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.
Horizontal Falls, Australia / "Despite their name, the Horizontal Falls aren’t actual waterfalls but a very fast moving tidal flow between two narrow gorges. As the tides in the Kimberley can run up to 10 metres, the flow on a large tide is spectacular”