Western Australia
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WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Western Australia stretches from the warm tropical Kimberley,  to the cool temperate south coastal areas of Albany and
Esperance.
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This expanse covers a vast range of habitats leading to a
situation where there is an extremely varied range of fauna
and flora. In addition to this, being spread over such a range
of climatic zones, there is always somewhere in Western
Australia that is just right for the intrepid traveller.

This great state is known worldwide for its Kalgoorlie
Goldfields, Wave Rock, The Pinnacles, Kimberley, Quokkas,
Whale Sharks at Ningaloo Reef and many other incredible
natural wonders.

With the great distances involved in travelling within
Western Australia it is just not possible to see it all.
Unless of course you have a couple of months spare.
                                                                                  
Gondwana Connection has put together a selection of tours
that not only showcase some of our unique fauna but also
present the amazing environment in which they live.                                                                                            


By keeping our road tour group to 4-6 persons we can maximise the chances of all fully experiencing these NATURAL WONDERS.
This also allows us to offer a truly personalised service. 

Australia has lost so many species of plants and animals since Europeans have been part of this delicate eco-system. This being a
result of factors such as, clearing for agriculture, over-grazing of fragile habitats and the introduction of exotic competitors such as
rabbits and foxes. The southwest of Western Australia is the last stronghold for a number of wonderful creatures and plants.

Let us show you the remnant populations of these once widely distributed species and be part of the process of repairing this damage.

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THIS CAN BE STOPPED. WE JUST NEED AN UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT HAS TO BE DONE.

An appreciation and knowledge of the Natural World is a great place to start. 



             
                                     

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