The landscape of Western Australia

In the three weeks of our journey up the west coast of Australia we covered 6000km and watched the landscape change from rugged cliffs to flatlands to gorges to desert to the tropical forests of the north.  Watching the shifting land was fascinating and gave a feel for the enormity of the country.

Sandy dunes at the Pinnacles, close to Perth.

Corrugated red dirt road in Kalbarry National Park.  Flat scrublands where emus and wallabies would often run out in front of the car.

Grass tree in Kalbarry (left) and Baobs at sunrise (right)

Rocks forming an amphitheatre close to Kunnunuru.
Winding road and bright colours of the red earth, green trees and yellow bushes.

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