Sand and kangaroos characterize Western Australian golf. The alkaline conditions in the area are the reason why the famous limestone base, which extends from Yanchep to Busselton, as well as the Tuart gums thrive.
The largest state in Australia with more than a million square miles of breathtaking scenery, golf courses in Western Australia are truly world-class. Planted trees can be seen lined up along lavish fairways, which are set against a rolling sandy scrub.
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