Total Eclipse: A Once-in-a-Lifetime Festival of Science, Music, and Celestial Wonder. August 19–21, 2017 in Eastern Oregon.
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Melbourne, Australia

Wunderkammer

The word 'wunderkammer' translates as 'wonder-chamber'. This Wunderkammer is both a museum and a retail store
-37.8133, 144.9594
Box Hill Brick Works
Box Hill, Australia

Box Hill Brick Works

A local landmark that has become a hub of graffiti and urban exploration
-37.8242, 145.1159
Gog and Magog and Gaunt's Clock
Melbourne, Australia

Gog and Magog

These mythological giants take time out of their busy day guarding a Victorian market to let you know what time it is.
-37.8147, 144.9635
The SS Ayerfield
Sydney, Australia

SS Ayerfield

Nature is leading a successful mutiny on this century-old freighter
-33.8489, 151.0677
The Big Cheese in Bodalla, New South Wales, Australia. (Wikimedia Commons)
Bodalla, Australia

Big Cheese

Giant wheel of cheese marks a dairying village
-36.0821, 150.0494
Big Murray Cod in Tocumwal, Australia. (Wikimedia Commons)
Tocumwal, Australia

Big Murray Cod

Fibreglas fish built in 1968 after months of fundraising
-35.8109, 145.5620
Yellow Brick Road Maze
Promised Land, Australia

Tasmazia and the Village of Lower Crackpot

A huge maze complex and whimsical miniature village in Tasmania.
-41.4278, 146.2042
Tasman Island, Australia

Cape Pillar Sea Cliffs

The tallest sea cliffs on the Southern Hemisphere are a climber's worst nightmare
-43.2214, 148.0074
Regent Street railway station.
Chippendale, Australia

Mortuary Station

A special train service transported Sydney's dead from this station to "Necropolis Receiving Houses" at Rockwood Cemetery.
-33.8867, 151.2024
Big Miner's Lamp in Lithgow, Australia. (Wikimedia Commons)
Bowenfels, Australia

Big Miner's Lamp

Giant lamp houses the tourism information center
-33.4780, 150.1357
Eucalyptus regnans surrounding the Styx River. (Wikimedia Commons)
Styx, Australia

Styx Valley Forest

Rainforest filled with record-holding eucalyptus
-42.8110, 146.6739
Stockton, Australia

The Nobbys Gunpowder Tunnels

A series of gun powder chambers currently hidden from view within Nobbys Headland in Newcastle, Australia
-32.9186, 151.7983
Fruit Bat!
Fairfield, Australia

Fruit Bats of Yarra Bend Park

Is there such thing as too many fruit bats? Not anymore
-37.7954, 145.0120
The Maize Maze as seen from above.
Arthurs Seat, Australia

The Enchanted Maze Garden

Largest maize maze in the Southern hemisphere built with GPS technology on more than two acres
-38.3595, 144.9526
The Caves, Australia

Capricorn Caves

A wonder of natural limestone formations etched by millions of years of natural interaction between rainfall and rock and air
-23.1660, 150.4908
Ansons Bay, Australia

Bay of Fires

Aqua white sand highlighted with fiery red rocks
-41.1295, 148.2845
Spotswood Pumping Station
Spotswood, Australia

Spotswood Pumping Station

A youth-centric science center hides an industrial triumph
-37.8315, 144.8927
The Spiky Bridge
Swansea, Australia

Spiky Bridge

This historic Australian bridge was built by convicts with giant stone spikes to prevent cattle from falling off the sides
-42.1867, 148.0646
The Giant Stairway
Katoomba, Australia

The Giant Stairway

A massive stairway that almost wasn't leads to one of Australia's most scenic vistas
-33.7350, 150.3152
Wreck of the HMVS Cerebus
Black Rock, Australia

HMVS Cerberus

Australia's only intact colonial warship never saw action before being turned into a scenic wreck
-37.9668, 145.0101
Big Golden Guitar in Tamworth, Australia.
Hillvue, Australia

Big Golden Guitar

Monument that stands 40 feet and weighs 1,000 pounds
-31.1298, 150.9208
Sydney, Australia

Cockatoo Island

Cockatoo Island is a Heritage-listed island in the middle of Sydney Harbour.
-33.8471, 151.1716
Climbing Shot Tower
Taroona, Australia

Joseph Moir's Shot Tower

For a century, the tallest building in Tasmania was a tower built to manufacture ammunition.
-42.9580, 147.3374
Big Merino in Goulburn, Australia. (Wikimedia Commons)
Goulburn, Australia

Big Merino

Three-story concrete ram with a permanent gift shop
-34.7737, 149.6914