The column and table formed as water dripped from the ceiling of the cave and settled on the water of the lake in the bottom on the cave. As time went by the level of the water in the lake dropped and left a floating table. A very unique and spectacular sight. … More Landscape photo of the day – Lake Cave, floating table
When he was placed on the ground, this shingleback lizard quietly retreated into the undergrowth of the bush to hide. … More Wildlife Photo of the day – shingleback lizard
The water tumbled gently over large rocks, which had been worn smooth through the millenium by flooding waters, with potholes in the rock dug by swirling pebbles as the water washed through the valley.
… More Margaret River Discovery Tour and Wilyabrup Sea Cliffs
With crystal straws sparkling in the lights and reflecting in the lake, it is like looking at a crystal wonderland. … More Crystal Wonderland, Lake Cave, Margaret River. WA
Sunday morning brekky at White Elephant Cafe, with this magnificent view and a great menu, what more could you want! … More Sunday breakfast, White Elephant Café, Gnarabup Beach, Western Australia
The South West corner of Western Australia, is home to a sensational group of native Australian wildflowers and shrubs, the largest collection in the world. The sandy soil and low humidity are perfect growing conditions and the isolation from the Eastern States has created a unique diversity. Being avid gardeners, we appreciated the flowers and … More Wildflowers of the Margaret River Region, Western Australia
some with eggs, the hopefuls with no eggs, but still nesting, and to my delight, two chicks, one brave and up on top to view the world and the other snuggled down out of the wind.
… More Seagull Chick Nursery, Busselton Jetty Western Australia
I couldn’t believe that I could be a metre away from a wild stingray. As I splashed in the shallows, it seemed to come towards me on each wave breaking on the shore. … More Swimming with a wild stingray, Hamelin Bay, Western Australia