Australia has a lot of spectacular natural attractions that people who have already come here for a vacation come back to enjoy more of what it has to offer.
If you haven’t seen the Karijini National Park, make sure that you do on your trip back to this country. This national park nestled within the Hamersley Ranges in the region of Pilbara in northwestern Australia is located north of the Tropic of Capricorn. It spans over 1.5 million acres or more than 620,000 hectares. In fact, it is the second biggest national park in this part of Australia. It is home to wallaroos, geckos, bats, legless lizards, pythons, euros, red kangaroos and many more.
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