Colours of Kalgoorlie

Everything that Kalgoorlie is famous for pales in comparison to the beauty of the landscape that surrounds the town. So many tourists visit the mining town, marvel at the touristy…
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The Super Pit

The Kalgoorlie Super Pit The largest open cut gold mine in Australia and bordering (literally) the goldfields town of Kalgoorlie, the Super Pit is deeper than the city of Perth…
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Lake Ballard

The people of Menzies Out in the middle of the desert is a salt lake. On that salt lake are 51 statues created by an artist in 2003. It is…
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Barrup Peninsular

Many people would know of Barrup Peninsular for the wrong reasons. Just over the hill from Hearsons cove is some of the heaviest industry in Western Australia. So heavy that…
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Cape Range National Park

Cape Range National Park, home to Ningaloo reef and a restricted U.S. military base. I have not spent much time here mainly because every time I do, it is hotter…
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Sand Dunes of Cervantes

White Sands Cervantes holds a secret that most overlook. Apart from the incredible Pinnacles, there are also expansive white sand dunes that form landscapes that capture imagination. Being so close…
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Kalbarri National Park

Kalbarri is known for many things. Many great things. The icing on the cake however is Natures Window, a naturally formed stone arch perched high above, over-looking the gorges of…
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Cable Beach

The world famous Cable Beach is wedged between the Indian Ocean and an ever growing suburb of luxury resorts. A lot of its fame really comes down to good marketing.…
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Coconut Well

About half an hours drive north of Broome, and a short walk across some dunes, you can find the incredible Coconut Well. It is an outcrop of rock situated on…
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