G'day from W.A.
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Venus is close to the sun and therefore not visible at night.
After the sun and moon, it is the brightest object in the sky, highly visible before sunrise and after sunset. Historically, known as the Evening Star at dusk, and the Morning Star at dawn.
Barnumbirr (Venus) is an important creator-spirit for Australian Aborigines and allows communication with their Ancestors.
|Mount Augustas||The Land|
With three peaks just over 1000m, the Stirling Range National Park is perfect for mountain walking, rock climbers, photographers, bird watchers and scenic drives.
64km long, 18km wide and more flowering plants than the entire British Isles!
Western Australia can be HOT.
Marble Bar, in the state’s north, holds the world record for consecutive days of over 37.8°C (100°F) of 160 days. (1923-24)
The hottest place in Australia is Wyndham (WA’s most northerly town) with an annual mean temperature of 29.1°C (84°F)
|Mulla Mulla||Dandalup Dam|
Ancient tidal flats layered this sandstone 500 million years ago.
Eroded by the Murchison River ever since.
This gorge is now 40 km inland and the sand is soft.
|Point Moore||White Fairy Orchids|