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Hamelin Bay�is a bay and a locality on the south-west coast of Western Australia between�Cape Leeuwin�and�Cape Naturaliste. It is named after French explorer�Jacques F�lix Emmanuel Hamelin�who sailed through the area in about 1801. It is south…

The striped lighthouse on Bunbury’s backbeach has been a prominent landmark in the city for many years.

Located near the mouth of the Margaret River around Surfers Point you will find the bronze statue of woman breastfeeding a fish, sitting on the rocks with the waves lapping at her feet.

21 minutes drive south of Margaret River township along caves Rd you come to one of the most magical forests in the Margaret River region – Boranup Forest. While it may not have the biggest, oldest trees, this regrowth forest will take your…

Only 20km from Pemberton you come across this amazing contrast of nature – brilliant white sand dunes boarded by magnificent tall forests. Emanating from the coastal strip, they form a ten kilometre long body of sand being blown inland,…