Where On Google Earth?

The Online Geography Game

Contest #37 Answer

As I will occasionally do from time to time, this contest was taken from one of my recent travels. A few Over the last several weeks I drove from Darwin to Perth, Australia. On the way I visited Purnululu National Park, a World Heritage Site in Western Australia. There, I visited the Bee Hive Domes in the Bugle Bungle Mountain Range. The Bee Hive domes are a unique erosional formation which have developed on the south side of the Bungle Bungles. Other parts of the range feature stunning gorges and chasms.

I hope to speed up the posts now that I’m back in civilization. On another note, I’ve launched a new video podcast. You can check out episode 1 here.

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Bee Hive Domes, Purnululu, Bungle Bungles

Bee Hive Domes, Purnululu National Park, Bungles Bungles, Rive

June 15th, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | no comments

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