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Geography Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 209 pictures in our Geography collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

The Nimbin Rocks Featured Print

The Nimbin Rocks

The Nimbin Rocks, rhyolite spires remaining from the Tweed Volcano that erupted some 20 million years ago. Early settlers named them the Needle, Cathedral and Thimble. Nimbin, New South Wales, Australia

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Best Of Australia, Geography, Geology, Green Cauldron, Landscape, Low Angle View, Mist, Misty, Nature, Nimbin Rocks, Northern Rivers, Rock Formation, Scenery, Scenic, Tourism, Travel Destinations, Tweed Shield Volcano, Volcanic, Weather

Walls of China dune Featured Print

Walls of China dune

Walls of China dune. Mungo National Park continues to yield archaeological evidence that Aboriginal occupation of the area may have been underestimated by tens of thousands of years. Mungo National Park, far western New South Wales, Australia

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Ancient Human Habitation, Arid, Australian, Colourful, Dawn, Desert, Dry, Eroded, Erosion, Formations, Geography, Lakebed, Landscape, Lunette, Megafauna Site, National Park, Nature, Outback, Panorama, Panoramic, Pastel Colours, Pink, Remote, Saltbush, Sand, Scenery, Scenic, Site, Tourism, Travel Destinations, Vibrant Colour, Willandra Lakes, Wind Sculpted, World Heritage Area, World Heritage Site

Coastal Horsetail casuarina trees (Casuarina equisetifolia) Featured Print

Coastal Horsetail casuarina trees (Casuarina equisetifolia)

Coastal Horsetail casuarina trees (Casuarina equisetifolia), planted in some locations after sand mining as erosion control, may be expanding its natural range due to this. The red rock is Banded jasper, an aggregate rock about 3 billion years old, containing silica coloured by tiny (red) iron-oxide particles. The oxygen that combined with dissolved iron in the seawater was emitted from bacterial colonies called stromatolites, that dominated the long period during which there was very little oxygen in the atmosphere and in the ocean. Red Rock, New South Wales, Australia

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