Ayers Rock - Uluru - is the world's largest monolith and an Aboriginal sacred site. Ayers Rock is Australia's most famous natural landmark. Ayers Rock photo © Paul Dear, licensed from featurepics.
The huge boab trees, found only in the Western Australia Kimberley region, are used as food, medicine, shelter, for art work and even as a prison cell. Boab Trees photo © Greg Buck, licensed from featurepics.
The historic Carlton Gardens are a Melbourne icon and a World Heritage Site. The gardens are an outstanding example of Victorian era landscape design with sweeping lawns and varied European and Australian tree plantings. Carlton Gardens photo © Greg Buck, licensed from featurepics.
Melbourne is the second most populous city in Australia. Melbourne has three times shared top position in a survey by The Economist of the World's Most Livable Cities on the basis of its cultural attributes, climate, cost of living, and social conditions such as crime rates and health care. Melbourne at night photo © Aleksejs Jevsejenko, licensed from featurepics.
Perth is the capital of the Australian state of Western Australia and the fourth most populous city. Perth City Lights photo © Margaret Buck, licensed from featurepics.
Interesting limestone rock formations in Australia. Sand Stones photo © Kris Mercer, licensed from featurepics.
Sea Cliffs near the Twelve Apostles in Australia. Sea Cliffs photo © Rob Ahrens, licensed from featurepics.