Guide to the Great Western Woodlands

Guide to the Great Western Woodlands

The Great Western Woodlands is a delightful area to visit,with numerous granite outcrops, secluded bush camping areas and historic attractions scattered across this large chunk of Western Australia's heartland.  Covering almost 61 million hectares - about the same size as England - this continuous band of native vegetation stretches from the edge of the WA Wheatbelt to Kalgoorlie-Boulder in the north, to the inland deserts to the north-east and the Nullarbor Plain to the east.

This guide book provides information on; why the Great Western Woodlands are so special,the  history, tracks and trails, destinations, plants, animals and so much more.  It's a must-have guide if you're travelling to this wonderful part of the State.


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