Sep 6, 2020
Inland Australia’s complex system of winding rivers, extensive
wetlands, ancient waterholes and seemingly endless parched
floodplains are rarely given more than a passing thought by
many Australians, understandably so, most Australians live on the coastal fringes.
Yet these waterways are a natural attractor along which communities and trade have flourished. Etched into the psyche of regional Australia, these river systems are the pulse of the outback... but the beauty is haunting in more ways than one. The isolation provides ample opportunity to dispose of a body.
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