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Prepare To Be “Wowed” By Northwestern Australia

The Kimberley Region is truly one of the last frontiers, a vast, rugged wilderness with fewer people per square mile than almost anywhere else on earth. It’s a haven of Aboriginal culture, renowned for indigenous rock art paintings, and is rife with natural wonders like the Bungle Bungles’ beehive-shaped rock formations, “Horizontal Falls” created by huge tides in the Buccaneer Archipelago, and one of the world’s largest meteorite craters.
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