Monday, November 18, 2019

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...

Blackbutt “Benaroon”

The stoutest blackbutt (Eucalyptus pilularis Sm.). 60 m high, girth 15.1 m. Location, GPS coordinates: 31.6882 S 152.6823 E Categories: Trees Values: Biology, Visual Rating: Where is located? Australia and Oceania, Australia, New...

Old Bottle Butt

The stoutest known red bloodwood (Corymbia gummifera), circumference 17.5 m (16.3 m?), height 52 m. Location, GPS coordinates: 31.5276 S 152.7437 E Categories: Trees Values: Biology, Visual Rating: Where is located? Australia and...

Moreton Bay Fig in Bellingen

Giant fig tree - Moreton Bay Fig (Ficus macrophylla Desf. ex Pers.) with a girth of 18 m, 50 m high. In fact these...

White Cliffs Pineapple Opal Fields

Find of unique opalised fossils and crystals of other minerals replaced with opal. Often these opal stones look like clusters or balls of radiating...

Lightning Ridge Opal Fields

World's best find of black opals. Location, GPS coordinates: 29.4451 S 147.9782 E Categories: Rare natural materials, Gemstone finds Values: Geology Rating: Where is located? Australia and Oceania, Australia, New South Wales, Orana...

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Iconic 139 meters high arch bridge, built in 1932. Location, GPS coordinates: 33.8517 S 151.2110 E Categories: Transport infrastructure, Bridges and overpasses Values: Architecture, Visual Rating: Where is located? Australia and Oceania, Australia,...

Sydney Opera House

One of the iconic buildings representing not only Australia but the 20th century architecture in general. Built in 1973. Location, GPS coordinates: 33.8569 S 151.2152 E Categories: Public...

Mungo Lady

Find of the oldest cremated human remains in the world. Contrary to the name it seems that here rests a male, who was cremated...

Brewarrina fish traps

Impressive and complex system of stone settings serving as a trap for fish. It is possible that these structures have existed here for some...