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  • Wave Rock, near Hyden in Western Australia is a large, wave-shaped rock which resembles surf about to break
  • The Pinnacles, near Cervantes, a vast desert of sandstone formations near Cervantes, on the coast
  • Mt Augustus, in Western Australia, is the world's largest monolith (although sometimes referred to as a monocline). It is larger than Ayers Rock/Uluru.
  • Monkey Mia
  • Gibson Desert
  • Bungle Bungles and the Kimberley Range
  • Yanchep Caves
  • Margaret River Caves
  • Perth-Kalgoorlie Pipeline
  • Araluen
  • John Forrest National Park
  • Mundaring Weir
  • Swan River
  • King's Park
  • Cottesloe Beach
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Some landmarks in Western Australia include Wave Rock, Kings Park, Bungle Bungle Range in Purnululu National Park, The Pinnacles in Nambung National Park, and Cable Beach in Broome.

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If the EST is midnight what time is it in western Australia?

The answer is 8am because Western Australia is 8 hours ahead of EST At 12 midnight in Australian EST, it's 10 PM WST in most of Western Australia. At 12 midnight in American EST, it's 1 PM WST in most of Western Australia.

What is the Australian Desert called?

There are many deserts in Australia, not just one.The three largest deserts in Australia are:Great Victoria Desert (Western Australia): 424,400 km2Great Sandy Desert (Western Australia): 284,993 km2Tanami Desert (Western Australia and Northern Territory): 184,500 km2Each of these deserts is either in or primarily in Western Australia, in the western third of the continent.The Nullarbor Plain is an arid, limestone region extending for some 270,000 square km above the Great Australian Bight. Nothing is cultivated there, and in many respects its aridness places it within the category of desert, but there is little (if any) sand there.Other deserts include -Simpson Desert (Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia): 176,500 km2Gibson Desert (Western Australia): 156,000 km2Little Sandy Desert (Western Australia): 111,500 km2Strzelecki Desert (New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia): 80,250 km2Sturt Stony Desert (South Australia): 29,750 km2Tirari Desert (South Australia): 15,250 km2Pedirka Desert (South Australia): 1,250 km2

How many square kilometers in western Australia?

Western Australia covers an area of approximately 2.6 million square kilometers.

Who imports aluminum from Australia?

Yes, Aluminium is found in Australia (Western Australia, Darling Range).

What are three towns in Australia where iron ore was mined?

Iron ore is not generally mined within towns, as most mines are located some distance from settled areas. The town of Mount Tom Price in Western Australia is known for its iron ore mined within 5km of the town. Some other regions where iron ore is mined in Australia include:Mount Newman in Westwrn Australia, which is within 20km of the town of NewmanYarrie mine in the Pilbara Region of Western Australia, where the nearest town is Marble Bar, about 90 km awayIron Duke and Iron Duchess mines in South Australia, about 49 km from the city of WhyallaKoolyanobbing, which is near the Western Australia town of Southern Cross

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