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Big Ben Gigapan

This post is the first in a series of three on the gigapans I took on Heard Island. (Part 2)

My first gigapan on Heard Island, … 353 more words


Dunes on the Move

The Aboriginal Lands Trust description of this cannot be bettered: “At this unique geographical spot, a mini-desert of towering sand dunes meets a sheer line of 90m limestone cliffs. 67 more words


Pacific Ocean to Indian Ocean: Mission Quokka and the Grand Finale (plus sneak-peak of next journey!)

It’s official. I’ve finally finished this video series of the 3,000 mile solo ride across ‘Stralia. Continent # 4 of the 6 I intend to ride is now finished (O… 296 more words


Where the Nullarbor meets the Sea

Where the Nullarbor meets the sea, Bunda Cliffs; sheer, uninterrupted and spectacular.

© Gary Light
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Whales Country

It would be whales country if we were here in the right season. Southern Right Whales come to this spot to calve from May to September (roughly), the sheltered waters of the Head of Bight bay are protected. 43 more words


Nullarbor Colour

I find the landscape and colours of the Nullarbor interesting, if a bit repetitive. But look under the surface and you will find some other sights and colours. 39 more words



The Nullarbor Plain stretches for 1,100 Km across the South Australia and Western Australia borders and is the world’s largest single exposure of limestone bedrock. The landscape vegetation is ‘almost’ treeless (hence null – arbor), instead it displays low growing saltbush and bluebush scrub. 16 more words