What's your favourite fruit and what would you pick first from this plate?
I absolutely love mangoes, especially the ones from Indonesia and Australia.💦
Other favourites are apples, peaches, nektarines, strawberries and grapes. I also don't mind drinking my grapes..🍷😁
Btw, to keep it real: After a breakfast like this I need a second breakfast 1-2h later as fruit just doesn't fill me up and I get hungry quickly again. I could probably stuff myself with 10 bananas and still get hungry again soon. Why I usually never really have only fruits for breakfast.
Is it just me?😅
Tides and currents have carved out tentacles as receding waters have scythed out channels through a sand bar in the Shark Bay World Heritage area. Shark Bay is home to over 1,300,000 hectares of shallow waters with an average depth of only 9 meters. It’s divided into many shallow banks, sand cays and bars and many peninsulas and islands.
The scale of the landscapes throughout Mungo National Park will likely astound you 🙌 Eroded over thousands of year, there's plenty of features to explore out here from sites around the ancient lake-bed to the Walls of China or mammoth dunes like @camposkull captured. Wherever you're headed, be sure to plan ahead, and take plenty of water, food and enough fuel to complete your journey. #myriverinamurray#visitthemurray
If you head out of the city and adventure around @australiasgoldenoutback, these are the types of night skies you can expect 💫 This was captured over @wooleenstation, a working cattle station run by the Pollock family in the Gascoyne-Murchison region. It's amazing how a star-filled night sky like this can instantly reconnect you with nature and have you feeling right at home 🌟 📷 @robmulally 📍 Wooleen Station, in the Gascoyne-Murchison region of @westernaustralia@australia
Yep sweet fuck all out here....good👌
The Gascoyne region is a real beauty alright 🙌 If you love a good road trip then head up north, the landscape and the open road feeling is wicked!
Also keep an eye out for this sweet perch along the way, it’s about 150 clicks South of Carnarvon 🤙
📷 Wooramel, Western Australia