Western Australia

“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm, and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.”


– Jawaharial Nehru
On my way to Rottnest Island outside of Perth.
Pink lakes all around the island.
Feeding a Joey at the rescue center called Greenough Wildlife and Bird Park.
Alpaccas <3
The Pinnacles in Nambung National Park.
Hamelin Pool – stromatolites, some of the oldest organisms on Earth.
Kalbarri Castle Cove.
Shark Bay.
Shell beach.
We made a visit to the Hutt River Province, a farm that became a country. 
Always being far away from civilisation. 
Kangaroos enjoying the shade when the temperature reached 43 degrees.
Bottlenose dolphins in Monkey Mia.
Turquoise Bay.
Nature’s Window in Kalbarri National Park.
Vlamingh Head lighthouse.
Charles Knife Canyon.

I’m still mesmerised by the beauty of Western Australia. It’s very different compared to the East Coast, and therefore I always recommend travellers to visit both coasts if they have the opportunity. I’m definitely coming back one day, and that time I’ll travel the south-west of Australia! I also have Tasmania, Alice Springs and Melbourne on the bucket list. Thankfully I’ll have a lot of time to do all these travels hehe.

Have a great Monday!

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4 Comments

  1. The pictures are all so very beautiful, but it also seems that Australia is dangerous, full of things with thorns, poison and such stuff… : )

  2. Det är så ödsligt, inga människor! Är det så på riktigt eller låter du bli att fota dem? Vackert iallafall!

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