Western Australia – Flora and Fauna

I will let my photos speak for themselves. From the Banksia to the Grass Trees; from the Eucalyptus to Giant Tingle Trees, I was in awe of such unique beauty of nature.

As for the wildflowers posted here, I do not know what they are called but they sure are very pretty and bright.

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A Giant Tingle tree.
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This Red Tingle tree is one of many that survived a fire in 1937 and 1951. The tree lives because the living and growing parts of the tree are located just below the outer bark.
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The Banksia – looks like popcicles.
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The leaning tree of Greenough near Geraldton.
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The Eucalyptus tree (left) and the Grass Tree (right).
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A couple of Grass Trees.
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