Saturday, August 8, 2020

Triarius

Next to the highest known eucalypt - Centurion in August 2008 there was discovered another tree giant - Triarius. Triarius is an enormous eucalypt -...

Kermandie Queen

The stoutest eucalyptus - a mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans F.Muell.). Circumference 21.65 m, height 60 m. Suffered burns during the fire in January 2019. Location,...

Rullah Longatyle (Strong Girl)

The largest eucalypt and largest Tasmanian blue gum (Eucalyptus globulus Labill.) in the world. Volume 368 m3. Height 82.3 m, diameter 5.54 m (circumference...

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...

The highest Tasmanian blue gum – lucky survivor

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

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...

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...

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...

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...

Gothmog

The largest Australian oak (Eucalyptus obliqua L'Hér.). Volume 337 m³. 53 m high, diameter 5.37 m, girth - 17 m. The tree has many...