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Choose from 1552 pictures in our Ian Beattie's Australian Collection 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.


IBE00647 Featured Ian Beattie's Australian Collection Print

IBE00647

Heron Island
aerial view. With a resort and a research station run by the University of Queensland the coral cay has a fringing platform reef of significant biodiversity, supporting around 900 of the 1500 fish species and 72% of the coral species found on the Great Barrier Reef. The eastern half of the island forms part of the Capricornia Cays National Park. Heron Island is also a major Green and Loggerhead turtle nesting site.
Heron Island, Capricorn-Bunker Group, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park (World Heritage Area), Queensland, Australia

Cabbage tree palms (Livistona australis) Featured Ian Beattie's Australian Collection Print

Cabbage tree palms (Livistona australis)

Cabbage tree palms (Livistona australis), one of several species of Livistona that grow on El Questro Station. Even botanists have trouble determining the species but this one is the dominant tree in El Questro Gorge. Aboriginal people eat the buds or palm hearts, raw or roasted. Near Kununurra, Kimberley region, Western Australia, Australia

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Visitor on the Perry Sand Hills formed after an ice age 40 thousand years ago Featured Ian Beattie's Australian Collection 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