Undara lava tubes, Far North Queensland Outback

Undara lava tubes, Far North Queensland Outback, Australia

Undara Volcanic National Park: The massive Undara lava tubes – the world’s longest molten-rock tunnels. They were formed around 190, 000 years ago following a three-month eruption of a single shield volcano. The massive lava flows drained towards the sea, following the routes of ancient river beds, and while the surface of the lava cooled and hardened, hot lava continued to race through the centre of the flows, eventually leaving enormous basalt tubes.

A tour to Northern Australia’s most spectacular sights - Atherton Tablelands and the caves at Undara Lava Tubes. See the Savannah Way's beautiful national parks and mountain ranges.

How to do Undara National Park in 4 days from Cairns #thisisqueensland

Craters, caves, volcanoes and waterfalls around Undara Volcanic National Park. Here's how you can do it all in 4 days from Cairns.

Beaches, castles and lava tubes, oh my!

Beaches, castles and lava tubes, oh my!

Undara Lava Tubes http://travelnq.com/undara-experience/

Discover Undara Lava Tubes in Mount Surprise, Australia: White cockroaches and other cave species occupy this massive series of lava tubes.

Undara Lava Tubes - Queensland, Australia via Aaron K Hall

Undara Lava Tubes - Queensland, Australia via Aaron K Hall

Bush breakfast at Undara Lava Tubes - Queensland, Australia

Introducing the Undara Lava Tubes in Outback Queensland

Touring the Undara Lava Tubes in Outback Queensland has been one of the most fascinating experiences so far on our road trip around Australia.

The Lava Tubes of Undara Volcanic National Park

In the vast savannah of Australia’s North Queensland, 300 km southwest from the city of Cairns, lies the Undara Volcanic National Park where.


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