Organ Pipes Rock Formation

The Organ Pipes National Park is a small park of 152ha 23 kilometres north-west of Melbourne covering a deep gorge of Jackson Creek on the Keilor planes. The Organ Pipes are basalt columns formed by lava 1 million years ago, other rock features include Roesette Rock, a radial array of basalt columns and sedimentary rocks with fossils laid down under the sea about 400 million years ago.

Copyright: Klaus mayer
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Uploaded: 08/08/2011
Updated: 02/10/2011


Tags: rock formation; organ pipes; victoria; national park; australia; calder park
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