Published on April 22, 2015 by

Take a fascinating journey with your guide, Robert Stephens, through most of the scenic regions of Southwest Australia. We start in Torndirrup National Park and witness the Gap and Natural Bridge. Then it is onto nearby Albany and Dogrock. Along the way we will visit Little Beach, the Pinnacles Desert, Lancelin, Leighton Beach, Fremantle, Rottnest Island, Yallingup, Canal Rocks, Margaret River, the Voyager Estate, Jewell Cave and Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse.

Robert will take you birdwatching with the renowned expert, Peter Taylor, in the Pemberton area. During that morning, you will see the Diamond Fire Lookout Tree and meet a woman, Leslie Harrison, who rescues orphaned kangeroos. There is much more to see in this 26 minute film, shot in Jan. 2011.

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