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Noongar Country

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Dryandra Woodlands National Park is a protected area south of Perth in Western Australia. It is the remaining primary habitat for wild Numbats. In addition to the area's use as a wildlife refuge, it has anthropological significance with the indigenous Noongar people having strong cultural links there. I have found this woodlands colour pallet particularly alluring from an aesthetic perspective.
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Dryandra Woodlands National Park is a protected area south of Perth in Western Australia. It is the remaining primary habitat for wild Numbats. In addition to the area's use as a wildlife refuge, it has anthropological significance with the indigenous Noongar people having strong cultural links there. I have found this woodlands colour pallet particularly alluring from an aesthetic perspective.