Zebedee Thermal Springs, Western Australia.

Zebedee Thermal Springs, Western Australia - Scenic Hot Springs That Will Feed Your Soul And Your Wanderlust - Photos

Cape Leveque, Western Australia. North of Broome, Cape Leveque is one of the most stunning landscapes I have ever witnessed. It's just a small beach settlement where the red cliffs meet the pure white sands and then the clear clear aqua blue of the Indian Ocean. Stayed 3 days, on a shack on the beach. Could have easily stayed 3 weeks.

North of Broome, Cape Leveque is one of the most stunning landscapes. It's just a small beach settlement where the red cliffs meet the pure white sands and then the clear clear aqua blue of the Indian Ocean.

Cape Leveque, Western Australia. North of Broome, Cape Leveque is one of the…

North of Broome, Cape Leveque is one of the most stunning landscapes. It's just a small beach settlement where the red cliffs meet the pure white sands and then the clear clear aqua blue of the Indian Ocean.

Horizontal Falls, Kimberley region in Western Australia.

One of the most amazing natural features of the Kimberley region is the tidal waterfalls located deep within Talbot Bay in the Buccaneer Archipelago, but unlike any other waterfall, the water passes horizontally.

Western Australia, East Kimberley, Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungles). Layered sandstone domes beside Piccanniny Creek, dawn.

East Kimberley~Purnululu National Park~Bungle Bungles~Layered sandstone domes beside Piccanniny Creek~Western Australia

Western Australia, East Kimberley, Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungles). Layered sandstone domes beside Piccanniny Creek, dawn.

East Kimberley~Purnululu National Park~Bungle Bungles~Layered sandstone domes beside Piccanniny Creek~Western Australia

A little rocky place - The Bungle Bungles Kimberly region of Western Australia

A little rocky place, The Bungle Bungles, Purnululu NP, Kimberley region, Western Australia

Bungle Bungles At Purnululu, Australia

Western Australia is home to the Bungle Bungles, beehive shaped towers which formed nearly 375 million years ago and have been shaped by millions of years of rainfall.

Cathedral Gorge - Bungle Bungle Range - Western Australia

Cathedral Gorge (Bungle Bungles Range/Purnululu National Park) - Kimberley Region Of Western Australia)

Spectacular aerial view of the Bungle Bungles in Purnululu National Park of Western Australia's Kimberley region.

Aerial View of the Bungle Bungles in Purnululu National Park, Australia. The rocky mounds of the Bungle Bungles have unique black and orange stripes, caused by the black lichen and the orange silica.

Wave Rock, Western Australia

The Wave on Hyden Rock , WA, is one of Australia's most famous landforms, a giant surf wave of multicoloured granite about to crash onto the bush below. 350 kilometres east of Perth, Western Australia.

Appearing like giant beehives, these dome-shaped towers are in Australia’s Bungle Bungle Range.

10 miraculous mountains that prove nature is crazy

Appearing like giant beehives, these dome-shaped towers are in Australia’s Bungle Bungle Range.

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