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Ningaloo Reef by @paulmp
📍Western Australia, Australia
As I slip into the water from the glass bottom boat, I wonder how this pristine reef isn't better known. Ningaloo Reef in the Indian Ocean stretches over 300 kilometres down along the western coast of Australia. It is a World Heritage listed reef and is one of the longest fringing coral reefs in the world.
The stretch of coast has a few small towns[...]
Havey’s Australia & New Zealand Adventure Part 25 – Central Otago, New Zealand by @nickyhavey
📍Otago, New Zealand
In today's post, we're replacing our hiking boots from our walk around Lake Te Anau with cycling shoes as we take to two wheels and bike around one of New Zealand's great trails in Central Otago. Thankfully in this part of the world, weather systems move by quickly and it was a lot more favourable compared to the day before, which gave some great [...]
Visiting Ayers Rock (Uluru) by @lordnigel
📍Northern Territory, Australia
A brief look at Ayers Rock, Northern Territory Australia
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For a good first test I thought I'd share a few photos of Ayers Rock from my last visit.
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