Links

Below are some links to blogs, books, hubs, research etc that have relevance to walking the country in the Long Road to the North project. At the moment these links are in a minimal order.

Australian Indigenous people

Adnyamathanha People

Adnyamathanha + native title

Tracey Spencer, White Lives in a Black Community: The lives of Jim Page and Rebecca Forbes in the Adnyamathanha community

Kurdiji 1.0 is an app created by Australian indigenous elders at Lajamanu designed to save young indigenous lives

Milpirri Festival, Lajamanu, Northern Territory
Walpiri

Camels

Ryan and Natalie’s Flinders and Beyond Camel Treks

Wikipedia entry on Camel History in the northern Flinders Ranges of South Australia

History

Philip Jones, Ochre and Rust: Artefacts and Encounters on Australian Frontiers, Wakefield Press, Adelaide 2007.

Photography

Philip Jones, Images of the Interior: Seven Central Australian Photographers, Wakefield Press, Adelaide, 2011.

Charles P. Mountford, Photographs of Nepabunna Mission Station (1937) in the Mountford-Sheard Collection, State Library of South Australia

Peter MacDonald’s photography blog — photographic studies of the Flinders Ranges as a landscape and a place.

Walking

Glenn Burns, Walking the Mawson Plateau An account of walking the Mawson Plateau in the northern Flinders Ranges.

Warren Bonython, Walking the Flinders Ranges, Royal Geographic Society of South Australia, (2000)

Trail map of the Terrapinna Tors in the northern Flinders Ranges