My partner and I decided to go camping along the coast of Ningaloo Station with a few mates. I remember the weather being perfect the day this shot was taken, so we decided to explore the waters of the reef.
As an underwater photographer, I’ve spent a lot of time uncovering Ningaloo. This particular shot was taken on the day I explored my first shipwreck, the Chofuku Maru cargo ship. I had no idea what to expect!
I was quite surprised at how much ground the Chofuku Maru shipwreck actually covered. Whilst I was exploring the structure of the shipwreck, I remember being amazed at how such a horrific situation for many turned out looking so beautiful underwater. The new coral formations growing over the shipwreck were incredible. It’s something I won’t be forgetting any time soon.
Kalbarri National Park was a place our family visited often when we were growing up on school holidays. The whole experience was incredible, to have so many rock pools and rock formations to explore without another soul in sight.
I was on a tour from Perth to Broome and this shot was taken in the first gorge we visited at Kalbarri National Park. The guide took us to the Z Bend in Kalbarri National Park, where they showed us a cliff we could jump from into the water.
I couldn’t wait to kick back on the deck of our luxury Catamaran in the stunning Houtman Abrolhos Islands.There are so many incredible natural wonders to explore there but at this moment I was content simply soaking in the absolute isolation and soul warming sun.
Virginia Willcock is the chief winemaker at Vasse Felix winery, where she turns beautiful Margaret River grapes into delectable wine. She lives in Margaret River town, walking distance from the main street and close to the river and bush.
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