Brachina Gorge – ‘Corridors through time’

The name Corridors through time was given to this gorge, because it demonstrates the different geological formations through the millions of years it took to form the Flinders Ranges. We stopped at a particularly pretty stop at water’s edge.

Onwards from the bus we saw a ring-tailed rock wallaby. It stayed around close to the track, but eventually took off. Although the shot of the wallaby taking off is blurry, I thought it was worthwhile including it on the blog as it gives an impression of the wallaby in flight.

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