Western Australia travel
Explore Western Australia holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | If the vast expanse of Western Australia (WA) was a separate nation, it would be the world's 10th-largest (bigger than Algeria, smaller than Kazakhstan). Most of WA's population clings to the coast, yet you can wander along a beach here without seeing another footprint, or be one of a few scattered campers stargazing in a national park.
Close to the entrance of Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire, England, there is a colony of lemurs that live on a piece of ground surrounded on three sides by a moat (the remaining side is fenced in.) So there's no fences to block your view. They have a lot of toys to play with - swings, tightropes etc - and can be relied upon to pose in interesting ways!