Oceania has a variety of pristine landscapes with the some World Heritage areas and spectacular national parks. All this within differing climatic zones from tropical to sub-Antarctic. Notable national parks in Oceania include Kakadu, Purnululu, and Uluru-Kata Tjuta in Australia and Fiordland, Mt Aspiring, and Mount Cook in New Zealand. Much of Oceania is in the Ring of Fire, so there are plenty of volcanoes and thermal wonders, as well as spectacular mountains, particularly in New Zealand and New Guinea. Other features include the biggest desert area outside of the Sahara - the Australian Outback, rainforests as rich as the Amazon - including the Daintree which is the world'soldest and rich temperate rainforests in New Zealand and southern Australia, and the world'smost destructive volcano in the last thirty thousand years - Taupo.