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Horizontal Waterfall, Poulton Creek, Kimbolton WA 6728, Australia
Horizontal waterfall, Poulton Creek, Kimberly region, Western Australia.
The Horizontal Falls, also called Horizontal Waterfalls or Horriez, in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
16°22’39.27″ S 123°57’42.58″ E
The Horizontal Falls are one of the most amazing natural features of the Kimberley region, located deep within Talbot Bay in the Buccaneer Archipelago, Australia.
The twin gaps are part of the McLarty Ranges, which have two ridges running parallel approximately 300 metres apart
Horizontal Falls, Kimberley region, Western Australia
Horizontal Falls, Northwest Australia. Congrats to the winners of this one!
Hello again Paul,
the Picture shows Talbot Bay in Kimbolton/North Western Australia with horizontal waterfall narrows.
Quite easier than the last one.
Greetings from Germany…
Horizontal Falls, Talbot Bay, Western Australia
Just from the colour, that would have to be the horizontal falls on the Kimberly coast in West Australia.
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