Wednesday, December 5, 2018

AUSTRALIA ~Elephant Rocks - William Bay National Park~

... Great new Australian National Park for my collection👍... a wonderful view of a natural phenomenon... huge granite boulders and spectacular rock formations... as it name suggests, Elephant Rocks looks really like a herd of elephants gathered in a group, paddling in the shallow waters... the most visited places within William Bay National Park... the Rainbow Coast has some of the most spectacular coastline... endless stretches of white sandy beaches, turquoise waters, wilderness peaks and ancient forests makes it one of the most pristine places on earth... Thanks a lot Denny!!❁◕ ‿ ◕❁
William Bay National Park is located in the Great Southern Region of Western Australia along the Rainbow Coast, and is in the Shire of Denmark. It covers an area of 1734 hectares and includes Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks.

William Bay was named after the famed British Arctic explorer and navigator, Sir William Edward Parry, as were two other nearby features, Parry Inlet and Edward Point.


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