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A giant granite flared slope. Wave Rock (Rock Ola), Western Australia. One of the oldest rocks on Earth. Its distinctive shape is caused by erosion of 60 million years. Photo: Getty Images

Wave Rock Festival | Personal Ashtrays | Butt Litter Free | Eco-friendly Music Festivals | Keep Australia Beautiful

Wave Rock Festival has reordered No BuTTs Pocket Ashtrays for their music festival to be held in late September at the world famous Wave Rock formation in Western Australia

Whitehaven Beach, Australia

DestinationPix 🌍🌎🌏 on Instagram: “Whitehaven Beach, Australia.Photo by @paulmp #earthtravelpix . . . . #gopro #pet #adventure #nature #wonderful_earthlife #animalsfocus…”

4,526 Likes, 50 Comments - DestinationPix 🌍🌎🌏 (@destinationpix) on Instagram: “Whitehaven Beach, Australia.Photo by @paulmp #earthtravelpix . . . . #gopro #pet #adventure #nature…”

Would like to see someday... Cape Pillar Sea Cave, Tasmania, Australia (photo by mrfuller)

Cape Pillar Sea Cave

These pillars are overwhelming, at 300m high. [Learn more at michaelfuller.ca | Follow me on Twitter or Facebook | Photo-adventures and philosophies in your inbox]

Wedding Cake Rock – The 50-metre sandstone ledge, known as Wedding Cake Rock, is located along an already popular walking track in the Royal National Park - one hour south of Sydney.

BITE INTO WEDDING CAKE ROCK -

Today it's all about Wedding Cake Rock. Can you also put your hand up and say you've never heard of it? By the end of this post you'll know all about it

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

Bungles domes 2 - image by Australian photographer Grant Dixon

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

Shell Beach Western Australia-I want to go back!!!!

Shark Bay World Heritage Discovery & Visitor Centre - Shark Bay Discovery & Visitor Centre

Shark Bay Discovery & Visitor Centre

Lake Hillier, Middle Island, Western Australia

SALTY WiNGS on Instagram: “An island so rugged only a pirate could endure ☠️. . . #saltywings #dailyoverview #middleisland #lakehillier #esperancetide…”

8,837 Likes, 251 Comments - SALTY WiNGS (@saltywings) on Instagram: “An island so rugged only a pirate could endure ☠️. . . #saltywings #dailyoverview #middleisland…”

Freycinet Wine Glass Bay Coles Bay, Tasmania - Freycinet National Park, Accommodation Activities & Events

Freycinet National Park

Wineglass Bay COLES BAY & THE FREYCINET PENINSULA, TASMANIA Coles Bay and Freycinet . . . the Place to Stay Relax in the beauty of the Freycinet Peninsula

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!

Perth to Broome 'Coastal Bliss'

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!

Kalbarri National Park in Western Australia has great walks and rock formations, stunning red coastal cliffs, and further south you'll find Hutt Lagoon, home of the pink lakes. This is stop 8 on the Broome to Perth Drive.

Budget campervan hire: the best way to see Australia

Kalbarri National Park in Western Australia has great walks and rock formations, stunning red coastal cliffs, and further south you'll find Hutt Lagoon, home of the pink lakes. This is stop 8 on the Broome to Perth Drive.

Mungo National Park, NSW, Australia it's like you've arrived on another planet!

Australia on Instagram: “When you step foot into #MungoNationalPark, it's like you've arrived on another planet! 🌕 @donaldhyip captured this astonishing shot when…”

69.1k Likes, 387 Comments - Australia (@australia) on Instagram: “When you step foot into #MungoNationalPark, it's like you've arrived on another planet! 🌕…”

Deep in Tasmania’s Styx Valley wilderness area, discover a centuries-old forest housing the world’s tallest hardwood trees like the 84m tall Gandalf’s Staff

Styx Valley – Tasmania’s Valley of the Giants

Want to venture deep into a centuries-old forest? In Tasmania's Styx Valley you can, and on the way you'll discover the world's tallest hardwod trees and secluded waterfalls.