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- Product No:
- Samille Mitchell
- Dept. of Environment and Conservation
- 1st Edition
- Edition Date:
- December 2009
- 220 x 274 x 12 mm
- 652 g
- Sales Rank:
- 25071 (See Top 100 in Books)
Nestled between rugqedly beautiful river and coastal gorges and positioned by the river and sea, the Mid West township of Kalbarri is blessed with scenic beauty.
Both the river and coastal gorges are protected within the Kalbarri National Park, which is also home to a kaleidoscope of wildflowers in spring, the mostly tranquil waters of the Murchison River and a host of birds and mammals.
This book fills you in on Kalbarri's human history - from its original Aboriginal inhabitants through to early European explorers and modern-day development. It delves into the fascinating geology which shaped the spectacular gorges we so admire today, and reveals something of the ancient creatures that once roamed here.
The book also details some of the more common or interesting flora and fauna species you may encounter here, as well as its marine environment.
Finally, it provides information on the myriad ways you can explore Kalbarri and its natural wonders.
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