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Beautiful white sand beaches, exhilarating blow holes, steep peaks and windy walks, rocks that look like elephants and incredibly tall trees. Welcome to Western Australia.
Just three hours drive north of Perth and on the edge of the idyllic coastline that sits at the edge of the Indian Ocean, you can visit the Moon.
An emu racing a tour bus, a lioness hunting a pigeon that almost got too close and a twerking policeman at Notting Hill Carnival.
Incredibly Naked Eye Travel has been going (just over) a year. Time flies when you’re having fun, and I’ve certainly enjoyed recounting some of my favourite travel stories here.
This week’s picture was taken in King’s Park in Perth, Australia. Congratulations if you got it right – Where in the World? will be back next Thursday.
The Valley of the Giants, based in the lost era of Gondwana. The publicity around Western Australia’s Tree Top Walk has more than an air of Jurassic Park about it.
Where in the World? was this picture taken? It’s the Pinnacles in Western Australia – did you get it right?
Australia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Glorious beaches, welcoming people and a huge, great rock in the middle.