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Weano Gorge
Australia

Weano Gorge, one of Karijini National Park's amazing gorges. Here is a small pool and waterfall which can be found close to the path that takes you from the car park down into the gorge.

Could you resist jumping into the crystal clear fresh water in the pool on a 30c+ day? The photographer certainly couldn't!

Copyright: David rowley
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Caricate: 23/09/2011
Aggiornato: 12/06/2014
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Tags: pilbara; waterfall; gorge; karijini; western
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