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Western Australia

The Dutch sailor Willem de Vlamingh sailed along the Northcoast in 1697. He named the Swan River after the black swans, which he saw there. Captain James Stirling founded Perth on the 1st of June 1820.  The arera was then called the Swan River Colony.  

Western Australia is 2.5 million square km large and covers approx. a third of the continent.

Western Australia spans more than 2400 km from South to North. The attractions worth seeing are the region around Perth with the Swan River, the Wave Rock in Hyden, the Kimberley’s in the North and Shark Bay. In Monkey Mia you can come very close to dolphins and might be able to feed them.


Albany is located directly on the shore in the south of Western Australia. Surrounded by national parks and overlooking the Indian Ocean, Albany...


Western Australia’s Geraldton is amongst other a fisherman’s paradise located on the shore. The pretty town’s charming centre...

Monkey Mia

The Monkey Mia Beach Resort is directly located on the snow white beaches of Shark Bay, Western Australia. Here you can watch one of the...


Perth, the capital city of Western Australia is situated on the continent's southwestern shore. Directly on the beach amidst vineyards and a...

Port Hedland

There is steel in Port Hedland. Due to the favourable location on the shore of Western Australia the produced steel can directly be loaded and...

Ningaloo Reef

The Ningaloo Reef is about 300 km long. Here you can see plenty of whales, dolphins, see cows, Mantra Rays, huge Kabelau fish and sharks. The reef...


Melbourne Cup Timetable 2009
Melbourne Cup Timetable. The Melbourne Cup 2009 is held at 3. November 2009. Find the Timetable for all races here.
Melbourne Cup 2008
The Melbourne Cup is the most important Australian thoroughbred horse racing. In 2008 the Emirates Melbourne Cup 2008 takes place at 4.11.2008 at 15:00 local time in Melbourne.
Russian flag on Mount Kosciuszko
Russian climber Alexey Kuzminykh and his team of alpinists reached Australia's highest mountain peak, Mt. Kosciuszko at 2228 m, where the Sochi 2014 flag now flies.