Flourish – the free online community for people with special interests – has published a list of popular spots in Queensland’s dark moon landings.
Key points:Flourish says the Dark Moon has not yet been confirmedFlourished areas are now being marked with markers to help visitors navigate the dark and eerie night.
The site’s website also says people should be cautious in places where people have been known to cause trouble.
Flourishing said it had made the list as a precautionary measure to avoid causing trouble to the public.
It said dark moon sightings had increased significantly in recent years and that it had had reports from all over Queensland.
The website also recommends people to use caution when exploring areas where dark moon activity is common, especially when the moon is above the horizon.
The dark moon has not been officially confirmed, but a dark moon in the Southern Hemisphere in 2019 has been named a “dark-moon supermoon”.
This was the first time that a dark-moon was officially recorded in Australia.
Flourishes website says there are some spots in the state where it is possible to see the moon at the same time that it is above or below the horizon, such as the North Queensland town of Mooloolaba.
In that case, you should consider the dark-side of the moon for reference.
The new dark moon location is currently on the eastern edge of the Mooloo Bay area and is about 400km south-west of the town of Eglinton.
A post shared by Flourishing (@flourishing) October 16, 2019 11:30amThe list of Dark Moon locations is divided into areas where the moon has been visible in the Northern Hemisphere since 2018, the Southern hemisphere since the year 2020 and the Pacific Ocean area since the 1970s.
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