Starting out very early in the morning...
Koalas in Yanchep National Park (actually imported here as not native to WA)
Beach at Cervantes - crystal clear but a little nippy.
Tobs walking through the Pinnacles in Nambung National Park
the tallest pinnacle (about 10 feet)
Steph at Cervantes beach
Tobs at Cervantes beach (we are the only people on this stretch of beach!)
beautiful sunset at Cervantes beach
looking at the sky above the dunes
this sunset just got better and better...
ok...I got a little obsessed with taking photos...
Feeding the Kangaroos at Greenough wildlife park (all the animals here are rescued orphans)
These joeys were just so adorable!
Sonja holding a baby python
Steph's turn - it actually felt really nice.
Slightly nervous as our guide joked that these snakes go for cleavage - eep!
Hilde (amazing 81 year old) with the big mama python
Where is it headed? This python was quite heavy and needed a lot of support
slightly awkward! Felt really nice though
Oh there it is...another cleavage joke - eep!
something smells good in that pocket...
python tamer tobs
Andrea was a little less comfortable holding the pythons
Great photo of baby python
Unique horizontal trees found in Greenough
Entering Hutt River Province - a small country founded by Prince Leonard and Princess Shirly (check out: http://www.tiny.cc/dueHI)- and you can see our little safari bus!
Coastal gorges near Kalbarri - walking down this path takes you straight to the beach.
We went walking near the Z-bend gorge in Kalbarri national park. Here you can see a wasp's nest suspended from the rocks.
Steph abseiling in Kalbarri national park. She was a screamer :)
Steph with our tour guide Trevor