Peninsula) are inhabited by indigenous people.
If you don't have a couple of weeks for touring Cape York
, consider these less time-consuming options:
This is a good outcome, demonstrating how upskilling the local workforce can have far reaching benefits for regional Queensland and the Cape York
We witnessed upwards of forty endangered Alwal (Golden-shouldered Parrot) at Maryanne Camp, Roger's deep knowledge of Cape York
and its various cultures, Dave's birdwatching prowess and sitting around the campfire as the stars surfaced and sharing what it meant to all of us to be welcomed to Olkola country and what we would learn from this journey.
In common with much of northern Australia, central Cape York
Peninsula is home to a large Aboriginal population that has suffered considerable sociocultural disruption through colonial interference.
The 1998 incursion was more widespread, with JE activity from the Torres Strait south to the Mitchell River on Cape York
In stark contrast, the Palaszczuk Government has appointed more than 350 nurses and more than 100 doctors across Cairns and Hinterland, Cape York
and Torres Strait.
Bungie, as our chopper pilot is professionally known, steers us across south central Cape York
Aust-Pac Capital is a private investment company that has provided seed capital and advice for many developments in Cape York
, ranging from indigenous housing and education initiatives to a proposed underground coking coal mine at Kalpower.
V Cape York
carrying containers and 20,500 tones sugar are expected to take berths at container terminal and Multi Purpose terminal respectively on Friday.
This is a gem of a book because it tells-in plain English and through fascinating photography--the little known story of the rainforests of Cape York
Peninsula, living reminders of our continent's biogeographical connection with New Guinea.
The croc fancied a spot of lunch as it emerged from the sea off Cape York
in the tropical north of Queensland, Australia.