Coorongooba - Numietta Labyrinth - Page 1

All photographs © David Noble. No image can be used for any purpose without permission.

Above - View south from Mt D'Arcy

Above - Ovens Creek Gorge

Above - Peter Vanamois looking into a creek - it looks like a canyon

Above - Tom Williams and Chris Cosgrove in Ovens Creek

Above - Jayne Hibbard and Tom Williams in Running Stream Creek

Above - Running Stream Creek

Above - Gordon Thompson in a canyon tributary of Ovens Creek

Above - Tom Williams admiring the view from the Koondah Tower

Above - two editions of the same map - a 1:50,000 map. Note the Koondah Tower is visible on the right hand version (top left - spot height 425) and missing from the left hand earlier (non metric) version.

Above - Rob Jung in a very narrow wet canyon

Above - Chris Cosgrove and Tom Williams in Koondah Creek

Above - Sandy flats in Girribung Creek

Above - Swampy Hole - a large volcanic neck near Ovens Creek

Above - Swampy Hole

Above - Capertee Cliffs from above Numietta Creek

Above - Chris Cosgrove, Ian Hickson and Tom Williams in Ovens Creek

Above - One of the numerous canyons in the area

Above - Me (Dave Noble) in a very narrow canyon

Above - John Atkinson in another very narrow canyon

Above - Ian Hickson and Gordon Thompson exploring a new canyon

Above - Airdrie Long in a canyon

Above - Blue Gums on the banks of Coorongooba Creek

Above - Coorongooba Creek

Above - Aboriginal art cave

Above - Aboriginal hand stencil

Above - Canyon

Above - Canyon

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