Karijini NP, Western Australia.

The beautiful emerald water at Karijini National Park in Western Australia -- photo: Ken Duncan.

The naturally pink Lake Hillier, Middle Island, Western Australia.

Unusual Pink Colored Lake Hillier in Australia

The naturally pink Lake Hillier, Middle Island, Western Australia. Lake Hillier is pink, too but it's not pictured here. These are a few pink lakes around the world.

Karijini National Park, Western Australia

Karijini National Park, Western Australia:: Amazing places::places I want to go:: Vacation spots::canyons::waterfalls::nature::

El Questro Homestead hotel - The Kimberley, Australia - Smith Hotels

El Questro Homestead, The Kimberley, Australia

El Questro Wilderness Park Homestead is near the town of Kununurra in the Northern part of Western Australia - ideal spot.

The Kimberley, Western Australia

See our 14 Day Kimberley Cruise price and dates. Cruise from Broome on the award winning Kimberley Quest, book online today.

Wave Rock is an unusual landform located near the wheatbelt town of Hyden, in Western Australia. About 14 meters high and 110m long, Wave rock is composed of granite formed 2700 million years ago.

The Wave (between Arizona and Utah - USA) A red-rock stunner on the border of Arizona and Utah, The Wave is made of sand dunes that have turned to rock. This little-known formation is accessible only on foot via a three-mile hike and highly regulated.

Australia’s most spectacular meteorite craters

Australia’s most spectacular meteorite craters

Wolfe Creek Crater, Australia Wolfe Creek Crater is a well-preserved meteorite impact crater (astrobleme) in Western Australia. It is accessed via the Tanami Road 150 km (93 mi) south of the town of Halls Creek. The crater is central to the Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater National Park.

Wolfe Creek Crater, Australia Wolfe Creek Crater is a well-preserved meteorite impact crater (astrobleme) in Western Australia. It is accessed via the Tanami Road 150 km mi) south of the town of Halls Creek. The crater is central to the Wolfe Creek Me

The ancient limestone formations known as "The Pinaccles" in Western Australia.

Walking Amongst The Pinnacles in Western Australia

Western Australia is full of incredible landscapes. And the ancient limestone formations known as The Pinnacles add another dimension to this great state.

Wolfe Creek Crater, Western Australia.

Wolfe Creek Crater, WA, is the second largest meteorite crater in the world at over 800 metres wide and 50 metres deep. To the Aboriginal people, this big hole in the ground is where a legendary snake appeared out of the desert.

The Super pit, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia

Superpit Gold mine, Kalgoorlie, WA Mining is the source of income for so many in W. These massive mines are really a man made 'wonder' of the world.

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