Beef cattle drinking from a dam on a lush grassland property, Darling Ranges, Flinders Island Tasmania
Beef cattle drinking from a dam on a lush grassland property, Darling Ranges, Flinders Island Tasmania.
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Tegallalang rice fields, Bali
Terraces planted with rice on a hillside amidst tropical vegetation and palm trees on the island of Bali.
© © Wes Eggins
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View of Cairns and Barron River, Far North Queensland, Australia
Cairns is a major city on the east coast of Far North Queensland in Australia. The city is the 5th most populous in Queensland and 14th overall in Australia. Cairns was founded in 1876 and named after William Wellington Cairns, Governor of Queensland from 1875-1877. It was formed to serve miners heading for the Hodgkinson River goldfield, but experienced a decline when an easier route was discovered from Port Douglas. It later developed into a railhead and major port for exporting sugar cane, gold and other metals, minerals and agricultural products from surrounding coastal areas and the Atherton Tableland region. Cairns is a popular travel destination for tourists because of its tropical climate and access to the Great Barrier Reef, one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
The Barron River (Bibhoora) is located on the Atherton Tablelands inland from Cairns in northern Queensland, Australia. With its headwaters below Mount Hypipamee, the 165-kilometre (103 mi)-long river with a catchment area of approximately 2, 138 square kilometres (825 sq mi) forms through run off from the Mount Hypipamee National Park, flows through Lake Tinaroo, and eventually empties into the Coral Sea near Smithfield.
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