Cape Le Grande National Park, Australia (@ Antony Spencer/E+/Getty Images)
- This rock formation is part of a national park spanning more than 30,000 hectares.""Have you ever been bowled over by a boulder?
- An intriguing collection of fauna exists in this park, including the western banjo and quacking frogs.""Legless lizards can also be seen wandering about
- In 1792, Bruni d\Entrecasteaux\s L\Esperance expedition saw Europeans land here for the first time.""Their big idea was to name it after one of the officers on board
- We\re deep in Western Australia, over 600km from the state capital.""Shall we take a whistlestop trip there too?