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Bunks in the closet, leaves the rest of the room as a play area. This is a GREAT idea! I would take the doors off though. Maybe cute curtains instead. I used to love hanging out in my closet. And to free up the room for more play area?

The Natural Beauty Of Australia is Priceless ..Joffre Falls, Western Australia

Joffre Falls, The view down to Joffre Falls is spectacular and only a short walk from the car park. Joffre Gorge is 1 of the 6 gorges in the Karijini National Park, WA. Joffre Falls is a tall and attractive seasonal waterfall that tumbles into a natural a

~~Ominous ~ beachscape, Rottnest Island, Western Australia – a break in the stormy weather by Heather Prince ( Hartkamp )~~

Rottnest Island, Western Australia -Beautiful shot with beautiful colours. Love to attribute if you know the artist.

Dust devil - Northam, west Australia

In this photo, taken near Northam in Western Australia, you will see a small tornado raising dust. Such tornadoes are short-lived and do not cause major damage.

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.

Giant Lifesavers! - Perth, Australia

Sculpture by the Sea - artists transform Perth’s beach (Cottesloe ) into a sculpture park overlooking the Indian Ocean.

The Swan Bell, Perth, Australia

Another city in Australia. This time Perth March The Swan Bell, Perth, Australia

✿ڿڰۣ(̆̃̃❤Aussiegirl #Australia  Kelpie working the sheep, at Shearing Shed, Yallingup, Western Australia

Australian Kelpie - working the sheep. The Kelpie is an Australian sheep dog successful at mustering and droving with little or no command guidance. They are medium-sized dogs and come in a variety of colours.

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.

Boranup Forest, Margaret River, Western Australia

Boranup Forest, Boranup, Australia — by Caz and Craig @yTravelBlog