Serpentine Gorge, Northern Territory [drone], Australia
Donovan Callaghan
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Australia Serpentine Gorge, Northern Territory [drone]

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It comprises two gorges created by a south flowing creek which has cut through two ridges of Heavitree Quartzite. The gorge is home to some rare Central Australian plants such as the Centralian flannel-flowerand cycads (the Macrozamia macdonnellii). There is a semi-permanent waterhole guarding the entrance to the gorge.

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Located about 1 hour west of Alice Springs
Spot Type Outdoor
Crowd Factor Nearly no other people
Best Timing Fall
Sunrise & Sunset 07:18 - 18:09 | current local time: 17:05
Photo Themes drone photography gorge Mountain Range

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