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The Meeting Place MR11404

On 12 February 2016, Flinders Ranges National Park was renamed to include the Adnyamathanha word, Ikara, "meeting place", referring to the traditional name for Wilpena Pound. For generations, the Adnyamathanha language group, known as ‘the rock people’, roamed freely across this beautiful landscape. It is a region of extreme beauty in terms of the geological structure, colour, tonal and textural ranges through an artistic eye. The botanical beauty of pines and river red gums backed by craggy rangelands has motivated a broad creative fan club representing many forms of creative expression.
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Steve Parish Nature Connect
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On 12 February 2016, Flinders Ranges National Park was renamed to include the Adnyamathanha word, Ikara, "meeting place", referring to the traditional name for Wilpena Pound. For generations, the Adnyamathanha language group, known as ‘the rock people’, roamed freely across this beautiful landscape. It is a region of extreme beauty in terms of the geological structure, colour, tonal and textural ranges through an artistic eye. The botanical beauty of pines and river red gums backed by craggy rangelands has motivated a broad creative fan club representing many forms of creative expression.