About 5.000 dwarfs, pink lake (not blue lake), wave rock, etc. are real in the land of kangaroos. Do you believe that it is true? But All Know-How will show Australia strange facts but real things in this article.
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Dwarts ‘Live’ In The Forest
In the north of Australia, there is a famous tourist attraction holding a great appeal to everybody. It is Gnomesville, the village full of dummies. It is located in Wellington-street, Mill, near Ferguson valley. The roadsides are covered with mint fields, weeds and a large number of terracotta dummies and little dwarfs.
Especially, there are about 5000 dwarfs ‘live’ in the village. According to The News, those dummies put in here are registered their names with the town hall, and identification (ID) card is available for each of them.
A Sub-Nation In The Middle Of Australia
The Principality of Hutt River (75 square km in area), is a province, in fact, having seceded from Australia. About 30 people live here, and it was founded by Leonard Casley. In the 1970s, Casley declared his vast farm to be an independent country. Nowadays, the Principality is reigned by Casley’son, Hutt Prince Leonard I.
In addition, although being recognized by no countries, Principality of Hutt River still has its stamp, passport and currency unit. Visting Hutt River is one of the favorite activities of many visitors.
The Happiest Animal In The World
Most visitors come to Australia are fond of taking photos with the quokka, which is often referred to as “the happiest animal in the world”. Quokkas live in Rottnest Island and be famous for their cheeky little grins.
Hillier Lake, the lake having the pink color, is located in Middle Island, the biggest island among ones belonging to Recherche, Western Australia. Looking down from above, the lake looks like an exaggerated pink chewing gum balloon. That the color of the water makes Hillier become special.
Wave rock is one of the most famous and majestic formations of Australia with 15 meters of high, 110 meters in length, and its shape is the same as a wave. Minerals in the rain poured down Western Australia through thousands of years give off the unique red and yellow colors on the surface of the rock. Moreover, at different times of the day, under the influence of the sun, the color of rock will change. This is also one of the destinations that no one wants to miss when having a chance to come to Australia.