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Mirima National Park is less than 30 minutes walk from the the centre of Kununurra.

“The sedimentary formations seen in Mirima National Park were deposited 375 to 350 million years ago, at a time when active faults were altering the landscape. Uplift took place to the south-east of what is now Hidden Valley, along the Halls Creek Fault.

Most of the rocks in the Mirima National Park are sandstones washed down from the highlands by low energy braided rivers flowing across broad plains in open valleys...”

Tags: Australia Western australia Landscape and travel Kimberley Kununurra SHIRE OF WYNDHAM EAST MIRIMA NATIONAL PARK

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CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
24 Feb 2012 12:27PM
Wonderful scenery, Jean-Noel, we are somewhat on the same wavelength today Smile Carol

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bobsblues 8 10 2 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2012 12:43PM
Nice set of images well taken .Rob
24 Feb 2012 12:48PM
Lovely wild scenery, fabulous tones and detail.

Herge88 11 40 4 England
24 Feb 2012 3:46PM
Stunning colour in those rocks, nice set.

Best Matt
Natzdad 9 29 2 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2012 4:44PM
Looks a bit rugged in there.Well documented set of images......Mick
achieverswales 7 8 101 Wales
24 Feb 2012 5:04PM
Very rich tones and excellent compositions on them all.


moiral 8 12 Scotland
24 Feb 2012 8:36PM
Beautiful red rock. Very nice set of shots. Moira
9 10 10 England
24 Feb 2012 11:53PM
Need your walking boots on in this terrain, but how beautifully rugged it is.

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