The Gunditjmara have been building an eel-farming system at the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape for more than 6,000 years.
Using aerial mapping, UNESCO World Heritage-listed Budj Bim cultural landscape in Victoria’s south-west is set to be revisited by experts later this month, after bushfires unearthed a new fish trap. Uncle Denis Rose from the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owner Aboriginal Corporation said the trap is a clearly constructed channel about 25 metres in length and is located 70 metres from the oldest trap, leading the group to believe it is part of the same system.
Native wildlife, cosy accommodation and unbeatable scenery are just some of the treats in this World Heritage area.
Western Australia’s Kimberley region came in at the fifth hottest spot in the world to visit, according to The New York Times top 52 destinations for 2020.
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Exploring the exotic natural wonderland of reefs and rainforests on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef Drive; Glenn Harris; LLM
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Today they are revered as truly special places in Australia — recognised by World Heritage as sites to be protected and preserved — but there was a time when they were just playgrounds for the local kids.
It may be forbidden to climb Uluru now, but there’s plenty to do — such as take tours, ride Segways and skydive — at Australia’s famous monolith.
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How to take the road trip of a lifetime along the Western Australia Coast; Kevin West; Travel + Leisure
A road trip itinerary along Western Australia’s sparsely settled Coral Coast. You’ll feel like you’ve time traveled back to the good old days, when a scenic place might still be uncrowded, unhurried, and uncommercialized, like Baja in the 1970s or California’s Central Coast a generation before that.
With the world-famous Aboriginal site Uluru now closed to climbing by tourists, other Australian destinations such as Wollumbin (Mount Warning) near Brisbane are considering similar measures.
Source: Barrington tops 50
Budj Bim is the first site in Australia recognised specifically for its cultural significance to the Indigenous people.
There’s plenty of free activities in store on November 2 at Barrington Tops National Park.
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Once again, Tom Hegen brings us closer to nature. His new aerial photographic series was taken during his travel in Australia. It is a genuine visual pleasure…
Source: Splendid Shark Bay in Australia