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Oxers Lookout in the Karijini National Park, Western Australia.

Oxers Lookout in the Karijini National Park, Western Australia. Find wonderful holidays in Australia with experts in adventure travel:.

(Jim jim falls) The Jim Jim Falls is a plunge waterfall on the Jim Jim Creek that descends over the Arnhem Land escarpment within the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory of Australia.it was formed over time by the constant flow of water eroding the sold Rock and the would would erode away all the soft rock. It has its shape because it takes long to erode hard rock.

✔️Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu National Park,Kakadu, Australia: just magnificent!

Mt Anne illuminated by the sun's morning warmth, South-West National Park, Tasmania, Australia

Mt Anne illuminated by the sun's morning warmth, South-West National Park, Tasmania, Australia HoHo Pics

Beauty Waterhole - #WesternAustralia - Karijini National Park is a National Park centred in the Hamersley Ranges of the Pilbara region in northwestern Western Australia (Australia).

Emerald waters in Australia's most exclusive waterhole, Karijini National Park, Australia.

"The Royal National Park, Australia’s oldest National Park is situated only an hour south of Sydney. The park’s diversity is in its coastal cliffs surrounded by sandy beaches and mountainous sandstone ridges with deep river valleys that are home to a mixture of Eucalyptus woodlands & temperate rainforest. If your timing is right, consider a Moonwalk in the park."

The Royal National Park, Australia’s oldest National Park is situated only an hour south of Sydney. 33 Things to Do in Sydney

Yellow Water Billabong. Kakadu National Park, Australia

Kakadu National Park, Australia (Northern Territory, not far from Darwin)

Western Australia, East Kimberley, Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungles). Layered sandstone domes beside Piccanniny Creek, dawn.

East Kimberley~Purnululu National Park~Bungle Bungles~Layered sandstone domes beside Piccanniny Creek~Western Australia

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