Saturday, June 6, 2020

Paralana Radioactive Springs

Hot springs with a temperature of 57 degrees C, highly radioactive. The heat could be caused by the natural nuclear fission. Discharge - 16...

Coober Pedy Opal Mines

World's largest find of gem quality opal. Location, GPS coordinates: 29.0075 S 134.7236 E Categories: Rare natural materials, Gemstone finds Values: Geology Rating: Where is located? Australia and Oceania, Australia, South Australia, around...

Naracoorte Caves

Group of 28 caves which contain remnants of 99 species of mammals plus remnants of other kinds of animals. Exceptionally well preserved remains of...

Nilpena Ediacaran Fossil Site

The world's richest find of Ediacaran fossils, contains unique fossils of extremely ancient soft-bodied animals who lived 630 – 542 million years ago. Geological...

Dalhousie Springs

A group of up to 60 powerful thermal springs at the fringe of desert. Temperature of water reaches 38 - 43 degrees C. Total...

Koonalda Cave

This cave is richly decorated with approximately 20,000 years old drawings over area of thousands of square meters. Part of the cave flooded as...

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 -...