This corner of Australia has a hugely varied landscape ranging from the cool and wet Albany coast in the South (left) to the dry, sun-baked bushlands of Nambung in the North (far left).
Separated from the rest of the world some 60 million years ago, the Australian native wildlife have links to fossils dating back to ancient times.
Look around for these interesting flora:
The fauna here is equally special:
Red Kangaroo Macropus rufus is a well-recognised mascot of Australia.
(Next post: Fossils, Bones and Thrombolites!)