Karri (Eucalyptus diversicolor), in Western Australia, grow up to 90 meters, Karri trees stand amongst the tallest species on earth
Bluff Knoll rises to 1099 metres (3606 feet) above sea level in the Stirling Range in Western Australia. Its aboriginal name Koikyennuruff describes the “place of ever-moving about mist and fog.” Bluff Knoll is one of only a few places to receive regular snowfalls in most years in Western Australia (WA). Stirling Range National Park was declared in 1913 and is now an ecological island in a sea of farmland. 1500 species of flora are packed within the park, more than in the entire British…
Surf the waves on Australia's famous surfing spots. First-class waves depending on your surfing abilities are seen all throughout Australia such as Bells.
Tingle Tingle Tree, Valley of the Giants, Western Australia
The gap, or famous as The Natural Bridge.
Largest and the most ancient of the Eucalyptus tree family.
For the southwest WA coastal town of Albany, whale hunting represents the area’s oldest industry, stretching back as far as the Century when as many as 850
The remote Kimberley region in Western Australia features dramatic landscapes filled with river gorges and sandstone formations that were featured in the 2008 film The Kimberley is also home to the massive boab tree, close relative of the African