Monthly Archives: September 2012

Groote Eylandt — Family – Friends – Sharing skills

GROOTE FAMILY About five years ago a family decided to take Tim into their family and by association that meant Bev and I are also part of the family.  On Groote Eylandt we have aunties, uncles, nieces, nephews and last … Continue reading

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Groote Eylandt – Out and About

As mentioned previously in this leg of the blog there are a number of places that outsiders are not permitted to go on Groote Eylandt unless in the company of a traditional owner, however because we became close friends with … Continue reading

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Groote Eylandt – Geological features – Hunter-gatherers

GEOLOGICAL FEATURES Many travellers say they are not really interested in geology but unconsciously they are because why else would they flock to the Three Sisters, the Bungle Bungles, Uluru, the Great Ocean Road, the Himalayas and the Grand Canyon. … Continue reading

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