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Must do's in Western Australia -Top highlights in WA

Located in Western Australia, Perth is a rather quiet city in comparison to those on the other side of the country. Here are some of the must do activities in Western Australia.

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Shopping arcades

Just like many other regions around Australia, Perth is no different when it comes to shopping. Shopping is in fact a highlight of a visit to Perth and several malls and arcades are found dotted around the city's expanse. The Hay Street and Murray Street Malls are two parallel pedestrian shopping malls where some of the best deals in the city can be found. Cool, comfortable and stylishly designed, these malls offer everything from a comfortable shopping experience to scrumptious food, entertainment and of course sales, bargain and offers on your favourite items year round. The malls have a plethora of variety when it comes to shops and cafes and this only adds to the several covered shopping arcades that stretch across the other major streets in the area. The Piccadilly Arcade is one such destination which offers a plentiful variety for those looking for electronics, books and magazines.

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Cable Beach

Earning its name thanks to the underwater telegraphic cable that reaches the beach from Java Cable Beach is one of the most breathtaking beaches in all of Broome. Spread out across 14 miles the white, sandy shores of the beach are known as one of the most level or even beaches one comes across in Australia. Ideal for swimming activities vacationers can also witness a confluence of box jellyfish occupying the water close to the beach during the between November and March. A popular haunt among 4 wheel drive enthusiasts' visitors can also take part in a camel ride at sunset on Cable Beach daily. Another attraction located close to Cable Beach is Minyirr Park which lies to the east of the venue and is considered as a coastal sanctuary initiated by the Rubibi community and the Shire of Broome.

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Breathtaking Kings Park

Revered as one of Western Australia's most picturesque public parklands, Kings Park holds the distinct honour of being one of the globe's most expansive park spaces. Combined with the Perth Botanic Garden this sprawling area of greenery includes many highlights including views of the Swan River and Canning River as well the city at large.

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Swan River

Adorning Perth with its characteristic beauty, the Swan River is iconic to the city and is both an ornament to the city's landscape and home to a world of bird and fish species. This river meanders through the city of Perth all the way up to the Port of Fremantle and is one of the most picturesque features of the city especially during sunrise and sunset. With a length of over 50 kilometres in Perth alone, the banks of this river is popularly used for activities such as jogging and cycling; hence tracks have been designed that run along the waterway where health enthusiasts can cycle, jog or walk to their hearts content. Many a luxury hotel, Perth has to offer can be found within easy reach of the Swan River such as the COMO The Treasury, Perth is one such option.

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