Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Wonders of Australia and Oceania

Most interesting wonders in Australia and Oceania.

Landmarks of Cocos Islands (Keeling Islands)

Most interesting landmarks of Cocos Islands Cocos Islands or Keeling Islands are two low-lying corall atolls. There is not much interesting to see here -...

Hugh’s Dale Waterfall

Tne of the highlights of Christmas Island is the unusual Hugh's Dale Waterfall. The hard water of the spring, which feeds this waterfall, has...

The Dales of Christmas Island

The epitome of Christmas Island rainforest is represented in The Dales. These seven - eight valleys at the western shore of Christmas Islands have...

Hosnies Spring mangroves

Usually mangrove ecosystem develops in shallow sea water. But there exists relict mangrove forest rised by tectonic forces 24 - 37 m above the...

Christmas Island crab forest

Happily Christmas Island has not been heavily transformed by people and now represents a true wonder of nature. "Specialty" of this island is the...

Norfolk Island subtropical rainforest

When Captain Cook discovered Norfolk Island in 1774, it was covered with lush subtropical forest. Nowadays only a small part of it remains and...

Landmarks of Christmas Island

Most interesting landmarks of Christmas Island Geographically Christmas island is located in Asia, but, as the island belongs to Australia, it is reviewed as a...

Landmarks of Ashmore and Cartier Islands

The small islands 135 km from the Indonesian islands are not inhabited by people and above the sea level, there is not too much...

Landmarks of Norfolk Island

Most interesting landmarks of Norfolk Island Most outstanding landmark is Norfolk Island subtropical rainforest located in the northern part of island. This is the last...

Mele Cascades

Visit to the beautiful Mele Cascades fulfills the wish of many tourists to see the real nature of Vanuatu - especially if most part...