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Cheap flights to Western Australia

Western Australia refers to the state that occupies the western third of Australia. With its capital city Perth, the region covers a total area of approximately 2.6 million square kilometres, or one million square miles, with a total population of 2.6 million Western Australians or West Australians. Western Australia can be divided into Perth, Wheatbelt, Mid West, Gascoyne, Pilbara, Kimberley, Goldfields-Esperance, and South West.

What to see & do

Attractions that are worth a visit include The Pinnacles, Kings Park, Swan Valley, Nambung National Park, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Cable Beach, Western Australian Museum, Aquarium of Western Australia, Perth Zoo, Ngilgi Cave, and more. The Pinnacles are limestone formations within Nambung National Park that have remained unknown to most of the Australian population until the 1960s. The site receives more or less 250,000 visitors annually, with August to October as the best months to visit.

The Aquarium of Western Australia, or AQWA, opened in the late 1980s as Underwater World, Perth, and was then renamed to AQWA in the early 90s. The facility houses around 400 species of approximately 4,000 marine animals that can be found within the coastline of Western Australia. Primary attractions within the facility include the Coral Reef, and the DangerZone, in addition to possessing Australia’s largest ingle aquarium and walk-through underwater tunnel.

How to get around within Western Australia

When finding yourself within Western Australia, among the options for getting around and about the region include going by train, coach, and car. Travelling by train, service can be limited when outside of Perth and Mandurah. Among the regional train services include the Great Southern Railway’s Indian Pacific, The Australind that runs towards Bunbury, The Prospector to Kalgoorlie, and The Avonlink to Wheatbelt. Going by coach, the South West of the state is covered by coach services, such as Greyhound which goes from Perth to Broome, and Darwin via Kununurra through its coastal services. Driving around Western Australia, the region is served by sealed highways and byways such as Albany, Eyre, Victoria, and Coolgardie-Esperance Highways, with unsealed tracks like the Canning Stock Route, Gibb River Road, Tanami Track, and more.

How to get there

Among the airports that serve Western Australia, Perth Airport operates national and international flights from within Perth, the capital and largest city of Western Australia. The airport serves as hub for airlines such as Alliance Airlines, Cobham, Network Aviation, Qantas, Skippers Aviation, Virgin Australia Regional Airlines, and is also the focus city for Jetstar Airways and Virgin Australia. Flying into Western Australia, Perth Airport has flights from Kuala Lumpur, Mauritius, Auckland, Hong Kong, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Singapore, Doha, Kota Kinabalu, Johannesburg, Bangkok, Sydney, and Albany, among others. When flying out from these destinations, airlines that operate flights include AirAsia X, Air Mauritius, Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Jetstar Asia Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways, South African Airways, Thai Airways, Virgin Australia, and more. The airport primarily functions with two asphalt-surfaced runways that measure from around 2,200 to 3,400 metres or 7,100 to 11,300 feet.

Flights to Western Australia

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