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Indigenous rock art, Nourlangie Rock

Woman Bites Snake?

July 28th 2021
I’m woken at the crack of dawn by noise that would wake the dead - thousands of birds in chorus in the trees around the hotel. I wonder how Issy can possibly still be asleep. I check to make sure that she is actually still with us, but all good - the snoring was a bit of a giveaway. I decide to take the opportunity for an early morning trip out to the Mamukala Wetlands. On the off chance that Is ... read more
Oceania » Australia » Northern Territory » Kakadu National Park » Cooinda

Australian Flag Aboriginal settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia about 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. James COOK took possession in the name... ... read more
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4th December 2021

Nourlangie Rock Art
Absolutely spectacular Indigenous Rock Art from Kakadu, Dave. One day I plan to do an extensive trip of indigenous art sites in Oz. I have a local one planned so your post encourages me to make sure it happens. I have posted your pic in TB's "Rock Art" thread in the Photography Forum. Check it out and Keep 'em coming.
11th December 2021

Rock art tour
Fantastic idea to do a rock art tour. The Top End's crawling with it, as were the Flinders Ranges. And to think that some of it is tens of thousands of years old. Staggering. Thanks for posting our photos on that forum. Lots of interesting stuff in there.

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