Kanangra Walls, NSW

Monday, 22 March 2010
Kanangra Walls, NSW

Kanangra Walls, NSW

As mentioned in my previous post, I didn’t particularly want to reprise (even in the opposite direction) the super narrow, super twisty route by which I’d arrived at the Caves, and since there was another road out of there with a brown-and-white “tourist drive” sign indicating that something called Kanangra Walls was 32 km (if memory serves) away, I decided to give it a go. What on earth was a Kanangra Walls anyway?

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The Orient cave, Jenolan

Friday, 19 March 2010

Columns and stalagmites

The Jenolan Caves (S33° 49.280′, E150° 01.141′, 814m) in New South Wales are among the oldest caves in the world. Australian geologists have estimated their age to be 340 million years, which places their origins in the Carboniferous Era.

The Orient Cave is one of ten caves that are open to the public, and the most highly decorated of them all. All tours are guided with the exception of the Nettle Cave/Devils Coach House tour. Fees apply.

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“Plants With Bite” Display and Fair, Mount Tomah

Monday, 15 March 2010

An immature pitcher (Nepenthes thorelii X truncata, grown by J Biddlecombe)

This is the second year I’ve been up to the Australasian Carnivorous Plant Society‘s “Plants With Bite” Display and Fair at Mount Tomah Botanic Garden in the Blue Mountains. The event took place over two weekends (27 February to 07 March).
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Boring Statistics: WCG

Tuesday, 2 March 2010


This is the current status of my World Community Grid effort.
 

 

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