Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Blowhole of De Witt Island

One of the world's most impressive blowholes. It can be seen from the boat on a remote island. Location, GPS coordinates: 43.5919 S 146.37517 E Categories: Blowholes Values: Geology, Visual Rating: Where...

Breathing Rock in South Bruny Island

An impressive blowhole which can be seen only from the sea. It is definitely taller than 10 m. Location, GPS coordinates: 43.3925 S 147.37082 E Categories: Blowholes Values: Geology, Visual Rating: Where...

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...

Blackman’s Bay Blowhole

Impressive collapsed sea cave - former blowhole. Now it forms a large natural bridge with a road going over it. Location, GPS coordinates: 42.99932 S 147.32814...

Pirates Bay Blowhole

Sea cave with collapsed roof - blowhole. At rough weather the splashes are up to 10 m high. The blowhole is some 90 m...

Bicheno Blowhole

An impressive, picturesque blowhole, which creates a slanted fountain. During the storms, it can get up to 20 m high and might be even...

Giblin River Stromatolites

A rare colony of freshwater stromatolites in karstic wetlands of Giblin River. Stromatolites have developed on the karstic spring mounds. Location, GPS coordinates: 42.9445 S 145.7510...

Boreas – the tallest Eucalyptus obliqua

The tallest known Australian oak (Eucalyptus obliqua L'Hér.). The tree is 88 m high and has a girth of 11 m and volume of...

Alpine Ash in Florentine Valley

The highest alpine ash (Eucalyptus delegatensis R.T.Baker). Height 87.9 m, girth 9.6 m, volume 161 m3. Name in forestry databases - TT 79. Location,...

Reynolds Falls

Beautiful waterfall on Vale River. Waterfall is in a narrow gorge and falls with a single, more than 50 m tall plunge from a...