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Rock People Country TR24449

For generations, the Adnyamathanha language group, known as 'the rock people', roamed freely across this wondrous landscape which we now know as now Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park. This is a landscape rich in human and natural history. It is an area of extreme beauty in terms of the geological structure, colour, tonal, and textural ranges. The botanical beauty of pines and river red gums is exquisite. Geologists have found rich and distinctive fossil evidence of a wide range of fauna that once abounded throughout.
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AN ODE TO TREES
For generations, the Adnyamathanha language group, known as 'the rock people', roamed freely across this wondrous landscape which we now know as now Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park. This is a landscape rich in human and natural history. It is an area of extreme beauty in terms of the geological structure, colour, tonal, and textural ranges. The botanical beauty of pines and river red gums is exquisite. Geologists have found rich and distinctive fossil evidence of a wide range of fauna that once abounded throughout.