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Stokes National Park

Featuring one of the most picturesque estuaries along WA’s southern coast, Stokes Inlet National Park is a great place for fishing, camping, bushwalking and birdwatching.

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Ravensthorpe

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Ravensthorpe text

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Ravensthorpe silo art

A 25m high Banksia mural painted on the side of CBH silos by street artist Amok Island is nationally recognised as part of the PUBLIC Silo Trail.

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Ravensthorpe marker

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Perth by Air

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Munglinup Beach holiday park

A holiday park near popular fishing, boating, swimming and 4WD location Munglinup Beach is a perfect getaway. Even bring a canoe and paddle up the Oldfield River.

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Hopetoun

The seaside town of Hopetoun has about 800 residents who live within 10km of the spectacular Fitzgerald River National Park. The town boasts a pub, childcare and primary education services, GP and pharmacy and local shops including a bakery, post office and IGA supermarket.

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Great Southern wine region

The Great Southern wine region dates back to the 1800s when the first vines were planted near Mount Barker. The the region continues to develop an enviable reputation for producing fine, cool climate wines in five distinct sub-regions.

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Granite Skywalk

The Granite Skywalk is a suspended walkway on the huge granite outcrop of Castle Rock in the Porongurup National Park and provides views in all directions.

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Gnornbup Winery

Meaning "Place of the tiger snake", Gnornbup was founded in 1996 following a successful trial planting of vines near Bremer Bay.

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Four Mile Beach

The western end of Hopetoun's popular four-mile beach is a well-known swimming spot perfect for families and kids.

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Fitzgerald River National Park

A UNESCO-recognised flaura hot-spot, the Fitzgerald River National Park is one of the biggest in Australia and home to some of WA's best trail walking. It is renowned for its rugged and spectacular scenery.

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Esperance

The picturesque town of Esperance faces south towards the Recherche Archipelago and is home to about 10,000 people. Amenities include schools and health care services and a range of local and national retail stores. Flights operate daily between Esperance and Perth.

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Culham Inlet

Hopetoun is a well-known fishing location and Culham Inlet is reknowned as one of Australia's best Black Bream fishing locations.

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Cape Le Grand

Home of one of the most iconic WA images - a kangaroo on a prinstine white beach - Cape Le Grand is regularly voted as home to some of Australia's best beaches.

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Bluff Knoll

Bluff Knoll is the highest peak in WA's south and is located in the spectacular Stirling Ranges National Park. The park is a popular hiking and camping spot for those who love the outdoors.

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Albany

A bustling regional hub of more than 33,000 people, Albany is home to the National Anzac Centre, a range of education options including boarding for high school aged students, and one of the State's newest regional hospitals. Flights operate between Albany and Perth daily.

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1. Stokes National Park

Featuring one of the most picturesque estuaries along WA’s southern coast, Stokes Inlet National Park is a great place for fishing, camping, bushwalking and birdwatching.

2. Ravensthorpe

3. Ravensthorpe text

4. Ravensthorpe silo art

A 25m high Banksia mural painted on the side of CBH silos by street artist Amok Island is nationally recognised as part of the PUBLIC Silo Trail.

5. Ravensthorpe marker

6. Perth by Air

7. Munglinup Beach holiday park

A holiday park near popular fishing, boating, swimming and 4WD location Munglinup Beach is a perfect getaway. Even bring a canoe and paddle up the Oldfield River.

8. Hopetoun

The seaside town of Hopetoun has about 800 residents who live within 10km of the spectacular Fitzgerald River National Park. The town boasts a pub, childcare and primary education services, GP and pharmacy and local shops including a bakery, post office and IGA supermarket.

9. Great Southern wine region

The Great Southern wine region dates back to the 1800s when the first vines were planted near Mount Barker. The the region continues to develop an enviable reputation for producing fine, cool climate wines in five distinct sub-regions.

10. Granite Skywalk

The Granite Skywalk is a suspended walkway on the huge granite outcrop of Castle Rock in the Porongurup National Park and provides views in all directions.

11. Gnornbup Winery

Meaning "Place of the tiger snake", Gnornbup was founded in 1996 following a successful trial planting of vines near Bremer Bay.

12. Four Mile Beach

The western end of Hopetoun's popular four-mile beach is a well-known swimming spot perfect for families and kids.

13. Fitzgerald River National Park

A UNESCO-recognised flaura hot-spot, the Fitzgerald River National Park is one of the biggest in Australia and home to some of WA's best trail walking. It is renowned for its rugged and spectacular scenery.

14. Esperance

The picturesque town of Esperance faces south towards the Recherche Archipelago and is home to about 10,000 people. Amenities include schools and health care services and a range of local and national retail stores. Flights operate daily between Esperance and Perth.

15. Culham Inlet

Hopetoun is a well-known fishing location and Culham Inlet is reknowned as one of Australia's best Black Bream fishing locations.

16. Cape Le Grand

Home of one of the most iconic WA images - a kangaroo on a prinstine white beach - Cape Le Grand is regularly voted as home to some of Australia's best beaches.

17. Bluff Knoll

Bluff Knoll is the highest peak in WA's south and is located in the spectacular Stirling Ranges National Park. The park is a popular hiking and camping spot for those who love the outdoors.

18. Albany

A bustling regional hub of more than 33,000 people, Albany is home to the National Anzac Centre, a range of education options including boarding for high school aged students, and one of the State's newest regional hospitals. Flights operate between Albany and Perth daily.

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