"The 239,723 ha Purnululu National Park is located in the State of Western Australia. It contains the deeply dissected Bungle Bungle Range composed of Devonian-age quartz sandstone eroded over a period of 20 million years into a series of beehive-shaped towers or cones, whose steeply sloping surfaces are distinctly marked by regular horizontal bands of dark-grey cyanobacterial crust (single-celled photosynthetic organisms). These outstanding examples of cone karst owe their existence and uniqueness to several interacting geological, biological, erosional and climatic phenomena." -http://whc.unesco.org
|Info on postcard: Bungle Bungles are unique beehive shaped tower or cones|
This postcard completes my Australian UNESCO WHS postcards collection!
Thank you so much Penny for making me happy! ^-^