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The national parks of WA are your gateway to some of the most biologically diverse and dramatic landscapes in the world, home to more than 12,000 species of wildflowers, some of the whitest and most pristine beaches on Earth and one of the world’s 34 biodiversity hotspots.
Prospecting in Western Australia can be a rewarding experience if done the right way. This reference guide produced by the Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP), is designed to provide visiting prospectors with a summary of their rights and obligations under the Mining Act 1978 (the Act) and Mining Regulations 1981.
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Here you’ll find the key travel information you need to plan an extraordinary holiday in Western Australia – one of the largest and most diverse states in the world.
Geographically speaking, WA’s capital city of Perth is one of the most isolated spots on Earth. But with more than 35 travel routes by air, land and sea, including a short, five-hour flight from South Asia, it’s one of the most accessible places in Australia.
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