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Choose from 135 pictures in our Travel with Ian Beattie collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Auscape Photo Library.


Entrance to the Ashford Caves Featured Travel with Ian Beattie Print

Entrance to the Ashford Caves

Entrance to the Ashford Caves, a cave system of coralline limestone. Phosphate was mined in the past for use as fertiliser. The caves are also home to a colony of Eastern Bent-wing bats (Miniopterus fuliginosus). Kwiambal National Park, northern New South Wales, Australia

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Arch, Australia, Australian, Cave, Day, Entrance, Kwiambal National Park, Mine, National Park, Quarry, Summer, Tourism, Travel Destination

Creek in El Questro Gorge with crysstal-clear water Featured Travel with Ian Beattie Print

Creek in El Questro Gorge with crysstal-clear water

Creek in El Questro Gorge with crysstal-clear water. Several gorges along the Gibb River Road with their permanent water tumbling down waterfalls and in swimming holes are a major attraction for travellers along that route. Kimberley region, Western Australia, Australia

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Bushwalking, Canyon, Narrow, Remote, Rugged, Scenery, Shade, Shady, Stream, Walking Track, Wilderness

Visitor on the Perry Sand Hills formed after an ice age 40 thousand years ago Featured Travel with Ian Beattie Print

Visitor on the Perry Sand Hills formed after an ice age 40 thousand years ago

Visitor on the Perry Sand Hills formed after an ice age 40 thousand years ago and now forming a landscape spread over 333 ha that is continually changed by the wind. It has featured in numbers of films, TV shows and advertisements. The Wentworth Pioneer Museum has on display the remains of megafauna found here: kangaroos, lions, emus and wombats. Near Wentworth, far southwest New South Wales, Australia