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North West Collection

Covering over one million square kilometres (four times the size of the United Kingdom), North West Australia is split into two areas of breathtaking natural beauty, the Kimberley and the Pilbara region.

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North West Collection: Kimberley Region, Western Australia

Kimberley Region, Western Australia Collection
242 Items

North West Collection: Pilbara

Pilbara Collection
114 Items

Background imageNorth West Collection: Hamersley Gorge

Hamersley Gorge at Karijini National Park, Western Australia

Background imageNorth West Collection: Cape Leveque, Dampier Peninsula, Kimberley Region, Western Australia

Cape Leveque, Dampier Peninsula, Kimberley Region, Western Australia
Beach and rock formations on the western side just after sunset

Background imageNorth West Collection: Red Beach at Monkey Mia

Red Beach at Monkey Mia

Background imageNorth West Collection: James Price Point coastline as seen from a drone point of view, Western Australia

James Price Point coastline as seen from a drone point of view, Western Australia
Drone Aerial Views

Background imageNorth West Collection: Three minutes at Castle Rock

Three minutes at Castle Rock
Long exposure near Kalbarri

Background imageNorth West Collection: Where sandstone meets sea

Where sandstone meets sea
Sunset over the cliffs of Kalbarri, Australia

Background imageNorth West Collection: Cape Leveque lighthouse at dusk

Cape Leveque lighthouse at dusk
Seen at dusk, the Cape Leveque lighthouse commissioned on 9 August 1911, and was one of ten lighthouses built on the West Australian coast between 1900 and 1913, most of them on the North West coast

Background imageNorth West Collection: Cape Leveque, Dampier Peninsula, Kimberley Region, Western Australia

Cape Leveque, Dampier Peninsula, Kimberley Region, Western Australia
Beach and rock formations on the western side at dusk

Background imageNorth West Collection: Aerial view at the centre of four salt ponds, Western Australia

Aerial view at the centre of four salt ponds, Western Australia
Aerial Views

Background imageNorth West Collection: Galvanas gorge

Galvanas gorge
Galvans gorge is a popular stop on the Gibb River Road as it is only a very short walk in and a great place for a quick swim. Within minutes you will be greeted by another beautiful waterhole

Background imageNorth West Collection: Bell Gorge Waterfall Gibb River Road

Bell Gorge Waterfall Gibb River Road
Bell Gorge Waterfall is situated on the Gibb River Rd and definately a stop not to be missed. Water flowing west from the King Leopold Range has cut down through the ancient rock to form spectacular

Background imageNorth West Collection: Freshwater crocodile with dragonflies

Freshwater crocodile with dragonflies
A freshwater crocodile [Crocodylus johnstoni) hosts two dragonflies as it rests on the edge of a creek

Background imageNorth West Collection: North West

North West
Australian Views Western Australia (WA): North West

Background imageNorth West Collection: North West

North West
Australian Views Western Australia (WA): North West

Background imageNorth West Collection: North West

North West
Australian Views Western Australia (WA): North West

Background imageNorth West Collection: North West

North West
Australian Views Western Australia (WA): North West

Background imageNorth West Collection: North West

North West
Australian Views Western Australia (WA): North West

Background imageNorth West Collection: North West

North West
Australian Views Western Australia (WA): North West

Background imageNorth West Collection: Moon Eclipse Cockburn Ranges East Kimberley WA

Moon Eclipse Cockburn Ranges East Kimberley WA
A close up of a Moon Eclipse over the Cockburn Ranges on the Gibb River Road

Background imageNorth West Collection: Kimberley Reflection Chamberlain Gorge

Kimberley Reflection Chamberlain Gorge
Chamberlain Gorge reflection in river at El Questro

Background imageNorth West Collection: Pilbara Landscape

Pilbara Landscape
View of the landscape (photo)

Background imageNorth West Collection: Zebra Finch, Purnululu National Park

Zebra Finch, Purnululu National Park
Zebra finch adult male perched above water source, a tap for tourists, Purnululu National Park, Kimberley region, Western Australia

Background imageNorth West Collection: Mertens water monitor portrait Lake Kununurra

Mertens water monitor portrait Lake Kununurra, Western Australia

Background imageNorth West Collection: Termite Mound

Termite Mound
Termite mound, Western Australia

Background imageNorth West Collection: Kapok Bush

Kapok Bush
Kapok bush (Cochlospermum fraseri), flowers, tree loses its leaves before flowering, Old Halls Creek Track, near Wyndham, Kimberley region, Western Australia, Australia

Background imageNorth West Collection: Boab Trees

Boab Trees
Boabs (Adansonia gregorii), icon of the Kimberleys, Old Halls Creek Track, Wyndham, Kimberley region, Western Australia, Australia

Background imageNorth West Collection: National Park Windjana River

National Park Windjana River
Australia, Western Australia, the Kimberley, National Park Windjana River Gorge and Lennard

Background imageNorth West Collection: Moonrise over the Bungle Bungle Range

Moonrise over the Bungle Bungle Range, Purnululu National Park, Kimberley region, Western Australia

Background imageNorth West Collection: Boab Trees at Sunset

Boab Trees at Sunset
Boab, Kimberley region, Western Australia

Background imageNorth West Collection: Cycads Carr Boyd Range

Cycads Carr Boyd Range, Kimberley region, Western Australia

Background imageNorth West Collection: King George Falls Kimberley Region, Western Australia

King George Falls Kimberley Region, Western Australia
The King George Plunges into tidal waters over sandstone cliffs. It is 100m high and is Western Australias highest twin waterfall

Background imageNorth West Collection: Kaningarra, Breaden Hills

Kaningarra, Breaden Hills, Aboriginal land Balgo Wirrimanu, southeast Kimberley region, Western Australia


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