Ayers Rock is one of the most well-known natural attractions in Australia. On a flat plain, this huge monolith has even more underground. As the sun slowly sets, the rock gradually changes colour, making it an ideal subject and time for photographers to visit.
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World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park in Australia's Northern Territory, is home to some of the countries most spectacular wetlands. The Yellow Water wetlands are home to at least 60 species of birds including the Magpie Goose, jacana, jabiru, ibis and ducks. Paperbark forest edge the wetlands. They are best seen either on a cruise or on one of the walking tracks.
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The Breakaways Reserve, north of Coober Pedy in South Australia, is an area of dramatic outback desert scenery especially under stormy skies. So much so that it has been used for the setting of a number of movies including Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome and Priscilla Queen of the Desert.
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