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Wheatbelt is a region of Western Australia
Many visitors can choose to drive hastily through the Wheatbelt region from Perth to the Goldfields and the Nullarbor or vice versa, but this region has a range of highlights of its own.
The region covers almost 155,000 square kilometres and is bordered in the west by the Indian Ocean and Perth, in the Southwest by — unsurprisingly — the South West region, in the South by the Great Southern region, in the east by the Goldfields-Esperance region and in the north by the Mid West.
It is common in the Western Australian media, and online to find the wheatbelt divided into internal regions. Eastern, northern and southern wheatbelt are often heard or seen. The coastal part of the wheatbelt is often called other names.



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