Monday, July 16, 2018

Coober Pedy dugouts

The best opals in the world are mined in the central part of South Australia. For some 100 years here exists Coober Pedy -...

Palm Valley, Northern Territory

There are no palms in the extensive deserts of central Australia... except for Palm Valley and some places near it. This small, picturesque valley...

Giant Tingle Tree

In the southern part of Western Australia is found unique subtropical forest - Valley of the Giants. Here grow some of the largest trees...

Wolfe Creek crater

Wolfe Creek crater is one of the most impressive impact craters on Earth, sometimes compared to the most impressive one - Meteor crater (Barringer...

Veevers crater

One of best preserved impact craters on Earth is Veevers Crater. This crater in remote part of Western Australia was noticed by specialists only...

Wonders of Western Australia

Most interesting wonders of Western Australia Below are listed the most amazing natural and man made landmarks of Western Australia. Natural landmarks Described wonders of Western Australia M Recommended...

White Knight – the tallest manna gum

Several coincidences have spared the highest known white gum of the world - White Knight - from felling. A group of enormous, incredibly tall trees...

Neeminah Loggorale Meena – the tallest Tasmanian blue gum

The highest known Tasmanian blue gum - Neeminah Loggorale Meena - currently is almost enclosed by clearcut (look at Google Earth map to the...

Wonders of Australia

Most interesting wonders of Australia Below are listed the most amazing natural and man made landmarks of Australia. Natural landmarks Natural landmarks are most impressive and surprising...

Morning Glory of Carpentaria Gulf

To the south from the Carpentaria Gulf there is seen extremely unusual weather phenomenon - Morning Glory of Carpentaria Gulf. It happens (and rather often),...