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Parnngurr is located 370 kilometres due east of Newman in Western Australia.

The community is located in the Great Sandy Desert at the southern end of Karlamilyi (Rudall River) National Park.

There are 150 or so permanent residents here, a shop, and one school.

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Big Boy

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We came across this guy near the waterhole - I got just close enough to get
a photo then pissed off real quick when he started snorting...
12th Sep 2005, 15:33   comments (0)

Town Centre

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This was a great example photo of what it's like for about forty percent of
the journey. I actually love hopping out of the truck and going for a wander
amongst this open land - god... I love a sunburnt country, a land of
sweeping plains.....
12th Sep 2005, 15:30   comments (0)

Ghost Gums

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In Western Australia you will find many differing types of gums so hardy it
would make you weep. These fellas survive droughts, bushfires, poisoning,
freezing and freaky wind storms. I think they are just tops. At night they
glow in the headlights of the truck as you haul down through the Tallawana
Track. No wonder they are called ghost gums. A bit like when Aboriginals
first took sight of Anglo Celts walking their land - ghosts.
12th Sep 2005, 15:26   comments (1)

Spin-effects

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Spinifex - you gets lots of this grass out here - this was in the sandy
dunes area and is the roughest part of the journey - bone shattering
really..
12th Sep 2005, 15:23   comments (0)

Burning Bush

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We drove past this crazy tree on the way past a desert oak forest which is a
type of oak but growing out here some how..it's a stark but nice beauty of
sorts.
12th Sep 2005, 15:21   comments (0)

Blue !

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Beautiful blue ! Matches the sky and is so electric out here.....
12th Sep 2005, 15:18   comments (0)

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