Wyndham / Australia
The harbor town of Wyndham, with its approximately 1,200 inhabitants, is located in the north of the Australian state of Western Australia. The place was founded as a trading center in 1885 by the Australian explorer and politician John Forrest, after a series of extensive gold finds.
Wyndham is surrounded by a magnificent landscape that you should explore by all means on extended trips. Take for example a trip to the Five River Outlook and enjoy from there breathtaking views of the Gulf and the mouths of the five rivers Forrest, Pentecost, King, Durak and Ord River. Landmark and one of the main attractions of Wyndham is the crocodile. A gigantic replica of one of these amazing animals you will find built in the city. Live animals can be seen when visiting the urban crocodile farm. Interesting are also the various historical cemeteries of Wyndham.