Emma Gorge, El Questro National Park, Western Australia. Hidden amongst butterfly-filled trees and vines you'll find the green/blue hues of Emma Gorge's waterhole, an ideal setting for a refreshing swim!

Hidden amongst butterfly-filled trees and vines you'll find the green/blue hues of Emma Gorge's waterhole, an ideal setting for a refreshing swim!

Billabong [billabong = a branch of a river forming a backwater or stagnant pool] in outback Western Australia.

Billabong [billabong = a branch of a river forming a backwater or stagnant pool] in outback Western Australia. Photo by Peter Ptschelinzew, Lonely Planet Photographer

Piccaninny Gorge - Purnululu National Park, Western Australia - Photo Credit: Nick Rains

Piccaninny Gorge - Purnululu National Park, Western Australia - Photo Credit: Nick Rains

Francois Peron National Park in Western Australia - on the way to Monkey Mia. By Rachael Kortt

Francois Peron National Park in Western Australia - on the way to Monkey Mia

Piccaninny Vertical, Bungle Bungle, Western Australia. More

Piccaninny Vertical - Wilderness Photography - Western Australia - Bungle Bungle - - B J K - Images of Western Australia

kimberly western australia. andscape of the Australian Outback offers visitors the chance to escape to a world of open skies, abundant wildlife, historic settlements, Aboriginal culture and real-life characters.

The Kimberly's Western Australia. Landscape of the Australian Outback offers visitors the chance to escape to a world of open skies, abundant wildlife, historic settlements, Aboriginal culture and real-life characters.

Kalbarri Gorge, Kalbarri National Park, Western Australia Copyright: Ian Fegent

Kalbarri Gorge of Kalbarri National Park dominated by de Murchison River juz around de town of Kalbarri, Western Australia_ Australia

Little Beach, Albany, Western Australia. Some of the world’s most spectacular beaches are located in Australia. And no, I’m not talking about Bondi. Take a look at this place, it’s arguably the best beach in the world and it’s a very well-kept secret. It’s called Little Beach. Never heard of it? Neither had we, until recently. It’s located in Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve near Albany, a town tucked away on the southern coast of Western Australia that’s home to some jawdropping hidden gems.

Little Beach, Albany, Western Australia. Loved this beach and we had it all to ourselves the day we visited on our honeymoon.

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