The famous Western Australian Cape to Cape Track between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin passes Sugarloaf Rock.

The famous Western Australian Cape to Cape Track between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin passes Sugarloaf Rock.

The ArtGeo Gallery in Busselton, Western Australia, occupies the former Agriculture Building dating from the 1920s.

The ArtGeo Gallery in Busselton, Western Australia, occupies the former Agriculture Building dating from the 1920s.

Wineries such as Aravina Estate abound in the Margaret River Region of Western Australia.

Wineries such as Aravina Estate abound in the Margaret River Region of Western Australia.

Meelup Beach near Dunsborough in Western Australia is a favourite surfing spot.

Meelup Beach near Dunsborough in Western Australia is a favourite surfing spot.

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse overlooks the western entrance to Geographe Bay near Dunsborough in Western Australia.

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse overlooks the western entrance to Geographe Bay near Dunsborough in Western Australia.

Yallingup is a trendy Western Australian surfing community overlooking the Indian Ocean.

Yallingup is a trendy Western Australian surfing community overlooking the Indian Ocean.

Kangaroos lurk on the grounds of the Broadwater Par 3 Golf Course in West Busselton, Western Australia.

Kangaroos lurk on the grounds of the Broadwater Par 3 Golf Course in West Busselton, Western Australia.

This 1897 courtroom is a fine example of Federation architecture with woodwork made from Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata). It`s now part of the ArtGeo Cultural Complex at Busselton, Western Australia.

This 1897 courtroom is a fine example of Federation architecture with woodwork made from Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata). It`s now part of the ArtGeo Cultural Complex at Busselton, Western Australia.

A miniature railway on the Busselton Jetty at Busselton, Western Australia, carries visitors to an Underwater Observatory.

A miniature railway on the Busselton Jetty at Busselton, Western Australia, carries visitors to an Underwater Observatory.

The Busselton Jetty at Busselton, Western Australia, is the longest wooden pier in the Southern Hemisphere. Construction began in 1853 and it currently measures 1,841 meters long.

The Busselton Jetty at Busselton, Western Australia, is the longest wooden pier in the Southern Hemisphere. Construction began in 1853 and it currently measures 1,841 meters long.

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