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desert country in Western Australia …

Just south of the Edgar Range lies the Great Sandy Desert. Possibly contains much of the recently found ‘forest’. Hundreds of sand dunes running ENE to WSW, open woodlands, grasslands, and rocky outcrops, mixed in with ephemeral wetlands like Dragon … Continue reading

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the Tanami region of the SE Kimberley …

Where the Tanami Desert meets the Great Sandy and Little Sandy Deserts, Lake Gregory is a freshwater system with no outflows to the sea, but fills completely only when big floods occur. The last 20 years or so, rains have … Continue reading

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travel Kimberley …

Some old pre-digital era pics of Kimberley field trips about 15 years ago, first time on pindanpost, where I started learning about Kimberley trees and other flora.

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the Edgar Range, Great Sandy Desert …

One of my favorite West Australian destinations, The Edgar Range is at the northern end of the Great Sandy Desert, where intrepid explorer Robert Bogucki found himself after traveling from Sandfire on foot, trying to reach Fitzroy Crossing. He was … Continue reading

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a weekend of woodlands and grassy plains …

The best part of the time is finding wild horses and not so wild, among the flowers and grassy plains and adjacent woodlands near Broome. The ground has finally dried somewhat after a long and wet summer. The air is … Continue reading

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southern Kimberley coast at low tide …

Some great beaches near Broome often have a small creek or drainage outlet, this is SE from Broome, and not often visited, near False Cape Bossut. This is the same region as the weird rocky outcrops shown here.

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Broome town …

The architecture of the town of Broome in Western Australia is unique. Tropical, to desert climate, including heat waves to 44C and cyclones, that mostly pass by, have helped create this style of building, similar to a century ago. Corrugated … Continue reading

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Dampier Peninsula, a Kimberley experience …

At 200 km from north to south, the Dampier Peninsula has many attractions that can be seen where nature has a hold. Broome sits at the southern tip. Selected at random, click to zoom.

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vacation in Broome …

The Broome area contains so many water sites, from beaches, reefs, ephemeral lakes and swamps to dense woodlands and forests. These pics are several years old, but the same qualities for locals and visitors to keep occupied during leisure time. … Continue reading

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Remote snaps at the Berkeley River … part 2

..Part 2 of Berkeley River area where a large Kimberley River reaches the Ocean, sand dunes and beaches with rocky outcrops to the NWest and sandstone cliffs to the SEast, covered by rocky islands and mangrove swamps. Click to zoom.

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