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Kalbarri Beach Resort Star Rating 4        
Clotworthy St, Kalbarri, Western Australia,6536, Australia,

Overlooking the mouth of the Murchinson River, this Mediterranean-style complex is an 11-minute walk from Kalbarri Golf Club, 1.9 km from the attractions at the Kalbarri Family Entertainment Centre, and 4.4 km from the Rainbow Jungle parrot habitat.
Prideau's of Margaret River Star Rating 4        
31 Fearn Avenue

Set in a straightforward suburban property, this relaxed motel with apartments is 200 m from Highway 10, 3.7 km from Cape Mentelle Vineyards and 4.8 km from Margaret River Airport.
Dolphin Lodge Albany Star Rating 3        
32 Adelaide Cresent Middleton Beach Albany

Set in gardens a 6-minute walk from Middleton Beach, this relaxed apartment hotel is 4 km from a replica of the Amity, a 19th-century brig, and 16 km from Torndirrup National Park.The simple, colourful 1-to-3-bedroom apartments offer TVs, DVD players, and free films and Wi-Fi, as well as kitchens, sitting areas and balconies or patios. Upgraded apartments add whirlpool baths, washers and covered parking.
Observatory Guest House Star Rating 4        
7 Brown Street

Across the street from a caravan park and housed in a 2-storey residential home, this B&B is a 15-minute walk from both Busselton Jetty on Geographe Bay and Busselton Visitor Centre.The 4 individually decorated rooms with en suite bathrooms come with free Wi-Fi, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. They also provide minifridges, TVs and DVD players.
Bed & Breakfast in Perth Star Rating 3        
7 O'Dell Street, Thornlie

When visiting Thornlie, Bed and Breakfast in Perth is a great choice to consider. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and continental breakfast available daily. There's a garden, and rooms offer room service and premium bedding.
Banksia Tourist Park        
219 Midland Road

Banksia Tourist Park provides a comfortable setting when in Perth. It also offers a swimming pool.The hotel has 20 rooms, all of which are equipped with a range of amenities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Mandurah Family Resort        
124 Mandurah Terrace

This unassuming resort of tiled-roof villas is a 6-minute walk from Mandurah Beach and a 13-minute walk from the shops and restaurants of Mandurah Ocean Marina.The contemporary villas have lounge areas and full kitchens. Upgraded villas add mezzanine-level bedrooms and/or whirlpool tubs.
Ibis Styles Geraldton Star Rating 3.5        
Brand Highway

Set on the Batavia coastline, this colourful, relaxed hotel is a 12-minute walk from the white sands of Tarcoola Beach and 4 km from the Western Australian Museum.Bright rooms offer TVs, Wi-Fi (fee), minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Family rooms add lounge areas.
Quality Inn Railway Kalgoorlie Star Rating 3.5        
51 Forrest Street

A minute's walk from Kalgoorlie train station, this casual redbrick motel is 1.3 km from the Western Australian Museum - Kalgoorlie Boulder and 2.3 km from Hammond Park.
Crown Metropol Perth Star Rating 5        
Bolton Ave. And Great Eastern Hwy

A 7-minute walk from Burswood railway station, this sophisticated hotel in the Crown Perth entertainment complex is also 7 km from Perth Airport.The high-end rooms and suites come with flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking facilities, as well as Wi-Fi (fee) and 24-hour room service. Upgraded rooms feature private balconies, studio suites add whirlpool tubs, and full suites have separate sitting areas.
 
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Western Australia, covering the entire western third of the country, is made up mostly of the arid Outback. Its population is concentrated in its fertile southwest corner, home to the Margaret River wine region and the riverside capital, Perth. In the far north, the Kimberley region is home to ancient Aboriginal rock art, the Bungle Bungle sandstone domes and Broome, with Cable Beach camels and a pearling industry.