Borroloola Travel Guide, Australia
Borroloola happens to be a small town located in the Northern Territory (capital Canberra), Australia. It is situated around 50 kilometers away from the famous Gulf of Carpentaria and shares its sides with River McArthur. When we say that Borroloola is a small town then we mean that it is small in terms of population. In this Borroloola Travel Guide we will make sure that you get well accustomed with this town.
Borroloola Travel Guide - Demographics
As per the census of 2006 the population of this small town was 773. You will be surprised to know that the number of people does not have four figures, but you will have to believe the statistics. The survey showed that 579 people form 773 were born in this town while the rest were from the neighboring regions. The altitude of this town is around 17 meters above the sea level.
Borroloola Travel Guide - Climate
The maximum temperature in Borroloola is around 34 degrees Celsius while the annual average minimum is around 19 degrees Celsius. The annual rainfall is 742 mm which reflects that the climate isn’t too wet. Summers for Borroloola are hot when at times the temperature touches 35 degree Celsius whiles the winters are cold. Winters are actually the best season for Borroloola considering the fact the cold winds won’t chill you to death but will surely make you feel comfortable.
Borroloola Travel Guide - Geography
This small town is located on the coastal plain between the Gulf of Carpentaria and Barkley Tablelands. Although the town receives moderate rainfall, the surrounding regions do get flooded every now and then due to the river that crosses the region. During the floods traveling around these regions is next to impossible.
Various rivers around town have carved awesome gorges through the sandstones of the area making the surroundings look beautiful. Borroloola is also home to various saltwater crocodiles and houses barramundi too. The region in and around the town has thick Savanna grasslands and receives a small amount of rainfall between the months of May and September which is enough for these grasslands.
We hope that this Borroloola Travel Guide will prove useful you when you visit it. Also, take some time to read many other travel guides in our archives.
Things about Borroloola you may be interested inBe the first who requests a site listing for this page.
Read our members' reviews about Borroloola
No reviews have been added yet for this category. Be the first to add a new one.
Read our members' travel tips about Borroloola
No travel tips have been added yet for this category. Be the first to add a new one.