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The enormous #CathedralGorge is one of the best places in Australia to test out your vocal cords and shout out "cooeee" - due to its incredible natural acoustics. You'll find this awe-inspiring natural amphitheatre in @westernaustralia's #Purnululu National Park, which is located in the East Kimberley, around 100km from Halls Creek and 250km from Kununurra. Photo: @aptouring

The enormous is one of the best places in Australia to test out your vocal cords and shout out "cooeee" - due to its incredible natural acoustics. You'll find this awe-inspiring natural amphitheatre in Nation

Aerial View of the Bungle Bungles | ©Peter Nijenhuis (Purnululu National Park, Halls Creek, Western Australia) The Bungle Bungle Range is composed of Devonian-age quartz sandstone eroded over a period of 20 million years into a series of beehive-shaped rocky mounds, whose steeply sloping surfaces are distinctly marked by regular horizontal bands of dark-grey cyanobacterial crust and orange silica. Reference: [1]

Aerial View of the Bungle Bungles in Purnululu National Park, Australia. The rocky mounds of the Bungle Bungles have unique black and orange stripes, caused by the black lichen and the orange silica.

Halls Creek Western Australia

Halls Creek Western Australia

Boab Tree Halls Creek

Boab Tree Halls Creek

China Wall, near Halls Creek, Australia. My husband and I hiked along this natural stone wall while on a missions trip. Beautiful!

China Wall, near Halls Creek, Australia. My husband and I hiked along this natural stone wall while on a missions trip.

Caroline Pool, Halls Creek WA. Photograph by Bev Corbellini

Photograph by Bev Corbellini

Panning for Gold, Elvire River, Old Halls Creek, Kimberley, Western Australia / By: Richard Ashworth

Elderly Man Panning for Gold, Elvire River, Old Halls Creek, Kimberley, Western Australia By: Richard Ashworth

Wolfe Creek Crater, Western Australia! Caused meteorite crashed to Earth around 300,000 years ago. It would have weighed more than 50,000 tonnes and is thought to have been travelling at 15 kilometres a second, a speed that would have taken it across Aus

Caused meteorite crashed to Earth around years ago. It would have weighed more than tonnes and is thought to have been travelling at 15 kilometres a second, a speed that would have taken it across Aus

Bungle Bungle Nationalpark, Halls Creek, Kimberley, Australien

bungle bungle national park halls creek kimberley australia 25 Mind Blowing Aerial Photographs Around the World

Halls Creek, Australia.

Halls Creek, Australia.

WA Zoologist: Maps of Western Australia-near Halls Creek

WA Zoologist: Maps of Western Australia-near Halls Creek

Black-breasted Kite (Hamirostra melanosternon), Duncan Road, Halls Creek Shire, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia

Bondrée ou Milan à plastron // Black-breasted Kite (Hamirostra melanosternon)

Kimberley Hotel Halls Creek, Australia

Kimberley Hotel Halls Creek, Australia


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