Tuesday, March 17, 2020

False Entrance Blowholes

Deep blowholes, penetrated by the wave energy through 30-40 m thick rocks. At high swell jets of water rise from the holes. Usually only...

Dirk Hartog Island Blowhole

An impressive blowhole at the base of some 40 m high seaside cliffs. At high swells it creates a deafening noise and shoots up...

Thunder Bay Blowholes

Unusually powerful blowholes. Here the coastal cliffs (Zuytdorp Cliffs) are more than 100 m high and the wave energy has pierced the rocks, creating...

Torndirrup Blowholes

Here sea waves create fountains as they hit the crevasses in the granite. Location, GPS coordinates: 35.11919 S 117.92106 E Categories: Blowholes Values: Geology, Visual Rating: Where is located? Australia and Oceania, Australia,...

Quobba Blowholes

Wonderful landscape with a group of some 30 blowholes. Water jets are beating up to 30 m high and even higher. Location, GPS coordinates: 24.48156 S...

King George Falls

Most likely, the most beautiful and impressive of all the beautiful waterfalls of Kimberley Region is King George Falls - some 80 m tall...

Donkin Falls

Some 90 m tall waterfall with a single plunge. The stream is perennial. Location, GPS coordinates: 14.9964 S 125.5089 E Categories: Waterfalls Values: Geology, Visual Rating: Where is located? Australia and Oceania, Australia,...

Big Mertens Falls

Some 60 m tall curtain of falling water over sandstone cliffs. Location, GPS coordinates: 14.8243 S 125.6969 E Categories: Waterfalls Values: Geology, Visual Rating: Where is located? Australia and Oceania, Australia, Western Australia,...

Shell Beach, L’Haridon Bight

One of the few beaches in the world which consists exclusively of shells. Here shells extend for 60 kilometres with a 7 -10 m...

Bundera Sinkhole

Some 70 m deep, flooded sinkhole with anchialine ecosystem - e.g. the groundwater in this cave is connected to the sea, while at the...