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River Red Gum Woodland

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Ormiston Creek is a significant region in Tjoritja / West MacDonnell National Park, which starts its journey in Ormiston Pound, flows through Ormiston Gorge, and ultimately joins the Fink River. It is a stunning natural landscape of Australia and holds deep cultural value for its traditional owners, the Arrernte people.

I have long been articaly inspired by this area, which is known as Kwartatuma, and features stunning ranges, gorges, and creeks lined with River Red Gums Eucalyptus camaldulensis. These iconic Australian trees are highly valued by different Aboriginal groups, including Alyawarr, Anmatyerr, and Eastern Arrernte, for their medicinal and cultural uses.
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Ormiston Creek is a significant region in Tjoritja / West MacDonnell National Park, which starts its journey in Ormiston Pound, flows through Ormiston Gorge, and ultimately joins the Fink River. It is a stunning natural landscape of Australia and holds deep cultural value for its traditional owners, the Arrernte people.<br />
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I have long been articaly inspired by this area, which is known as Kwartatuma, and features stunning ranges, gorges, and creeks lined with River Red Gums Eucalyptus camaldulensis. These iconic Australian trees are highly valued by different Aboriginal groups, including Alyawarr, Anmatyerr, and Eastern Arrernte, for their medicinal and cultural uses.