Question

One physical geographical site of Australia?

i need one physical geographical site of Australia & one aboriginal site.

and the location of each site on a map of australia

the latitude and longitude for each site

provide the state that each sites is located in

and the closest capital city to each site and the direction and distane that each site is from that city.

also a description of the key features of the site (what is found at the site? how was it created? geographical and/or human processes.

and a discussion on why the site is unique ( giving physical, cltural and historical feautures)

i know it's alot! but even if you only have some information on one thing it would be muchly appricated!

pleasepleaseplease help!

thanks

xoxox

Answers

I'll give you the list, you can do the research.

It's all on the web.

Uluru (Ayers Rock) in the N.T. is both a physical geographical site and and aboriginal sacred site.

Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) in the N.T. is both a physical geographical site and and aboriginal sacred site.

Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) in the N.T. is both a physical geographical site and and aboriginal sacred site.

Mount Augustus (Burringurrah) in W.A. - the world's largest Monocline, is both a physical geographical site and and aboriginal sacred site.

Carnarvon Gorge in Qld - is both a physical geographical site and and aboriginal sacred site.

The Three Sisters in N.S.W. - in the Blue Mountains National Park Echo Point.

Glasshouse Mountains in Qld.

#1

ayers rock

#2

tasmania

#3