It’s one of the world’s best-kept secrets — the breathtaking and sharply contrasting beauty of Western Australia. From arid deserts to flower-covered forests, Liz Byrski and a team of photographers take the armchair explorer across the vast State and into some of the most stunning environments found on the planet. You can visit the Ningaloo Reef — 260 kilometres of pristine coral remarkably still unknown to most Western Australians. It is the west-coast version of the world-renowned Great Barrier Reef — but with far fewer tourists. You can visit Perth, one of the most attractive cities on the planet, or you can experience the State’s rich Aboriginal culture. It’s all there in Western Australia: Land of Contrasts.
New Holland 1998