Australia 2017 Caves Pair Self-adhesive Coil MUH (985)
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$1 – Cliefden Caves, NSWLocated along the Belubula River, the Cliefden karst environment includes one of the most significant cave systems on private land in New South Wales and is also the site of the first discovery of limestone on mainland Australia in 1815. There are approximately 100 individual caves at Cliefden, which contain diverse speleothems, including rare pale-blue formations. There is also an abundance of fossil deposits. The stamp features the beautiful golden stalactites and stalagmites of the highly decorated Clown Room in Cliefden Main Cave. The stamp photograph was taken by Alan Pryke.
$1 – Weebubbie Cave, WAWeebubbie Cave, near Eucla in Western Australia, is a culturally significant site to the Mirning people. Weebubbie Cave was formed millions of years ago and is the deepest cave in the Nullarbor, which itself is made up of the largest continuous block of limestone in the world. The lakes of Weebubbie Cave are filled with water so crystal clear that visibility has been measured at depths greater than 150 metres. The stamp photograph was taken by Steve Trewavas.
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