The city area is ...
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    The city has plenty of must see" attractions for the visitors like - √ Adventure World : - Experience the fun filled and exciting park, fea...
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    The classical concerts, ballet, traditional performances, blockbuster rock/pop concerts, cinema etc all the ingredients are perfect to make Perth a co...
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    Perth has a range of attractions and activities to enjoy from sight-seeing, wildlife up close, Aboriginal culture and dance, to aquatic fun and advent...
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