Kalbarri National Park, Perth | Peter Stewart

Peaking through the gap of a rock formation at Kalbarri National Park, Western Australia Peter Stewart

The Wave on Hyden Rock is one of Australia's most famous landforms, a giant surf wave of multicoloured granite about to crash onto the bush below. 350 kilometres east of Perth, Western Australia.

The Wave on Hyden Rock , WA, is one of Australia's most famous landforms, a giant surf wave of multicoloured granite about to crash onto the bush below. 350 kilometres east of Perth, Western Australia.

Belvoir Amphitheater in Perth, Australia - it's now on the list!

Belvoir Amphitheater in Perth, Australia Established in 1830 and outdoor venue used for concerts, weddings, and other events houses of the arts.

Elephant Rocks - William Bay National Park WA (for more see www.OutofSightTours.com)

Elephant Rocks

Australia Travel Inspiration - Elephant Rocks - William Bay National Park WA (for more see www.

Shark Bay, Western Australia, is well-known for its very huge area of sea grass meadows which is the largest in the world. Shark Bay is found on the westernmost point of the Australian continent. About 800 kilometres north of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia.  About 323 fish species, 230 bird species, 150 reptiles species and 26 threatened Australian mammal species inhabit the bay.

Big Lagoon in Francois Peron National Park, Shark Bay, Western Australia

Shell Beach Monkey Mia, Shark Bay, Western  Australia....there are lots of beaches named "Shell Beach", but this one is actually made of nothing but shells!

Shell Beach, Shark Bay - one of only two shell beaches in the world. We will be visiting when we drive from Exmouth to Monkey Mia.

5 Quirky Things to Do in Perth

Gnomesville – The Magical Place Where Gnomes Live. South of Perth Western Australia where visitors the world over have visited and left a Gnome or Gnomes to live beneath the trees alongside the highway with fellow travelling Gnomes.

Busselton Underwater Observatory à Busselton, WA

See 16 photos from 114 visitors to Busselton Underwater Observatory.


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