Who could ever have imagined that every living thing on the planet could contain plastic. Levels of toxins are increasing with every generation, from the largest animals on earth to the smallest. Everything is affected. We all need to look closer.
Have you ever tasted a dish at a restaurant that was so good you’ve tried to recreate it later? The best blue swimmer crab linguine ever, was served up here at The Boughshed restaurant when we were holidaying at Monkey Mia Resort in WA. The second best was when we recreated it on a caravan holiday in South Australia, with freshly caught blue swimmer crabs. Some pretty amazing recipe creations have happened when we collaborate on caravan holidays, read more in today’s post on the website caravancorrespondent.com which you can visit via the link in my bio. #boughshedrestaurant#beachsidedining#resortdining#tourismwa#thisisaustralia
The most underrated aspect of the Carnarvon Gorge experience is the indigenous cultural heritage, obvious at sites such as the Art Gallery and Cathedral Cave. Archaeologically and anthropologically, these sites are of international significance, containing examples of stencilling techniques considered to be the most sophisticated of their kind in the world. Yet without specific knowledge of Bidjara and Karingbal culture, knowledge and technology, the rock art galleries can remain enigmatic and are sometimes seen as simplistic.
Carnarvon Gorge's rock art sites are thought to have been in use for at least 3,650 years. In the Mt Moffatt section of the Park, excavations of Kenniff's Cave revealed occupational evidence dating back 19,500 years, indicating a long period of human habitation for the Central Queensland Highlands.
It is thought that the Bidjara and the Karingbal had strong social and spiritual ties during the period prior to colonisation and that both groups were using the Gorge, although not on a permanent basis. Some early researchers believed that the Gorge was not permanently occupied due to defensive concerns and a lack of resources, however there are other hypotheses that also fit the facts given the Gorge's local spiritual significance. Prior to colonisation, law was administered through a religious framework so it is worthwhile taking spiritual beliefs into account when examining social practices.
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Where is your favourite destination in Asia? I’ve been to a few countries each place is so unique! So many phenomenal flavours and smells and phenomenal views! It’s been so cool having a drone this is actually a completely unedited drone shot of the place I’m staying, I look out my window to this banana tree engulfed shed! It looks so cool from the air! Well love from Thailand everybody! Also thank you to everyone for all the support here on insta! You are all so amazing!