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Kings Canyon
Kings Canyon
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324 - Print 195 x 80mm When Framed 340 x 225mm
624 - Print 250 x 104mm When Framed 405 x 270mm
824 - Print 341 x 142mm When Framed 521 x 335mm
2024 - Print 508 x 212mm When Framed 708 x 425mm
3024 - Print 762 x 318mmWhen Framed 1027 x 597mm
4024 - Print 1016 x 423mm
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Watarrka National Park is best known as the home of Kings Canyon, a mighty chasm cleaving the earth to a depth of 270 metres.

It is situated on the western edge of the George Gill Ranges, 300 kilometres to the north east of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and 310 kilometres west of Alice Springs.

Derived from an Aboriginal word referring to the umbrella bush that thrives here, Watarrka National Park has been home to the Luritja people for more than 20,000 years. The area was little known to Europeans until recently; Ernest Giles being the first white man to explore the area in 1872.

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This image was added to our catalog on Monday 30 June, 2008.

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