- The Pilbara | Australias North West
The Pilbara region in Western Australia has some of the world’s most ancient natural landscapes, dating back two billion years and stretching over 500,000 square kilometres
- Point Samson Peninsula | Australias North West
Some of Western Australia’s best beaches, coral gardens, fishing spots and restored heritage buildings can be found on the Point Samson Peninsula and its surrounding islands Point Samson is accessed via the Roebourne Point Samson Road, off the North West Coastal Highway in Roebourne Though gazetted in 1908 Point Samson really came to prominence from 1902 with the construction of the jetty
- Climate of Australia - Wikipedia
The weather in the southern half of the state is generally warm to hot in summer and cool in the winter The seasons are more defined in the southern half of the state, especially as one moves inland, towards South West Slopes, Central West and the Riverina region Rainfall usually peaks in the summer in most of parts of the state
- Western Australia Map | Map of Western Australia - Maps of . . .
Map of Western Australia to get information about cities, airports, roads and raiways in the Australia largest state named Western Australia with a total land area of 2,529,875 sq km
- AUSTRALIEN-INFO. DE: Aktuelle Wetterberichte
Unten stehende Grafik zeigt Ihnen die Vorhersage für den aktuellen Tag für verschiedene Orte in Australien Die Daten werden eingespeist vom Informationsdienst OpenWeatherMap Durch Anklicken eines Ortes werden Sie auf die ausführliche Wettervorhersage weitergeleitet
- Think there are no homeless people in your area? Think . . .
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released 2016 Census data showing more than 100,000 Australians are homeless — and revealing they live in virtually every part of the country The
- Lighthouses of Australia Project - No 3 2003 Bulletin
By Cyril Curtain Email Cyril Curtain Today, Point Gellibrand at Williamstown is a windswept open space, commanding stunning views across Melbourne’s shipping channel and northern Port Phillip Bay The only feature rising above ground is a basalt (bluestone) tower, surmounted by a copper ball and a staff