Western Australia is the countries largest state and occupies the western third of the country. The majority of inhabitants live in the south-western corner of the state which is known for its mining, wine-making industry, wildflowers and outback.
The term Witchetty Grub is used to describe the large, white wood-eating larvae of several moth species. The term is mainly used when the larvae are being considered as food. The grub is a very imporant food of the desert and was a staple diet food of Aboriginal people.