Are the 12 apostles sedimentary rocks?
The Twelve Apostles and the coastal cliffs of Port Campbell National Park are made up of limestone, which is a sedimentary rock.
Is Twelve Apostles a metamorphic rock?
The 12 Apostles was made out of a sedimentary rock called Limestone.
What type of rock is limestone stacks?
A common stack is near the sea, made up of many rocks built up vertically, usually formed by wave erosion, wind and water. This is a sedimentary rock, mainly made up of limestone.
Who discovered the 12 Apostles?
The Twelve Apostles were obviously discovered by the local aboriginals, but an English man, George Bass also saw the 12 Apostles in January 1798 and then named them ‘The Sow And The Piglets’.