Emerald Waters ~ Karijini National Park, Australia

Emerald waters in Australia's most exclusive waterhole, Karijini National Park, Australia.

Inside the natural amphitheatre of Cathedral Gorge in the Bungle Bungles, Western Australia.

épinglé par ❃❀CM❁✿⊱Inside the natural amphitheatre of Cathedral Gorge in the Bungle Bungles, Western Australia.

Blue Sky, Red Sand by aabzimaging. Mangroves at Roebuck Bay in Broome, Western Australia

Blue Sky, Red Sand by aabzimaging. Mangroves at Roebuck Bay in Broome, Western Australia

Australia Travel Inspiration - Merten Falls, Kimberly, Western Australia | by Benjamín James Kuapinski Photography

Australia Travel Inspiration - Merten Falls, Kimberly, Western Australia by Benjamín James Kuapinski Photography

Uluru, Australia | Incredible Pictures Uluru also known as Ayers Rock and officially gazetted as Uluru / Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone rock formation in the southern part of the Northern Territory, central Australia

Uluru , also known as Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone rock formation in the southern part of the Northern Territory, central Australia. It lies 335 km mi) south west of the nearest large town.

Rain transitions the famous Uluru rock from red to blue. Photograph by Julie Fletcher

Rain transitions the famous Uluru rock from red to blue, Australia. Photograph by Julie Fletcher.

Colours of the ages - Gantheaume Point in Broome, Western Australia Lux events inspiration

The artist's palette of Broome - images from my three days in the West Kimberley.

This image was taken when 50 members of the Australian Geographic Society travelled to central Australia to celebrate the life and work of pioneer roadbuilder Len Beadell. Photo Credit: Peter McNeill

Aussie deserts: Our outback scenes - Australian Geographic (photo credit: Peter McNeill)

Rabbit Proof Fence - I learned about this in a Vet Tech class. Rabbits were brought to Australia in the 1700s on ships. They are not indigenous. As an attempt to control their spread into pastoral areas and the incredible damage they cause to the local ecology, fences were built.

Rabbit Proof Fence Rabbits were brought to Australia in the on ships. They are not indigenous. As an attempt to control their spread into pastoral areas and the incredible damage they cause to the local ecology, fences were built.

natgeotravel: Rain transitions the famous Uluru rock from red to blue. Photograph by Julie Fletcher

Rain transitions the famous Uluru rock from red to blue, Australia. Photograph by Julie Fletcher.

El Questro Station, or to give it its true name El Questro Wilderness Park, is an oasis in the rugged and beautiful Kimberley region. Located 100 km west of Kununurra, which if travelling by road is 58 km on the sealed Great Northern Highway, the rest of the drive is on the graded gravel Gibb River Road. Kununurra is serviced by regular domestic flights from Perth, Darwin and Broome.

El Questro Station, or to give it its true name El Questro Wilderness Park, is an oasis in the rugged and beautiful Kimberley region. Located 100 km west of Kununurra, which if travelling by road is 58 km on the sealed Great Northern Highway, the rest of

Mount Nameless near the town of Tom Price in Pilbara, Western Australia by Christian Fletcher

*The Way Outback -AUSTRALIA~Mount Nameless near the town of Tom Price in Pilbara, Western Australia by Christian Fletcher

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Road to Kata Tjuta,in the Red Centre of Australia - and yes the dirt really is that colour!

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