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With a landmass of 7,617,930 square kilometres and 34,218 kilometres of coastline, Australia is the world’s smallest, flattest & driest inhabited continent. It boasts 17 World Heritage Sites, the world's largest coral reef and the world's largest monolith. So, if that isn’t enough to take your breath away, take time to search through this site to explore and enjoy the best of our natural, cultural and spiritual wonders... that is God’s Country.

 

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The Australian Government, with the support of the Government of Western Australia, is preparing a nomination for Ningaloo Coast to be inscribed on the World Heritage List.

The land and waters of the Ningaloo Coast are a globally unique place. The waters contain one of the best developed fringing reefs in the world, a continuous series of more than 200 kilometres of spectacular wave-swept ramparts off a rugged limestone peninsula. More...

 

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Photo of the weekThe Famous 140-year-old Busselton Jetty, is the longest wooden jetty/pier (measured at 1841 metres) in the southern hemisphere and today is one of Australia's most unique eco-tourism sites. The most popular tourist attraction in the SW region of WA it attracts over 400,000 visitors a year. More...