The Late Paleozoic sections in northern, central and southern parts of West Guangxi were described in detail respectively. Based on these data the Late Paleozoic stratigaphic successions of deep-water sediments in west Guangxi were established. The successions could be divided and attributed to nine lithostratigraphic units. They were, in ascending order, the Ping’en, Luofu, Liujiang, Wuzhishan, Luzhai, Baping, Nandan, Sidazhai and Linghao Formations. Most of them were originally named in the border area of Guangxi and Guizhou, and northeastern Guangxi. Comparing with those in their named localities, the strata in hinterland of west Guangxi were of more typical deep-water facies and contained a lot of basalts. Continual deep water sediments from later Early Devonian to Late Permian extended in wide areas of west Guangxi, indicating a pelagic environment. The Late Paleozoic shallow marine sediments in west Guangxi were formed on some isolated carbonate platforms. The Permian carbonate deposits on platforms formed a series of "dikes" within Devonian-Carboniferous limestones, which might be resulted from the rifting of the Paleo-Tethys.