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Occupational Therapy Australia 27th National Conference and Exhibition 2017

Discover Western Australia

Consider extending your stay in Western Australia to discover what else it has to offer.

Australia’s South West

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Here, you’ll find world-class food and wine, beautiful beaches, surfing, cave systems, tall tree forests, whale-watching, wildflowers and one of the world’s most famous wine regions, Margaret River - 
home to more than 220 wine producers and 100 cellar doors. As one of only 34 bio-diversity hotspots in the world, the South West has thousands of plant species that are found nowhere else on Earth.


Australia’s North West

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A billion years in the making, the North West is one of the world’s last true wilderness areas. Here, you’ll find ancient gorges of Karijini National Park and the world’s only Staircase to the Moon and Horizontal Falls. It’s also where you’ll locate one of the best kept secrets on earth – the Bungle Bungle Range in World-Heritage listed Purnululu National Park


Australia’s Golden Outback

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Explore historic townships, scenes of spectacular desert wilderness, outback characters, gold rush history and the pristine beaches of the Southern Ocean. The region is home to the world’s largest outdoor gallery at Lake Ballard and one of Australia’s whitest beaches, Lucky Bay at Cape Le Grand National Park.


Australia’s Coral Coast

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Home to awesome marine life, endless white sandy beaches and warm, turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean this region also boasts two World Heritage listed sites - Ningaloo Reef and Shark Bay. The 
underwater playground of Ningaloo Reef is just a short paddle from the beach. Come mid-March to the end of July, you can even swim with the ocean’s gentle giant, the whale shark. The region is also trialling 
humpback whale swims for the first time in 2016.


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