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Tangalooma Wrecks in Moreton Bay

Tangalooma Wrecks in Moreton Bay

Aerial of Tangalooma Wrecks in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia.

Cape Le Grand National Park

Cape Le Grand National Park

Kangaroos on the beach, Lucky Bay, Cape Le Grand National Park, Australia.

Point Hicks Lighthouse

Point Hicks Lighthouse

Point Hicks Lighthouse in Croajingalong National Park, Victoria, Australia

The Pink Lake Hillier

Pink Lake Hillier in Australia and the only naturally pink lake in the world. And it's completely safe to swim in.

Mount Conner in Australia

Mount Conner in Australia

Mount Conner, Northern Territory, Australia, is sometimes mistaken for Uluru or Ayers Rock. It's just as unique and spectacular at Dawn and Sunset.

Wolfe Creek Crater

Wolfe Creek Crater

Wolfe Creek Crater in Australia is a well-preserved meteorite impact crater (astrobleme) in Western Australia. It is accessed via the Tanami Road 150 km (93 mi) south of the town of Halls Creek. The crater is central to the Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater National Park.

Ayers Rock

Milky Way and Ayers Rock, Australia Also known as Ayers Rock, Uluru is believed to have been created at the beginning of time by 10 ancestors, or spirit people, of the Aboriginal people. Tours of Ayers Rock emphasize this connection with the beginnings of the local Anangu Aboriginal people while also highlighting the natural power of the sandstone monolith.

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