Results for @author david rowley
Displaying results 141 - 160 of 302 in total

Darwin Oil Storage Tunnels

Published about 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

These oil storage tunnels were originally build to store large quantities of oil for refuelling ships during WW2. The tunnels were not comp<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/darwin-oil-storage-tunnels">...(more)</a>

Chambers Pillar

Published about 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

Chambers Pillar (Aboriginal name 'Idracowra' or 'Etikaura') is a sandstone formation some 160 km south of Alice Springs in the Northern Terr<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/chambers-pillar-australia">...(more)</a>

Darwin Museum - Refugee Boats

Published about 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

Lyons River Crossing

Published about 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

The causeway that crosses the Lyons River on this highway makes the crossing a very simple one, providing there has not been too much r<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/lyons-river-crossing-australia">...(more)</a>

Natures Window

Published about 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

Nature's Window, one of the many amazing things to visit in Kalbarri National Park in Western Australia

Principality of Hutt River

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

The Principality of Hutt River was created in 1970, as a province by the name of Hutt River Province, in response to a dispute with the gov<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/principality-of-hutt-river">...(more)</a>

Mount Nameless

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

Mount nameless is accessible all the way to the summit by 4 wheel drive vehicle. From the summit you are able to look over a large iron ore m<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/mount-nameless-australia">...(more)</a>

The Old Ghan

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

Construction of what was then known as the Port Augusta to Government Gums Railway began in 1878 when Premier of South Australia Sir William Je<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/the-old-ghan-australia">...(more)</a>

The Winter Road

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

During the winter of 2010-2011, the UK saw an unusually cold winter. The snow and cold weather does make many people stay indoors to enjoy the warmth, but it also attracts many people to go outside and explore.

Breaden Pool

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

Breaden Pool was once used by David Carnegie, an explorer who in 1896 led an expedition from the Gold fields in the South West of Western Australia to Ha<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/breaden-pool">...(more)</a>

Cattle Country

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

I found the country at the upper side of the Ashburton River to be some of the driest I had ever seen in Austalia. Many cattle stations exist<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/cattle-country-australia">...(more)</a>

Karijini National Park - Kermit's Pool

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

This photo was taken from the deepest that most people will make it down Hancock Gorge. The sign seen in this picture marks the end of the tra<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/kermits2-pool-australia">...(more)</a>

Oxer's Lookout

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

Oxer’s lookout is one of the main attractions of Karijini National Park. The lookout allows you to see where 4 gorges meet. From the <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/oxers-lookout-karijini-australia">...(more)</a>

Mount Augustus

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

Often claimed to be the world’s largest monolith, Mount Augustus stands 1106 metres above sea level and has a central ridge 8 kilometres in length. It <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/mount-augustus">...(more)</a>

Indoor Climbing - Darwin

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

Wolfe Creek Crater

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater is an impact crater approximately 850 metres in diameter.  The impact is believed to have happened 300,000 years ago. Parts of the movie Wolf Creek were filmed at this impact crater.

Surveyors Pool

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

Surveyors Pool is located in a remote part of the Kimberley region of Western Australia on the Mitchell Plateau. It is a long drive to get th<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/surveyors-pool-australia">...(more)</a>

Breaden Hills

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

As the Canning Stock Route passes through the Southesk Tablelands region, the Breaden Hills can be seen. In the late 19th Century the explorer<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/breaden-hills-australia">...(more)</a>

Carson River Track

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

The Carson River Track could possibly be one of the toughest 4 wheel  drive challenges that exist in Australia. The photographer of this <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/carson-river-track-australia">...(more)</a>

Fitzroy Crossing

Published over 2 years ago by David Rowley

License license

A 4 wheel drive vehicle crosses the Fitzroy River at the old Fitzroy River crossing near the township of Fitzroy Crossing. During the wet s<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/fitzroy-crossing-australia">...(more)</a>