Sunday, March 15, 2020

Wonders of Australia and Oceania

Most interesting wonders in Australia and Oceania.

Eliot Falls

Picturesque waterfall with several steps. One step of this waterfall has formed a ravine in the bedrock and at high water it falls all...

Landmarks of Norfolk Island

Most interesting landmarks of Norfolk Island Most outstanding landmark is Norfolk Island subtropical rainforest located in the northern part of island. This is the last...

Maingon Blowhole

Some 40 m deep, narrow sinkhole - collapse of a sea cave. It is dangerous to attempt to see its bottom but the waves...

Mamo plateau

South-western part of Muller Plateau contains unique natural monument - the 100 km² large Mamo plateau which is covered with more than hundred giant...

Kakamora Caves – mystery of the dwarf people

Makira Island (earlier - San Cristobal) is sparsely populated, jungle-covered island - possibly the wildest large Solomon Island. Most people here live in coastal...

Walga Rock

One of largest monoliths in Australia, approximately 1.8 km long. Contains Walga Rock Art. Location, GPS coordinates: 27.3998 S 117.4691 E Categories: Rock formations, Monoliths, Petroglyphs and rock...

The Temple Fig

Giant white fig (Ficus virens) which has a circumference of 19 m and is 36 m tall. If measured at the height of 1.4...

Stewart’s Tree

The tallest known karri (Eucalyptus diversicolor) is the 85 m tall Stewart's Tree or Stewart Karri. There are frequently found specimens of this species...

Donna Cave

Donna Cave is 245 m long and up to 41 m deep show cave with nice stalactites and stalagmites, available only under the guidance...

Bisi Falls (Wasi falls)

The most impressive falls in Papua New Guinea are Bisi Falls - the largest of Wasi Falls. Main part of this magnificent waterfall is...