Monkey Mia, Western Australia.

Monkey Mia, Western Australia - What I like about this photo is how it shows that the reflection is tainted by the colour of the water, a difficult thing for painters to master.

Pinnacles in Cervantes, Western Australia, Nambung National Park

EC: Battleground Secondary Setting: Australia, the great outback, is the location of the great battle that takes place in book

Bottlenose Dolphin. wild bottlenose dolphins coming to shore at Monkey Mia, Shark Bay in Western Australia.

This is not from seaworld, wild bottlenose dolphins coming to shore at Monkey Mia, Shark Bay in Western Australia.

Swimming with wild dolphins at Monkey Mia - Western Australia

Dolphin feeding at Monkey Mia, Shark Bay in Western Australia

wild dolphins visit the shallows of Monkey Mia in Shark Bay, Western Australia.

Every day, wild dolphins visit the shallows of Monkey Mia in Shark Bay, Western Australia.

Kalbarri, Australia - Not far from Geraldton on the Western Australia coastline is the town of Kalbarri, home to the Kalbarri National Park. This park has coastline which will be oddly familar to anyone who has done the Great Ocean Road drive in Victoria, but without the hordes of tourists ;) There's also the fabulous inland national park which has gorgeous geology and scenery which is worth exploring.

Kalbarri, Australia — by Laurence Norah

Kalbarri, Australia - Not far from Geraldton on the Western Australia coastline is the town of Kalbarri, home to the Kalbarri National Park.

Beautiful Australia... Ningaloo Reef, 1200km north of Perth. Via Australia/Facebook

Travel Australia: Ningaloo Reef is Australia’s largest and most accessible fringing reef. Ningaloo Reef extends 10 nautical miles seaward and encompasses over square kilometres of ocean.

Public loo, Geraldton #geraldton #western #australia

Original pinner: The most colorful and trendy toilet Ive ever seen so far in a public open space.

The dolphins coming to shore at Monkey Mia, Western Australia

The dolphins coming to shore at Monkey Mia, Western Australia - a desert paradise. omg i how the dolphins r so close!

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