by Ken Duncan photography - Known locally as ‘The Spa’, this delightful chamber in Western Australia´s Hamersley Gorge beckons the visitor Spring-fed, it is wonderfully cool, a refuge from the burning heat of the surrounding Pilbara.
The Totem Pole as seen from the front. The Totem Pole is a 65 metres ft) sea stack on the island of Tasmania, Australia. It is one of the most distinctive rock climbing routes in the world, with hundreds of climbers attempting to climb it every year.
A secret gem for remote relaxation Mataranka Thermal Pool, Mataranka, NT Franks calls this natural spring “magical,” scoring it a “The water is around 34 degrees and you are surrounded by beautiful forest, you feel like you’re in the middle of nowhere.
The abandoned scoria quarry in the foreground reveals the core of the volcanic cone at Mt Elephant in Derrinallum (Victoria, Australia). The erupted lava breached the cone at the left. (Credit: Don Fuchs/Australian Geographic)
Numinbah Section, Springbrook National Park: Located in the foothills of the famously beautiful south-east Queensland’s Border Ranges, the Numinbah section of Springbrook National Park protects a range of plants and animals, and sparkling waterways. Rugged mountain scenery makes this a...