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Time Travel I MR010768
While flying over this landscape, I could not help but reflect way back hundreds of millions of years when megafauna roamed these arid rangelands of what is now Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park. 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. This is the northern breakaway of the principal feature in the Park, Wilpena Pound.
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