Western Australia


Western Australia is the largest state in Australia, and has a wide variety of weather conditions throughout the year from the tropical north to the temperate south. The northern Winter or "dry" season lasting from April to September has long days of blue skies and sunshine. Temperatures range from 24 degrees in the evening to an average 35 degrees during the day. The northern Summer or "wet" season from October to March has temperatures in the high 30's with high humidity and tropical storms.  Further south the coastal areas of the South West region average a maximum of 32 degrees in the Summer and 14 degrees in the Winter.


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The major faith in Western Australia is Christianity. Following this, the most common religions  are Buddhism, Islam and Hinduism.

Couples will love

Couples will love the diversity that Western Australia has to offer, from tropical climate with a variety of water activities including the infamous surf to the food and wineries scattered throughout the south, there is something for everyone!

Best time to go

The best time to visit the north is in the dry season of April to September as the temperatures aren't as hot. The southern part of Western Australia can be visited all year round due to its pleasant climate.

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