Awe-inspiring Australia

Australia may not have the world’s highest mountain, longest river, deepest canyon. It doesn’t even, despite 70 per cent of its landmass being arid, have the longest desert in the world. Yet this ancient continent, which has some of the oldest land surfaces on earth, abounds with scenic wonders. Scenic Wonders that are both breathtakingly beautiful and awe-inspiring in their magnificence. These include imposing canyons, immerse rock outcrops, spectacular waterfalls, subterranean caverns, and some of the worlds most exquisite beaches. And to conclude the scenic wonders that can be found in Western Australia will please most Eco tourists

Scenic Wonders Western Australia.

The Pinnacles, Nambung National Park, Western Australia

A fantastic forest of stone columns has been weathered into weird and wonderful shapes by wing blown sand.

Geikie Gorge, Geikie George National Park, Western Australia

Striking coloured 30-m-high limestone cliffs carved from an ancient coral reef by the Fitzroy River.

Junction Pool Lookout, Karijini National Park, Western Australia.

Offers an awe-inspiring view from the rim of Hancock Gorge into three dramatic chasms in the Hamersley Range.

Bungle Bungle Range, Purnululu National Park, Western Australia

This remote range is made up of hundreds of striped, beehive-shaped peaks.

Elephant Rocks, William Bay National Park, Western Australia

Huge granite boulders resemble a herd of elephants lumbering out to sea

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