Karijini National Park

Over the past month I have been lucky enough to visit several of Australia’s most stunning locations. From the deep south of the state of Victoria along the Great Ocean Road and the 12 Apostles, up through Great Otway National Park with its spectacular waterfalls and ancient forests and through the Alpine region of Mt Buffalo, Mt Beauty, Bright and Falls Creek, the state of Victoria has a diversity and beauty second to none.

But my first stop over the past month was none other than my home state, yet a 15 hour drive through to its red center and the spectacular region of Karijini National Park. If you are not sure where Karijini lies it is around 60km’s from Tom Price in a easterly direction, Tom Price being one of Australia’s largest mining areas.

Karijini is like nothing I have ever seen. The landscapes are dry, hot, rough and red, very red. But there lies an unspoiled charm to the area, from its dusty gravel roads to its deep gorges with cool refreshing pools and gum trees that sway in the hot year round climate. it is an unforgiving place but a place I loved to photograph for the first time.

Here is the first of a collection of images I will have from Karijini National Park. Dusk over Weano Goprge

I will in late June release my full series of images from Karijini National Park called

“Karijini The Hidden Treasure Of Western Australia”


Western Australian Rural Farmland

Added a new image to the limited editions gallery yesterday. Taken on a warm summers evening in the rural area of Western Australia. The dry grasses and red earth just scream outback Australia.

Available as a limited edition print of 60 this image is currently avalable in three sizes, 30, 45 and 60 inches.

You can find this image under The Western Australian Section