By The West Macs
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Tylers Pass is the place to catch a great panoramic view of Gosse Bluff (Tnorala) and the surrounding areas. This amazing formation is all that is left of a massive crater caused by a meteorite impact over 100 million years ago. Originally the crater would have been about 20 km across, but with the erosion of the landscape, we are now left with just the central impact zone.
||Tylers Pass Breakthrough||TYLERS PASS Local historian Dick Kimber speaks about the fascinating discovery of Tylers Pass and the construction of the first road through the area.||31 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Artuwa - Bush Turkey||ALL LOCATIONS The Bush Turkey is a tasty favourite... when you can get one.||30 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Camels in the Landscape (Image copyright: Ali Strangeways)||ALL LOCATIONS Ali Strangways discovers the Central Australian landscape via the majestic Camel. Camels can put the landscape into perspective.||29 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Stories become beanies (Image copyright: Siri Omberg)||ALL LOCATIONS Siri Omberg creates striking hats with Indigenous woman in remote communities.||28 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Johnny Yungut Tjupurrula (Image copyright: Johnny Yungut Tjupurrula)||ALL LOCATIONS A profile of one of the early practitioners of the Western Desert art movement.||27 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Mereenie Ridge (Image copyright: Daisy Napaltjari Jugadai)||ARALUEN Alison Furber tells us about a dazzling painting by Daisy Napaltjari Jugadai in which she depicts her bush tucker rich country. Mereenie Ridge' by Daisy Napaltjari Jugadai - Araluen Art Collection||26 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Buffel Grass||ORMISTON GORGE Ranger Jess Bonanni talks of the management and origin of one of Australia's worst environmental weeds, Buffel Grass.||25 10 2010||Free||View in iTunes|