Discovering Western AustraliaPhoto Galleries | Updated 1 years ago Stirling Range WildflowersTimothy Sargent Photography Trees, south-west Western Australia© Steve Taylor ARPS / Alamy Stock Photo Hanging Table Formation in Lake Cave, Margaret River© Emma Jones / Alamy Stock Photo Fringe World Festival FRINGE WORLD Festival, Photo Cam Campbell, fringeworld.com.a Jarlmadangah Burru Community Copyright James Fisher, Tourism Australia WhalesharkAnson Smart, Tourism Australia Termite Mound© Bill Bachman / Alamy Stock Photo Dales Gorge, Karijini National Park© Tourism Australia / Photographer: Lincoln Fowler Western Australia is one of the world’s most extraordinary places. It is an international biodiversity hotspot with some of the most ancient landscapes on the planet; it is home to one of the world’s longest established continuous cultures, and some of the earliest evidence of life on Earth. Western Australia’s land mass is larger than Western Europe and four times the size of Texas. This scale explains why many visitors, and even Western Australians, have only scratched the surface when it comes to discovering this amazing place. The New Museum will be a gateway to discovering this extraordinary State and its rich cultural and natural heritage.