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Map of Binnum, SA, Maps of Australian cities, towns and travel destinations with driving directions and traveller information...
We saw the last autumn leaves flutterimg like flags on the grapvines ...
[Autumn Leaves - Nuriootpa Vineyards]
On our first night we camped on the edge of the Flinders Ranges
We made letters with our shadows at Murphy's Haystacks
Where the coastline looked like a huge bite had been taken out of it.
The Nullarbor, also known by Australians as the Nullar-boring, breaks a number of world records...
Eucla was established in 1879 as a repeater station for Australia's Overland Telegraph. Travelers will find Eucla an ideal rest stop when crossing the Nullarbor. Check out the sand drifts which cover the old telegraph station.
The quokkas were so close to me, I could see their whiskers
... but Dad waited for the real waves at Rottnest Island
Beautiful Rottnest Island is one of the best things about living in Perth, and is a must-see for travellers to the city.
We went snorkelling at Turquoise Bay
My favourite were the tiny blue angels
at the Barossa Valley
[located in the south-east corner of South Australia, about an hour's drive from the state capital, Adelaide.]
Check out the photo at Murphy's haystack
At Streaky Bay we stuck our heads in the mouth of a great white shark
Luke surfed on stone at Wave Rock (Hyden Western Australia)
At Eucla we had sandy sandwiches near the ruins of the old telegraph
It was so windy at Geraldton that the trees grew sideways
We drove past a pink tapestry of wildflowers and Billy said, 'Are we there yet?'
Visitors to Broome in Western Australia's North West are able to see the natural spectacle – the Staircase to the Moon, when conditions are just right.