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D is for Denmark (the town in southwest Australia in this case) a popular spot where river and forest meet the ocean and for Dwellingup, a historic and charming town situated amongst jarrah forests south of Perth. The Bibbulmun track – a nearly 1000 kilometre long walk trail – passes through Dwellingup.

D is also for dingo, an Australian wild dog. Some are bred and kept as pets and are very loving animals. On a similar note, d is for dog and dog beach.

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  1. Hulle is pragtige honde. Ek was nou verbaas om ‘n stoomlokomotief, in werkende orde, daar in Dwellingup stasie se foto te sien en ek lees op Google daar is meer as 600 in Australia, waarvan sommige nog operasioneel is. Ongelooflik.

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    • Ja hierdie een is ‘n toeriste-aantreklikheid maar dis baie gewild. Ons het nog nie self daarop gegaan nie, ons wil nog, maar dis goed dat hulle nog bewaar en in stand gehou word.

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    • It’s very popular and known as a world class trail. Some people do it in one hit, but it takes about 3 months I think. We’ve only done very small one day sections. Thanks for stopping by!

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