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Australia Travalogue
Australia Travalogue
Australia Travalogue
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Australia Travalogue
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Australia Travalogue
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Australia Travalogue
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Australia Travalogue
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  • 1. The Blue Mountain National Park
  • 2. Mt. Kosciuszko the Highest Mountain in Australia
  • 3. Tasmanian Devils
  • 4. The tall tree walk which is at tree top level and here cantilever's out over a stream
  • 5. Glass Mountain near Brisbane
  • 6. Oldest bridge in Australia at Richmond, Tasmania
  • 7. Wombat
  • 8. Cradle Mt. National Park
  • 9. Coober Pedy is a opal mining area with a very hostile climate
  • 10. Coober Pedy underground bookstore
  • 11. Along the southern Coast line along the Nullarbor which is a treeless plain
  • 12. Coast line in West Australia in Esperance NP
  • 13. Wave Rock , in the interior of Western Australia
  • 14. Natural Bridge near Albany
  • 15. Elephant Rocks Western Australia
  • 16. Pinnacles National Park
  • 17. There are a number of pink and purple lakes in Western Australia
  • 18. Stromatolites, a simple bacteria growth. They occur here because of the high salt content in the water.
  • 19. Millions of little shells which were used as building materials in the early days
  • 20. Termite Mound
  • 21. Baobab tree
  • 22. Flash Flood
  • 23. Bungle Bungles
  • 24. The famous Gibb River Road Washington Falls
  • 25. Mitchell Falls on the Mitchell Plateau in the Kimberlies in the North Territories
  • 26. Falls In Kakadu
  • 27. Edith Falls
  • 28. Marble rocks
  • 29. Olga Rocks north of Ayers Rock
  • 30. Ayers Rock
  • 31. Red soil of the outback
  • 32. Dingo a wild dog which is a cross between a dog and a wolf. They can not bark but can howl.
  • 33. Kings Canyon called the Grand Canyon of Australia
  • 34. There are many wild camels in Australia. They were imported because of the rugged climate and many got loose and are wild or are ranged like cattle and sometimes rounded up.
  • 35. McDonnel Range
  • 36. The famous Alice Springs telegraph station
  • 37. Barron Falls
  • 38. Rain forest in the Cape York area
  • 39. Gold Coast
  • 40. Natural Bridge, Tasmanian Arch
  • 41. Huge Swamp Gum Tree at 74 meters or 243 feet
  • 42. Cassawarie, not many left in the wild
  • 43. All images & music from the net.

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