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The Murray River Bird - South Australia from Above book
Due for release soon!
210mm x 295mm - 48 pages - $19.95 RRP
The Murray River is a spectacular and diverse landscape. As it winds through South Australia, it’s expanse of ancient and diverse landscapes showcase a layered tapestry of colours, textures and experiences. From the remote semi-arid landscape near Chowilla and the Border Cliffs, to the meandering backwaters of the Riverland you’ll find so much to enjoy. The Murray’s course takes you through the golden cliffs of the Murraylands to the expanse of lakes Alexandrina and Albert, where it finishes at the Coorong National Park and Murray Mouth.
The region’s lush farmlands with extensive vines, orchards and agriculture are fed by the Murray’s charming waters. When the high river and floods come, the river’s banks are broken, the floodplains and backwaters enjoy the glorious benefits of a good drink. Images high above of the floodplains under water in the Riverland look stunning, vast inland oceans where the environmental benefits are enjoyed by the birdlife, flora, fauna and the old River Red Gums and Black Box trees.
Welcome to the Murray River’s South Australia From Above. Where you will love the journey and beauty of diversity of the river’s enchanting landscape. An ancient story of red gum forests, erroded cliffs, deep orange desert landscapes and the vast Coorong sands!
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