Capital city of South Australia and 5th largest city. As of June 2013, Adelaide had an estimated population of 1.29million.
Alice Springs Reptile Center
This center displays an extensive range of reptiles and lizards.
Around Ayers Rock
Cairns - Coral Reef
Coral Reef (helicopter views), Michaelmas Cay
Cairns - Wooroonooran Park
Located South of Cairns, Wooroonooran National Park covers 79'500ha of forest. The gallery covers also Josephine falls and the Curtain tree.
Darwin - Kakadu National
Kakadu's rock art (gunbim) represents one of the longest historical records of any group of people in the world. See also the Yelllow Water gallery.
Darwin Kakadu Yellow Water Billabong
Located 240kms east of Darwin in Australia's tropical north, Kakadu National Park is Australia's largest National Park.
Featherdale Wildlife Park
This wildlife park is located a few kms/miles from Sydney. It gives a fantastic overview of Australian animal diversity in one place.
Koalas, Seals, Sea Lions, Birds, Kangaroos,...
Kangaroo Island - Remarkable Rocks
RRocks, clusters of granite boulders, were shaped by the erosive forces of wind, sea spray and rain over 500million years.
Kangaroo Island Landscape
KI by size the 3rd Australian island, is located 112kms from Adelaide. The place offers protection to substantial populations of native Australian animals.
Kings Canyon - Watarrka National Park
Located between Alice Springs and Uluru, this range contains a massive gorge, with red sandstone walls that rise over 100meters to a plateau of rocky domes.
Melbourne - Great Ocean Road - 12 Apostles
Views from the Great Ocean Road, Loch Arch Gorge and 12 Apostles.
Melbourne Great Ocean Road
Some nice creatures encountered during our trip on the Great Ocean Road.
Mount Olga -Kata Tjuta - Salt Lake
Group of 36 large domed rock formations located 25kms of Uluru. Consists of cobbles and boulders of varying rock types incl. granite and basalt, cemented by a matrix of sandstone.
First British colony in Australia, Sydney was established in 1788 by Cpt Arthur Philip as a penal colony. Sydney is also the state capital of New South Wales.
Sydney - Blue Mountains - 3 Sisters
Opossum, Ibis, Cacatoes and some aquatic creatures.
Uluru - Ayers Rock
This sandstone formation stands 348m high and has a total circumference of 9.4kms. Both Uluru and the nearby Kata Tjuta have great significance for the traditional inhabitants (Anangu) of the area.