Great barrier Reef - Queensland Australia

Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia by Scott Sporleder. The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest organically formed structure. I have also been here at the Great Barrier Reef truly a wonder to see. Luv Australia been there twice.

Outback, Australia, rare and remote area with lots of typical red sand.

Outback, Australia, rare and remote area with lots of typical red sand ~ www.nl ~ for the best customized tours & tips in Nice, France ~ delicious healthy recipes created & home made by Elky ~ food.

Australian Blue Salt Fields by Simon Butterworth

Australian Blue Salt Fields by Simon Butterworth

Simon Butterworth - Blue Fields Photographer Simon Butterworth has beautifully captured the Useless Loop solar salt operation in Shark Bay, Australia to create a stunning aerial photography series.

Aussie slang

"Speaking 'Strayan - The Exchange — Contiki Tours" ok, I've been caught saying a few of these.

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Our Favorite Hidden Gems in Australia

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Great Barrier Reef infographic

Fascinating infographic showcasing some fast facts about one of the world's most remarkable wonders - The Great Barrier Reef.

Flinders Ranges National Park, South Australia

A rugged, 540 million-year-old landscape. Ruins of early homesteads and gnarled gum trees… Wilpena Pound, Flinders Ranges, is a fascinating place. Millions of years of erosion has created a …

Raised Queenslander. Love how they've kept the downstairs left side open as a verander/outdoor living area.

Love how they've kept the downstairs left side open as a verander/outdoor living area.

An old Queenslander home - up high to catch the breezes, verandahs to keep the house cool- just right for the tropics.

An old Queenslander home - built high to catch the breezes, verandahs to keep the house cool, just right for the tropics.

Early morning catches the bark of a ghost gum and the domes of Kata Tjuta in full splendour. I had the permission of local Aboriginal elders to photograph here, and it was out of respect for their traditional beliefs that I purposely included more than just one of Kata Tjuta’s domes in the composition. But this was back in the days before bureaucrats began over-regulating this national park. Nowadays, ninety-five percent of the Kata Tjuta area, including the location pictured here.

Early morning catches the bark of a ghost gum and the domes of Kata Tjuta, Central Australia.

Lake Eyre, Outback South Australia. The wind speaks in waves.The mountains listen. Domed citadel of sky breaks even in patterns of shell and storm-laden sand...

One of many dry salt lakes in SA. In July 1964 Donald Campbell set a land speed record of 429 MPH at Lake Eyre in his car Bluebird.

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