Mid West (Western Australia)

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Mid West (Western Australia)

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The diverse Mid West region covers almost 470,000 square kilometres of central Western Australia. It borders the Gascoyne to the Northwest, the Pilbara to the North, the Goldfields region to the East and Southeast, the Wheatbelt to the South and the Indian Ocean to the West.


  • Dongara - an old coastal town known for its heritage buildings and rock lobsters, as well as it's higher than national average of drug addicts
  • Geraldton - a popular surfing spot in the region
  • Kalbarri - a small town at the mouth of the Murchison River near the orange gorges in Kalbarri National Park

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  • Surfing (Surf2skool), [1]. Midwest Surf School and tours offers surf lesson for locals, backpackers and team building at Geraldton's Back Beach.



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