The most northern state on Australia’s eastern coast, Queensland covers 1,852,000 square kilometers, an enormous area and includes tropical and sub-tropical climates. It reaches from the Coral Sea in the east and includes its world renown coral reefs, world heritage ancient rainforests, mountains and coastal areas; and in the west, deserts and savanna.
It has enormous mineral and agricultural wealth and is a major international tourist destination.
Despite its enormous land area, the population is around 5.2 million and mostly concentrated in the southern coastal areas and the capital, Brisbane.
Chillagoe – Mungana Caves: An extensive ancient limestone cave system. Long ago the laying down of an ancient coral rock… Read More »Chillagoe – Mungana Caves National Park