The Quokka, known as 'the happiest animal in the world', is native to small islands off the coast of Western Australia.

The Quokka, known as 'the happiest animal in the world', is native to small islands off the coast of Western Australia. All i can think of is Ice Age, Continental Drift

The best things to do in Melbourne #Australia

The 50 Best Things to Do in Melbourne

A quokka ... check out that smile. You'll find these little guys off the coast of Western Australia.

Meet The Happiest Animal In The World

The quokka is a small marsupial about size of a domestic cat. Quokkas live on some smaller islands off the coast of Western Australia, in particular on Rottnest Island. The quokka has no fear of humans and it is common for it to approach them closely.

Tidal Waterfalls at Wyadup Rocks - Margaret River Region, Western Australia by Christian Fletcher.

Tidal Waterfalls at Wyadup Rocks - Margaret River Region, Western Australia // Christian Fletcher.

Look no further than this natural spa in Wyadup. The hidden gem can be found in the #MargaretRiver region of Australia's South West, located only a three hour drive south of #Perth.

Look no further than this natural spa in Wyadup. The hidden gem can be found in the Margaret River region of Australia's South West, located only a three hour drive south of Perth.


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