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Comment sought for Scarborough Beach plan
The State Government has released the draft Scarborough Master Plan for public comment. 

The plan proposes a $57.4 million redevelopment to provide more housing, a water playground, a park with skate facilities, community and function centre, new cafes, restaurants, kiosks and public art. ​

Image: Artist's impression of Scarborough's Sunset Hill.

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Calling all cricket lovers

To drum up excitement and share the love of cricket with fans, the ICC Cricket World Cup trophy will be at th​e Busselton Jetty foreshore on Saturday, January 31 from 12-3pm.


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Kimberle​y and Margaret River voted in top 10 Aussie bucket list
Travel and lifestyle site has released its ‘Aussie bucket list,’ with the Kimberley and Margaret River region featuring in the top 10​.

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Nominate now for the WA Heritage Awards
Nominations for the Western Australian Heritage Awards are now open. ​The awards celebrate the outstanding contribution of individuals and organisations to heritage in Western Australia.​

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Thinking about working in Tourism?

Tourism​ is one o​f the fastest growing industries in WA with more than 91,000 people, or 7 per cent of the State, employed in the industry.​..

Monthly Tourism

The tourism industry scorecard provides monthly indicators on tourism in Western Australia

Register your industry event ​​

Tourism WA has created an industry events calendar which features upcoming events coordinated by Tou​rism WA or other organisations that may be of interest to the State’s tourism industry​.

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National Anzac Centre recognised in Lonely Planet’s new experiences in 2015
Albany’s National Anzac Centre has been ranked number 21 in Lonely Pl​anet’s top 26 new travel experiences for 2015.


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​Tourism WA is the State Government agency responsible for promoting Western Australia as an extraordinary holiday destination. Its focus is on marketing the State; developing, attracting and promoting major sporting, cultural and business events; and supporting the development of​ significant tourism infrastructure and projects.



Last Reviewed: 2015-01-22