LAKE FROME, SOUTH AUSTRALIA - MUDNA
In South Australia, Lake Frome is 100 kms long, 40 kms wide, yet incredibly its maximum depth is only 50 cm.
PORT HEDLAND, WESTERN AUSTRALIA - MARRAPIKURRINYA
Everything about Port Hedland is huge. Like the endless iron ore on massive trains snaking their way to gargantuan ships in Australia’s highest tonnage port.
ROEBUCK BAY, WESTERN AUSTRALIA - YAWURU NAGULAGUN
Aerial image taken at 18.05 S 122.40 E
Named after the ship in which William Dampier explored the coast of north-western Australia in 1699, Roebuck Bay is a relative stone’s-throw from Broome to the north.
ALLIGATOR RIVERS, NORTHERN TERRITORY - KAKADU
Aerial image taken at 12.41 S 132.40 E
The stunning Alligator Rivers (misnamed in 1818 for its crocodiles) includes parts of Arnhem Land and the Kakadu National Park.
DIAMANTINA RIVER, QUEENSLAND - MAIAWALI COUNTRY
Aerial image taken at 23.77 S 141.14 E
Named after Queensland’s first Governor’s wife, the Diamantina flows 900km south-west en route to Lake Eyre in SA.