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Adventure Travelers keen to experience
Western Australia’s wide range of
activities must be prepared to cover a good deal of ground. For although the
state has plenty of appropriate venues, including rivers, mountains and caves,
they tend to be separated by enormous stretches of outback.. Traveling through
the immense arid lands of
can, however, be thought of as an
adventure in itself, one that makes your arrival in places like
the Pilbara all the more exciting.
alone could supply a lifetime of thrills, with its vast plateaus
and myriad gorges offering endless challenges for walkers, river runners,
climbers and cavers alike. Similar opportunities abound in the Pilbara.
Self-sufficiency and high-level bush skills are essential in these areas and in
other remote parts of
Western Australia, where emergency services may be a long
Only in the south-west of the state will you find an impressive array of
adventure-sports locations within a relatively small, densely populated area.
The proximity of delightful beaches, wineries, historic towns and other more
general tourist attractions make this an especially enjoyable region to explore.