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Dandry Gorge Aboriginal Area, NSW, Australia

Here a few photos taken at Dandry Gorge Aboriginal Area. This park is located on the southern edge of the Pilliga scrub. It has an inland climate. Dandry Gorge AA is dominated by eucalypts, i.e. open sclerophyll forest and woodland. Note that some photos presented on this website are available FOR SALE.

Welcome sign at the entrance of Dandry Gorge Aboriginal Area

Map of the walking track at Dandry Gorge Aboriginal Area, with a collage of local plants

When Dandry Creek is flowing, the walking track becomes partially submerged (photo courtesy of V. Collins)

View across Dandry Gorge from the top of the escarpment

Impression by local artist Ken Dundas of the "Emu in the Sky" displayed at Dandry Gorge AA; see also Aboriginal information on the Emu

Eastern Yellow Robins were seen nesting at Dandry Gorge AA (photo courtesy of R. Plumtree)

Close-up lateral view of a fledgling Spotted Pardalote
[Dandry AA, NSW, October 2013]

One of the plant species found at Dandry Gorge Aboriginal Area is Styphelia triflora, or (Pink) Five-corners