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A little stretch of coastal perfection: Cape to Cape track, Margaret River, WA.

A hike into ultra luxury

A cruise in the Kimberley in North Western Australia past Steep Island

The Mitchell Falls chopper flight allows for spectacular aerial views of the Falls in the Kimberley

On the way to the King George Falls in the Kimberley, on board the National Geographic Orion

The National Geographic Orion departs from Broome and cruises up the Kimberley coast to Darwin

A helicopter trip over the Hunter River in the Kimberley is launched from the beach of Naturaliste Island

Zodiac boats head into the Horizontal falls at full throttle to avoid the powerful tidal currents

A cool swim in the Crocodile Creek is part of the National Geographic Orion tour of the Kimberley

Atop the Kimberley in North Western Australia, a view of the King George Falls

True North cruise helicopter picnic in the Kimberley

Australia’s 10 most lip-smacking gourmet holiday adventures

The 11-day 'Kimberley Dreaming' cruise on board the National Geographic Orion departs from Broome to Darwain and vice versa

Adcock Gorge, Gibb River Road, Kimberley

The 7 wonders of Kimberley’s Gibb River Road

Bell Gorge, Gibb River Road, Kimberley

The 7 wonders of Kimberley’s Gibb River Road

Busselton Jetty, the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. Almost 2km long. Western Australia

WAtoday - Breaking News from Perth & Western Australia

Busselton Jetty is the longest wooden jetty (pier) in the southern hemisphere,[1] stretching almost 2 km out to sea from the town of Busselton, Western Australia. Because the shallow waters of Geographe Bay restricted ship movement, a long jetty was required so that the cut timber could be transported to the ships.

Busselton Jetty

Busselton jetty, WA. AUS

On four failed attempts to leave Perth in my twenties

The Kimberley West Australia

Catching waves: A four-metre saltwater crocodile which prompted authorities to close Broome's popular Cable Beach.

  • Julie D

    Looks more like he's dominating the surf like a pro than lurking about :)

Wow - Shark Bay, Western Australia, largest seagrass bed in the world. #stage #australia #traineeships #internships #travel #stage #buitenland

Bizarre and unusual destinations around the world

Waterfall Beach is located in William Bay National Park, Denmark, Western Australia

Waterfall Beach

Joanne Oliver | Cape Leveque, WA The brilliant colours of the Kimberley...

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Sonja Mitchell | Flying over Lake Argyle, WA

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Shasa Michael Photography | Point Picquet, WA Into the blue.

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