Welcome to WA

Western Australia’s ancient and beautiful landscape is home to pristine beaches, rugged gorges, unique rock formations, towering forests, secluded waterfalls and the world’s largest wildflower collection.

You’ll also find unforgettable cultural and wildlife encounters, exquisite food and drink, vibrant events and in cosmopolitan Perth a flourishing city life.

Getting to WA

FLIGHTS

Perth is WA’s major aviation gateway and the first point of contact for many visitors to the State.

Seventeen international airlines and twelve domestic and regional airlines operate from Perth Airport, connecting travellers to more than 60 destinations around Australia and overseas.

AIRPORT CONNECTIONS

There are many convenient options to get you where you need to go – drive yourself and park, hop on a bus or catch a taxi.These Include:

Getting around WA

TAXIS & RIDE SHARE

Designated taxi ranks are located around Perth City for safe and convenient travel. Supervised taxi ranks operate in Northbridge on Friday and Saturday nights. Taxis may also be hailed on the street or ordered by phone. The main taxi service providers in Western Australia are Swan Taxis and Black & White Cabs.

Ridsharing service, Uber also operates in Western Australia.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

There are five train lines which service the Perth metropolitan area departing from Perth City to Armadale, Fremantle, Midland, Joondalup and Mandurah. Many train stations along these lines provide connecting bus services to access Perth’s tourist destinations and attractions. Train and bus service details, as well as a comprehensive journey planner, can be obtained from Transperth or by calling 13 62 13.

TransWA operate bus and rail services outside the Perth metropolitan area to region destinations.

DISABILITY ACCESS

The City of Perth is considered a universally accessible city for all people, including those with disability. It has pedestrian friendly streets and public spaces that are designed according to universal design principles, and continuous accessible paths of travel link public transport, parking, retail, business and entertainment areas. The People With Disabilities WA website provides some information on accessible accommodation in Perth and country areas.

Local Attractions

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EAT & DRINK

Being one of the most biologically diverse regions in the world, it’s no surprise that Western Australia produces such a profusion of fresh local flavours, succulent seafood, world-class wines and highly prized black truffles.

WA is home to nine sensational wine regions, each with their own unique characteristics and qualities, including the world-renowned Margaret River and the state’s oldest wine growing region, the Swan Valley. On a tasting tour of the cellar doors, you’ll also find the perfect pairing of restaurants, as well as a growing number of award-winning boutique breweries.

In Perth, you’re spoilt for choice, with more restaurants per capita than any other capital city in Australia, many of which have been awarded for their commitment to food excellence. The bar scene is equally as impressive, whether you seek the grand heritage of an iconic colonial hotel, the character of a country pub, or the European elegance of the small bar scene that’s tucked away in the city’s charming lanes and alleyways.

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AASTN

This conference is proudly hosted by the Australian Association of Stomal Therapy Nurses: www.stomaltherapy.com

One of the Association's major objectives is the promotion of quality care for a wide range of people with specific needs. These needs may be related to ostomy construction, urinary or faecal incontinence, wounds with or without tube insertion and breast surgery.

Patients/clients across the life span are provided with preventative, acute, rehabilitative and continuing care as required. Another objective is the maintenance and improvement of professional standards in relation to Stomal Therapy Nursing Practice to the highest degree possible. Recognition of the need for and encouragement of the development of specialist expertise in the field of Stomal Therapy Nursing underpins the Standards for Stomal Therapy Nursing Practice.

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