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Western Australia by Mavic Pro 2
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Why Does Nature Inspire Us? [Aerial Reel]

Merr Watson

In this video which was shot in Western Australia, top contributor Merr Watson wonders aloud what about nature inspires each of us. Narrating her answer over stunning aerial shots of the countryside, she says it inspires her because it reminds her that there is something so much bigger than each of us, keeping us truly present in the moment and reminding us that there is always room to grow.  The video was created with a DJI Mavic Pro 2 drone. 

Esperance: WA's Southern Coast
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Esperance-Travel Video

Sandrine Hecq

Top contributor Sandrine Hecq donned her swimsuit and grabbed her drone, allowing her to create this stunning video from Esperance in Western Australia.  Esperance lies on the southern coastline of this gigantic state, which would be amongst the ten largest countries in the world in land area if it were independent.  And with 80% of its population living in and around Perth (on WA's west coast, over 700 km or 450 mi. from Esperance), that leaves a lot of open spaces to explore.  

Lancelin's Dunes
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Family Trip in Western Australia: Pinnacle and Lancelin Dunes

Sandrine Hecq

For some epic views of people having fun in the sand, it's hard to beat this video by Sandrine Hecq, who was nominated as a Finalist in the second annual Drone Video Awards.  She records a family trip up the coast of Western Australia to the area around Lancelin, about a two hour drive north of the WA capital city Perth.  It's a place of spectacular sand dunes and (slightly inland) some fabulous scenery in the Pinnacle Desert, home to the spectacular pinnacle sandstone formations.

Beautiful Esperance
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Through My Eyes: Esperance, Western Australia

Merr Watson

This recap of a trip to Western Australia is another gem by contributor and travel vlogger Merr Watson. She visited Esperance, a small city on the lightly populated southern coast of WA.  In Merr's own words: “words cannot describe how truly beautiful Esperance is with its stunning white, sandy beaches, rocky coastlines, extremely turquoise waters and magical sunsets. It had left me breathless and I never wanted to leave!”  Watch the video and you will likely share her sentiment! 

Water Sports in WA
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Crystal Clear Water, Summertime, Surfing, Jetskis, Boats & Dolphins in WA.

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The title says it all. Take a trip surfing, snorkling, jetskiing, boating, suntanning, and whale watching in this water adventure piece by azure_co. Shot on a DJI Phantom 3 along Western Australia's stunning coastline, it's pretty amazing what the group was able to capture on what is now considered an older drone. So impessive, in fact, that it is now a nominee in the Extreme Sports category in the second annual AirVuz Drone Video Awards. 

Rottnest Island
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Australia Day 2017- Rottnest Island- Boat Party

Sandrine Hecq

Rottnest Island is situated off the coast of Western Australia, just a short distance due west from from Perth, the capital of the state.  Using a DJI Phantom 4 drone and a GoPro Hero 5 mounted to a DJI Osmi, contributor Sandrine Hecq gives us an aerial view of an epic boat party held off the island to celebrate Australia Day.  Held on January 26th every year, the national holiday commemorates the arrival of the first British ships in Sydney Harbor in the 18th century. 

Perth: WA's Capital City
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Perth, Western Australia: The World's Best Sunsets!

Intrepid Drone Services

Perth is the capital of Western Australia, the vast state which would be a large country on its own.  Roughly 80% of WA's 2.5 million inhabitants live in this city on the Indian Ocean, making it the fourth largest city in the country.  The city is extremely remote from other Australian cities, the closest one being Adelaide nearly 2.7k km (1.5k mi) away.  Using a DJI Inspire 2 drone, contributor Intrepid Drone Services created this memorable aerial video of Perth at sunset.  

WA's Lancelin Sand Dunes
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Lancelin Sand Dunes in HD

Merr Watson

On the Western coast of Australia, contributor Merr Watson basks in the warmth of the sun setting upon the Lancelin Sand Dunes.  They lie near a small town of the same name, about a two hour drive north along the coast from the WA capital Perth.  In the video, Merr and friends take in views of the ocean as they stand atop the sandy drifts — capturing dronies from a bird's eye view and playing around as though they're in the world's biggest sand box.

Australia's Southwestern Corner
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South Western Australia

Sky Perth

A huge percentage of the population of the Australian state of Western Australia live in the southwestern corner of the vast state, which covers roughly the western third of the country.  Sky Perth, one of WA's top drone piloting companies, created this beautiful all aerial tour of the region.  With compelling views of Sugarloaf Rock, Cape to Cape Track, North Point Gracetown, and Meelup Beach, this calming and inspiring piece will leave you craving a getaway down under.

Margaret River: WA's Surfing Capital
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Surf & Drones - Margaret River Region, Western Australia

Sky Perth

While the Australian surfing scene is most associated with the eastern beaches around Sydney in New South Wales and the Gold Coast in Queensland, Western Australia also has some of the best surfing beaches in the world.  The vast coastline and a much lower population density of WA make for some incredible spots to ride the waves.  In this video, contributor Sky Perth uses a drone to give us a bird's eye look at one of these spots, in WA's Margaret River region.

Whales of Esperance
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Paddle Boarding with Whales, Esperance Island Cruises

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In this very popular drone video by contributor Jaimen Hudson, he filmed a stand up paddleboarder cruising the waters off of Esperance, in Western Australia.  While it's not known if the paddleboarder was aware of it, two giant whales are swimming within meters/feet of him.  The unforgettable bird's eye view of this scene is testament to the power of drones to look at our world from entirely new perspectives which would be otherwise impossible to see.

WA's Pink Lake
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Australia's Pink Lake Hillier

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Lake Hillier is a highly unusual lake on Middle Island,  a small island situated just off of the southern coast of the state of Western Australia, near the Cape Arid National Park west of Esperance.  Due to the presence of an unusual organism, the color of the lake's water is a vibrant pink hue.  In this video, contributor and drone pilot Jaimen Hudson worked with a cruise line operating on the lake to produce an amazing aerial perspective of a one of a kind body of water.  

Big Fun in WA
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Traveling With Isa - Road Trip in Australia #1

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For an aerial view of the natural beauty of Western Australia, it's hard to beat this video by top contributor Isabelle Fabre.  The video uses drone footage to track her adventures, which including kiteboarding off of Esperance (the largest city on the southern coast of WA), a 4x4 ride to the Fitzgerald River, swimming with manta rays in Augusta, tree climbing in the Karri Forest, running with kangaroos on the Margaret River, and another epic kiteboarding session in Safety Bay.  

Mukinbudin: Australia's Wheat Belt
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Mukinbudin, Western Australia by Drone

CarrandDrone

CarrandDrone gives us a nice bird's eye view of the Wheat Belt in the interior of the vast state of Western Australia.  Mukinbudin is a small town of less than 1,000 inhabitants, situated a few hours drive due east of the WA capital city Perth.  The video will give you a sense of the beauty and endless horizons of Western Australia, a state which is roughly 4x the size of the state of Texas in the USA by land area and dwarfs the entire Great Plains area of the USA.   

Margaret River Region: Dunsborough
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Dunsborough, Western Australia

Jaxon_roberts

Top contributor Jaxon Roberts gives us an epic bird's eye view of the far southwestern corner of Australia.  The video was taken near the town of Dunsborough, a medium sized town in the Margaret River Region of the state of Western Australia.  With spectacular bird's eye views of the stunning coastline, crystal blue waters, and even a few sharks, you will see why the Dunsborough area is one of WA's most popular tourist destinations.  

Drone Reel from WA
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Scott Bauer 2018 Drone Reel

Scott Bauer Creative

Top photographer Scott Bauer took his captures of Western Australia to new heights when he put both aerial perspective and motion into his work via his DJI Phantom 4 drone.  His native state gave him plenty of scenic locations too; this 2018 drone reel - nominated for Drone Video of the Week in October 2018 -  shows plenty of jaw-dropping and wonderfully artistic glimpses of the area endearingly referred to as West Oz, including Margaret River, and the coastal surf just south of Perth.

WA's Dick Hartog Island
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Drone_Pilots_Australia brings us this beautiful drone video of Dick Hartog Island in the state of Western Australia.  It's situated in the Gascoyne Coast area, which is roughly in the middle of the coastline.  With about 620 square km (around 240 square mi.) of land area, it's one of the largest islands on Australia's Indian Ocean coastline.  Mostly covered in sand dunes, Dick Hartog Island is also known as an important conservation area for several species of sea turtles.

WA's Gold Mining Country
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Gold Mining in Australia

CarrandDrone

Gold mining was single most important activity which drove the growth of modern Australia.  It began with the great strikes in New South Wales and Victoria in the mid 1800's.  The first big strikes in Western Australia occurred later in the century, and gold is still being mined there, albeit in smaller quantities.  Contributor CarrandDrone worked with the operator of the Edna May Gold Mine in WA over six months to produce this fascinating video of the modern gold mining process.

Yallingup, WA: Canal Rocks
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Canal Rocks, Yallingup, Western Australia

Sky Perth

Sky Perth created this beautiful drone video of some stunning rocks near the southwestern corner of Australia.  The Canal Rocks lie just a few km off the coast of Yallingup, a town on the southern part of the Indian Ocean coastline of the state of Western Australia.  They get their name from the natural "canal" that was formed from the erosion of the granite by the action of the water.  Located between Dunsborough and Margaret River, it's one of the more popular sights of southwestern Australia.  

Geraldton, WA
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Geraldton, Western Australia by Drone - DJI Mavic Pro

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Hekticdrones brings us this aerial view of the town of Geraldton in Western Australia.  The city is situated at about the midpoint of WA's west coast, about 420 km (around 250 mi.) north of the capital city Perth.  Given that about 80% of WA's population of 2.5 million lives in greater Perth, Geraldton's population of 40,000 puts it solidly in the next tier of WA cities.  As you'll see in the video, it's a beautiful stretch of coastline, with steep cliffs dropping down to the deep blue waters of the Indian Ocean below.  

Aerial Ode to Western Australia
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This is Home: Western Australia

Merr Watson

In this video, top contributor Merr Watson shows us a part of Australia that few people ever see.  It's shot in the area to the north of Perth, the capital of the gigantic state of Western Australia which is home to about 80% of its population.  The video starts around the Margaret River region (where Perth lies) and heads north, to the   Pinnacles, the great rock formations near Cervantes.  Continuing further north, she heads to Port Gregory and ends up at Kalbarri, about 600 km (around 370 mi.) north of Perth.  

Dolphins of Esperance
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Dolphins - Esperance, Western Australia

Jaxon_roberts

Known for his exciting and artistic music videos and long, hypnotic edits, Jaxon_roberts brings us something much simpler but, arguably, intimately more beautiful - a pod of over 50 dolphins swimming by. The video gives you a sense of serenity, peace and a hopeful perspective. This 45 second piece was shot off the coast of Esperance, Western Australia, made all the more fitting because esperance is French for hope. 

Aerial Tour of Esperance
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Esperance - Western Australia

Jaxon_roberts

The brightness of the white sand beaches in this video by Drone Video Awards' Nominee Jaxon_roberts will blow your mind. Known for his exciting edits, cinematic shots, and gorgeous filming locations it is no wonder this drone video of Esperance, Australia is fantastic. Make sure to stick around long enough to see the hundreds of dolphins swimming through the ocean - it is pretty incredible.  Esperance is located on the southern coast of the state of Western Australia.  

Yoga on Wydayup Rocks
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Yoga on the Rocks: Western Australia

Sky Perth

With much focus and balance, yogi KT Coryell does her yoga practice on the Wyadup Rocks in Yallingup, Western Australia. Contributor Sky Perth filmed her graceful movements from above using a DJI Phantom 3 drone. Surrounded by crashing waves on the coast, warm sunlight, and peaceful nature this is a truly enlightening yoga session. Be inspired, mindful, and thankful for this outstanding aerial footage from this talented drone pilot.

Profile of WA's Jaxon Roberts
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The Drone Dish: Jaxon_roberts

The Drone Dish

In this episode of the Drone Dish, Tyler talks with drone pilot and aerial videographer Jaxon Roberts.  Hailing from Western Australia, his top video on AirVuz was actually shot on the other side of the country, in New South Wales.  "Byron Bay", which he filmed with Instagram star and yogi Sally Mustang, has garnered well over a million views on AirVuz and was nominated as a Finalist in the first annual Drone Video Awards.   Tune in as he shares some of the tricks of the trade with Tyler.  

Drone Dish: Sandrine Hecq
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The Drone Dish: Sandrine Hecq

The Drone Dish

Born in South Africa and now living in Australia, Sandrine Hecq is a world-traveling, drone-flying adventurer.  She has become a juggernaut on Instagram, with over 50k followers as of the beginning of 2019, and her video "My Drone Story" was picked as a finalist for the second annual DVA's.  On this episode of The Drone Dish, Sandrine talks about how she got into travel vlogging, what it's like to fly in Zimbabwe, the Maldives, her adopted new home in Western Australia, and what's next.

Profile of WA Pilot Merr Watson
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The Drone Dish: Merr Watson

The Drone Dish

Contributor Merr Watson, a rising travel blogger who has introduced drones to her repertoir, hails from the Philippines.  Her most popular video on AirVuz is "A Place I Call Home", a tribute to her native Philippines, which was a finalist for the 2017 AirVuz Drone Video Awards in the People category.  On this episode of The Drone Dish, host Tyler Mason chats with this former corporate marketing professional turned world traveler, who now makes her home in Western Australia.

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