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Karara and Lochada Important Bird Area

The Karara and Lochada Important Bird Area is a 2404 km 2 tract of land in the Mid West region of Western Australia, about 30 km east of the town of Morawa and 320 km north-east of Perth.

                                               

Karlgarin Reservoir

Karlgarin Reservoir is situated adjacent the wheatbelt town of Karlgarin, Western Australia. The reservoir is filled from runoff from a bitumen catchment. The water caught in the reservoir was originally then pumped up to a high level tank for th ...

                                               

Karroun Hill Nature Reserve

The reserve lies at an altitude of 300–480 m above sea level in pastoral farming country. It possesses extensive areas of intact woodland and shrubland lost from much of the adjacent Western Australian wheatbelt through clearing for agriculture. ...

                                               

Kattamordo Heritage Trail

It goes for 27 km 17 mi, and includes traversals along formations of former forestry tramways: 1908 – Mundaring weir horse tramway 1872 – Munday Brook horse tramway It also passes close to Mount Gunjin and Mundaring Weir Road, and through Kalamun ...

                                               

Kent Land District, Western Australia

                                               

Keraudren Island

Keraudren Island is an island off the coast of the Kimberley region of Western Australia in the Indian Ocean. The island lies approximately 23 kilometres 14 mi off-shore from Cape Wellington in the Prince Regent National Park. The island is part ...

                                               

Kimberley Land Division

Kimberley Land Division is one of five land divisions of Western Australia recognised in the Land Administration Act 1997. It occupies roughly the same area as the Kimberley region of the state.

                                               

King Land District

                                               

King Sound

King Sound is a large gulf in northern Western Australia. It expands from the mouth of the Fitzroy River, one of Australias largest watercourses, and opens to the Indian Ocean. It is about 120 km long, and averages about 50 km in width. The port ...

                                               

Kojarena, Western Australia

                                               

Kojonup Land District

                                               

Kokardine, Western Australia

Kokardine is a locality in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, northwest of Koorda. It is located within the Shire of Wongan-Ballidu. The name Kokardine, which may mean "water in the grass", is derived from the Aboriginal name of a nearby ...

                                               

Koobabbie Important Bird Area

The Koobabbie Important Bird Area comprises several disjunct, mostly linear, patches of land with a collective area of 254 ha. It lies in the northern wheatbelt region of Western Australia, about 20 km south-east of Coorow. It consists of remnant ...

                                               

Koolama Bay

Koolama Bay is a bay in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. It was formerly known as Rulhieres Bay prior to the Koolama being beached at the location after a Japanese air attack in 1942. The King George River flows into the bay. The MV Koo ...

                                               

Koolanooka, Western Australia

Koolanooka is a small town in the MidWest region of Western Australia. It is situated between Morawa and Perenjori just off the Mullewa-Wubin road. At the 2006 census, Koolanooka had a population of 46. In 1932 the Wheat Pool of Western Australia ...

                                               

Koolyanobbing, Western Australia

Koolyanobbing is located 54 km NNE of the town of Southern Cross, Western Australia. Iron ore is mined here by a subsidiary of Cliffs Natural Resources of Cleveland, Ohio. Ore is railed to port at Esperance for export. The current operations comm ...

                                               

Koondra Land District

Koondra Land District is a land district of Western Australia and a subdivision of the North-West Land Division, located in the Pilbara region of the state.

                                               

Koorda, Western Australia

Koorda is a town in the North Eastern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 236 kilometres east of Perth and 43 kilometres north of Wyalkatchem at the northeastern end of the Cowcowing Lakes. It is the main town in the Shire of Koo ...

                                               

Kudardup, Western Australia

Kudardup is a locality in the South West region of Western Australia. The locality is in the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River and on the Bussell Highway, 312 kilometres south of the state capital, Perth. In the 1940 and 1950s the local community w ...

                                               

Kumarina, Western Australia

Kumarina is a town located in Western Australia along the Great Northern Highway between the towns of Meekatharra and Newman. It contains a roadhouse and a caravan park, as well as a small wildlife sanctuary, tavern, motel and restaurant. At the ...

                                               

Kununoppin

Kununoppin is a small town in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia. The town is located on the Nungarin–Wyalkatchem Road and in the Shire of Trayning local government area, 257 kilometres north east of the state capital, Perth, Western Austr ...

                                               

Kwobrup-Badgebup Important Bird Area

The Kwobrup-Badgebup Important Bird Area comprises two separate reserves about 5 km apart, with a combined area of 602 ha, lying close to the two small towns of Kwobrup and Badgebup in the southern wheatbelt region of Western Australia.

                                               

Kwobrup, Western Australia

Kwobrup is a small town in the Shire of Kent, in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia. It is located on the Katanning to Nyabing branch line. The Kwobrup Reserve, north of the town, forms part of the Kwobrup-Badgebup Important Bird Area.

                                               

Kyarra Land District

Kyarra Land District is a land district of Western Australia, located within the North-West Land Division. It contains the towns of Cue and Meekatharra, and the former towns of Nannine and Austin.

                                               

LHaridon Bight

LHaridon Bight is one of the bays on the eastern side of the Peron Peninsula in the Shark Bay World Heritage Site in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. At its southern end lies Shell Beach, which is part of the very narrow Taillefer Isthmu ...

                                               

Lacepede Channel

The Lacepede Channel separates the Lacepede Islands from the Dampier Peninsula in north-west Western Australia. It is nominally located at 16° 55 S 122° 13 E.

                                               

Lagrange Bay

Lagrange Bay is located 200 kilometres south of Broome, Western Australia in the Kimberley region. It is the site of the Catholic Pallottine La Grange Mission, and the Aboriginal community of Bidyadanga. It was the location of the La Grange massa ...

                                               

Lake Baghdad

Lake Baghdad, also called Lake Vincent on maps, is one of a collection of salt lakes on Rottnest Island, Western Australia. Ten percent of the area of Rottnest Island is taken up by salt lakes with Lake Baghdad, Herschel Lake, Garden Lake, Govern ...

                                               

Lake Banksiadale

Lake Banksiadale is a man-made reservoir located in the Peel region of Western Australia. It is located about 6 kilometres north-east of Dwellingup in the locality of Banksiadale, Shire of Murray. Since 1971 it has been the site of the South Dand ...

                                               

Lake Breaden

Lake Breaden is a salt lake in the Gibson Desert of Western Australia, to the northeast of Boyd Lagoon. It covers an area of roughly 2.600 hectares and has a surface elevation of 395 metres above sea level.

                                               

Lake Buchanan (Western Australia)

Lake Buchanan is a lake in the Gibson Desert of Western Australia, northeast of Lake Carnegie, just south of Lake Burnside. It covers an area of approximately 4.300 hectares. It is fed by Coomborn Creek on its western side.

                                               

Lake Burnside

Lake Burnside, also known as Oneahibunga, is a lake in the Gibson Desert, located in the Mid West region of Western Australia, northeast of Lake Carnegie. The smaller Lake Buchanan lies just to the south. It covers an area of roughly 42.000 hectares.

                                               

Lake Carey

Lake Carey is a salt lake located in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. It was named in 1869 by surveyor John Forrest in company with Tommy Windich, after Thomas Campbell Carey, the government surveyor to whom Forrest had been ...

                                               

Lake Dora (Western Australia)

Lake Dora is a seasonal salt lake located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. It lies between the vegetated sand fields of the Great Sandy and Gibson Deserts. The Rudall River occasionally flows into Lake Dora.

                                               

Lake Gnangara

Lake Gnangara is the most southerly of the Wanneroo wetlands in metropolitan Perth, Western Australia. The state governments Wetland Atlas defines the body of water as a lake. The surrounding terrain is low dunes and undulating sand plains. The l ...

                                               

Lake Grace System

Lake Grace System is a DIWA-listed wetland in Western Australia. Located on the border of the Shires of Lake Grace and Kent, it consists of four lakes, Lake Grace North, Lake Grace South, Lake Altham and Cemetery Lake. It has an area of about 1.5 ...

                                               

Lake Jasper

Lake Jasper is a permanent freshwater lake in the South West area of Western Australia. The lake is the largest freshwater lake in Western Australia. It has evidence of Aboriginal activity within its bounds. The lake is located on a flat sandy pl ...

                                               

Lake Johnston (Western Australia)

Lake Johnston is a lake in the Goldfields-Esperance region of the state of Western Australia. It lies to the east of Hyden and west of Norseman. It is also the name of the geological map of the area. It and adjacent lakes have been referred to co ...

                                               

Lake Magenta Nature Reserve

Lake Magenta Nature Reserve is a 1080 km 2 nature reserve managed by the Department of Parks and Wildlife, making it one of the largest such reserves in the Avon Wheatbelt region of Western Australia. It is named after Lake Magenta, which lies ju ...

                                               

Lake Monginup

Lake Monginup also known as Lake Mongingup and Lake Mortijinup is a freshwater lake in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. The lake is located approximately 18 km 11 mi west of Esperance and makes up part of the 102-hectare 252- ...

                                               

Lake Nabberu

Lake Nabberu is a large salt lake located in the Mid West region of Western Australia. It extends into the centre of the Shoemaker crater. The edges of the lake are surrounded by low dune ridges, which support meager vegetation growth. With an ar ...

                                               

Lake Newell (Western Australia)

Lake Newell is a lake located in the Gibson Desert, in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia, northeast of Lake Breaden. It covers an area of roughly 2.600 hectares. The closest major settlement to the lake is Warburton.

                                               

Lake Pleasant View System Important Bird Area

The Lake Pleasant View System Important Bird Area comprises three shallow freshwater lakes, about five kilometres apart from each other. The lakes lie near the town of Manypeaks, and 35 km north-east of Albany, in the Great Southern region of sou ...

                                               

Lake Shaster

Lake Shaster is a hypersaline lake in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia, approximately 90 km west of Esperance. The lake is located in the Lake Shaster Nature Reserve which is found on either side of the Oldfield Estuary Reserv ...

                                               

The Lakes Important Bird Area

The Lakes Important Bird Area comprises some 72 km 2 of land near the community of The Lakes in the Shire of Mundaring on the eastern fringe of the metropolitan area of Perth, Western Australia. It is an important site for the conservation of thr ...

                                               

Latitude Hill (Great Victoria Desert)

Latitude Hill is a hill in the Great Victoria Desert, Western Australia. It is located at 26°20′8″S 128°56′40″E, about five kilometres west of the South Australian border, and 160 kilometres south-south-east of Giles. It is the location of a mini ...

                                               

Latitude Hill (Houtman Abrolhos)

                                               

Leake Land District

                                               

Ledge Point, Western Australia

Ledge Point is a small coastal township 105 km north of Perth, Western Australia. It was established to service the local fishing and crayfishing industries. The towns name originates from the nearby coastal feature of the same name, a series of ...

                                               

Lake Lefroy

Lake Lefroy is a large ephemeral salt lake in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. It is north of Lake Cowan and approximately 55 kilometres south of Boulder. The town of Kambalda is on the northern shore and the hamlet of Widgie ...

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