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Kangaroo Paw Flower, Western Australia
Kangaroo Paw Flower, Western Australia
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Australian native Fuchsia (Epacris longiflora)
Australian native Fuchsia (Epacris longiflora)
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Christmas Bell (Blandfordia grandiflora)
Christmas Bell (Blandfordia grandiflora)
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Yellow wattle bush
Yellow wattle bush
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Sturt's Desert pea
Sturt's Desert pea
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White flowering Eucalyptus
White flowering Eucalyptus
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Wild-flowers in bloom during late spring on the southern west coast of King Island
Wild-flowers in bloom during late spring on the southern west coast of King Island
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White bush wildflowers in bloom in Australia in spring
White bush wildflowers in bloom in Australia in spring
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Wild-flowers in bloom during late spring on the southern west coast of King Island
Wild-flowers in bloom during late spring on the southern west coast of King Island
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Wild-flowers in bloom during late spring on the southern west coast of King Island Featured Print

Wild-flowers in bloom during late spring on the southern west coast of King Island

King Island, lush green pastures and wild coastal reserves is an island which is situated on the Western side of Bass Strait, and is part of the Australian state of Tasmania. It is the largest of the islands known as the New Year Group, and the second-largest island in Bass Strait. The island is famous for its soft cheese production, superb beef cattle and kelp seaweed processing. It has wild and rugged coastlines and an infamous history of shipwrecks. Over 300 vessels were wrecked on or near the Island's coastline, mainly in colonial times. One of these shipwrecks was the worst peacetime maritime disaster in Australia's history

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