Sydney, Australia The Barrenjoey Head lighthouse was the third light constructed on the Barrenjoey, New South Wales headland, and was completed in 1881. Designed by NSW colonial architect James Barnet, its construction cost £13,695, plus £2,210 for the lamp. At an elevation of 113 m, it is visible to a distance of 19 nautical miles (35 km; 22 mi) out to sea.

Barrenjoey Lighthouse - Sydney, Australia I used to live near this area (Palm Beach). It was a heck of a walk up there but well worth the effort. The sandstone is very prevalent in NSW buildings and it's really lovely.

Wedding Cake Rock – The 50-metre sandstone ledge, known as Wedding Cake Rock, is located along an already popular walking track in the Royal National Park - one hour south of Sydney.

Australia - Wedding Cake Rock – The sandstone ledge, known as Wedding Cake Rock, is located along an already popular walking track in the Royal National Park - one hour south of Sydney.

Little Salmon Bay, Rottnest Island, Western Australia

Why Rottnest Island Should Be On Your Australian Bucket List

Jervis Bay, Australia

Camping at Jervis Bay south coast of NSW Australia.just the whitest sand

Wollongong Lighthouse - Wollongong, NSW, Australia

Wollongong Headland Lighthouse Wollongong, NSW, Australia (love the cannons!

Australian aboriginal man

" We are strangers here now . But the white tribe are strangers . We belong here .

Wollongong Aerial | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Wollongong is a coastal city, south of Sydney, NSW, Australia

Férias

Whitehaven beach at Whitsunday Island in Australia - The "rare bird" where the water is warm, the air is hot but the gentle breeze makes the combination totally irresistible.

And the Botanic Gardens are super pretty. | 16 Reasons Wollongong Is The Happiest City In Australia

16 Reasons Wollongong Is The Happiest City In Australia

Australian Aboriginal with his wind instrument; a Didgeridoo. It is blown into making assorted drone sounds. Very essential in many Aboriginal ceremonies.

Aboriginal people are the native people of Australia so I think that they represent the identity of Australia well.

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