Darngku – Geikie Gorge

att köpa Cialis i sverige The magnificent Darngku (Geikie Gorge) is part of an ancient barrier reef that developed during the Devonian Period, around 360 million years ago. Since the oceans receded, the mighty Fitzroy River has slowly gouged through the rock, forming the deep rippled walls that now tower spectacularly over the water.

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oiq option While the waters of Darngku are generally placid, during the wet season the river can flood spectacularly with a flow of 30,000 cubic metres per second, making it Australia’s largest river.

click to read more The unusual geography of the area has contributed to a unique ecosystem that includes abundant fresh-water crocodiles as well as the rare Leichhardt’s sawfish and Coach-whip stingray. To the delight of fisherman for centuries, the gorge is also home to the hard-fighting Barramundi.

http://coconutcharcoalindonesia.com/?decerko=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-handeln-legal&c0f=84 In 1883 Darngku was given a European name in honour of Sir Archibald Geikie, the Director General of Geological Survey for Great Britain and Ireland.

binäre optionen eu It is located within the grounds of Geikie Gorge National Park, 20km from Fitzroy Crossing, in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia.

Indigenous Heritage

More about the author The Kimberley region has an Indigenous history dating back between 40,000 and 60,000 years, the oldest established culture on earth. In the Darngku region the indigenous people are known as ‘Bunuba’.

trade opzioni binarie 1 euro Taking a Darngku Heritage Cruise will provide you with a unique insight into the law, traditions, and lifestyle of an ancient people and expose you to the foods, natural bush medicines and tools that the Bunuba have passed down for generations.

كسب المال الحقيقي On our extended tours you will visit places of deep historical significance to the Aboriginal people and hear stories from the Dreamtime, including the local legend of an Aboriginal Elder who drowned in Darngku and whose spirit lives on in a most curious form.

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Indigenous Heritage

The Kimberley region has an Indigenous history dating back between 40,000 and 60,000 years, the oldest established culture on earth. In the Darngku region the indigenous people are known as ‘Bunuba’.

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