The Western Australia and the vine
The Western Australia and the vine
Located 30 minutes from Perth,
Visit the vineyards of the Swan Valley, get in the boat Swan River bordered by parks as well as skyscrapers.
With the Mediterranean climate, the coast of South West is characterized by dry summers and mild, wet winters.
The average annual rainfall varies from 300 mm at the edge of the Wheatbelt to 1400 mm in the most western region near North cliffe, but during the months from November to March evaporation is greater than the rainfall and the climate is so very dry.
The Western Australia accounts for only 3.5% in the Australian wine production, but plantations have expanded rapidly over the past 15 years. Most vineyards are concentrated in the south of the city of Perth, in the extreme south-west of the state.
Climate, scorching inward becomes more temperate near the coast.
The region of West Australian in spite of the small size of its vineyard, managed to make a name through its Cabernet Sauvignons.
The Margaret River region is located far enough south of Perth, in the south-western tip of Western Australia.
It has long been a desert wine before becoming, in a single decade, one of the most dynamic regions of the country. With 120 owners, who are now settled in this region of stunning scenery.
Are climate is Mediterranean, influenced by a warm current down the coast, with a moisture concentrated outside the period of maturation of the grapes.
The soils are composed mainly of a mixture of gravel and sand very well suited to Cabernet Sauvignon
White varieties, Chardonnay, Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc, also give very good results.
When the first inhabitants of Australia arrived on the northwest coast, the sea level was much lower than now.
During the following tens of thousands of years, Australian natives moved to southern landmass. Aborigines were already well established when European ships arrived accidentally on Australian shores in the seventeenth century.
It was originally very forest, with many karri, one of the tallest trees in the world. This agricultural region of Western Australia is one of the first nine habitats of terrestrial biodiversity, with a high propensity to endemism. Thanks to ocean current Leeuwin
The region is among the first six in terms of marine biodiversity, with coral reef southernmost in the world.
It is the largest state of Australia. With a third, of the area of the main island.
Occupying the entire western countries, it is bordered on the west and north by the Indian Ocean, to the east by the Northern Territory and South Australia and the south by the Great Australian Bight. And the body of water located south of the continent is officially called "Southern Ocean
Its inhabitants, known colloquially as sandgropers by other Australians. "Jobber sands") is an insect of the genus Cylindraustralia who lives in the dunes near Perth.
The state economy is based on mining including that of oil.
You can come take the ferry to Rottnest Island with a rich history and where cars are prohibited.
Hop on a bicycle to go to one of the beaches or explore the secluded coves by kayak.
Dine and Fremantle, the port, enjoy the bustling cafés of the urban landscape wonderfully preserved 19th century.
Explore the Kings Park to admire the views, landscaped gardens and its Aboriginal heritage.
Go for a swim, surf, fish, go windsurfing or sailing on the beaches along the Sunshine Coast of Perth, between Scarborough and Cottlesloe