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The Most Majestic Locations People Have Caught Pokémon Mitchell Falls – Located in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The collective height is approximately 80m making it the 2nd tallest waterfall in the state. The spectacular backdrop of the red cliff lands of the Mitchell Plateau and the oasis-like qualities around the falls actually makes this one stand out, and one of the big highlights of our time spent in WA. The highpoint of the Mitchell Plateau is the amazing Mitchell F...

The Most Majestic Locations People Have Caught Pokémon Mitchell Falls – Located in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The collective height is approximately making it the tallest waterfall in the state. The spectacular backdrop of the red

502 Likes, 18 Comments - Homes to Love NZ (@homestolovenz) on Instagram: “What a sweet little set-up for evenings like these. This Waiheke beach house has been carefully…”

This beautifully designed beachfront property on Waiheke Island shuns too much interest from passersbys by striking a balance between public and private

Landscapers, Landscape Design Company | Harrison's Landscaping, Sydney NSW | Randwick

Landscapers, Landscape Design Company | Harrison's Landscaping, Sydney NSW | Randwick

Broome, Western Australia. Look at the colour of that water...just right for a lovely swim www.thekimberleycollection.com.au

North of Broome, Cape Leveque is one of the most stunning landscapes. It's just a small beach settlement where the red cliffs meet the pure white sands and then the clear clear aqua blue of the Indian Ocean.

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Bay Rottnest Island ( is an island off the west coast of Australia) by Christian Fletcher

Kumihimo color inspiration - fab colors, combinations and palettes: Thomson Bay, Rottnest Island, Western Australia photo by Christian Fletcher