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Side canyon

Chambers Gorge in the Flinders Ranges is well known for its aboriginal petroglyphs. It’s less well known, though, for this surprise canyon which can be found about an hour’s walk further along the gorge. The canyon narrows further along.

The waterhole’s getting dry

En route to the Monarch Mine in the Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park, South Australia, we pass by many dry creek beds and waterholes. It hasn’t rained much to speak of in 8 months and the local fauna are suffering for it. They stick close by those places that do have water – in some cases the animals are digging to get to the water that’s below the surface gravel.