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This item represents a Study Region in Dharmae, the UTS Data Hub of Australian Research on Marine and Aquatic Ecocultures.

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The data from this study region includes 8 oral histories (audio as mp3s, and transcripts) and 5 image galleries, as well as a georeferenced hand-drawn map of the area.

The Paroo River catchment is in the north‐western corner of the Murray‐Darling Basin. The river flows across the Queensland border into New South Wales, where it spreads out over floodplains. Beccause of this dispersal and the hotter, dryer climate, it now rarely flows into the Darling River and is known as an ephemeral river. It is the last unregulated river of the northern Murray Darling basin and sustains important wetlands and sub-artesian waters.

The region has been inhabited by Aboriginal peoples for around 20 000 years; the Maranganji, Kalali, Badjiri, Kunggari and the Parundji people, from whose name the river's name is derived.

(Source: Sarac, Z., Sewell, H., Baker, E . and Ringwood, G. 2011. "Paroo: Talking fish, making connections with the rivers of the Murray‐Darling Basin." Murray‐Darling Basin Authority, Canberra.")

143.37704,-31.56031

143.37704,-31.56031

144.5,-28.83333

144.5,-28.83333

147.97865,-29.42743

147.97865,-29.42743

144.15,-29.7

144.15,-29.7

143.53333,-31.46667

143.53333,-31.46667

144.40704,-28.99628

144.40704,-28.99628

144.8,-28.68333

144.8,-28.68333

145.68439,-28.06766

145.68439,-28.06766

145.35,-30.4

145.35,-30.4

145.05,-28.16667

145.05,-28.16667

text: Wilcannia, AU (Australia/Sydney)

dcmiPoint: name=Wilcannia, AU (Australia/Sydney); east=143.37704; north=-31.56031; projection=WGS84

text: Currawinya, AU (Australia/Brisbane)

dcmiPoint: name=Currawinya, AU (Australia/Brisbane); east=144.5; north=-28.83333; projection=WGS84

text: Lightning Ridge, AU (Australia/Sydney)

dcmiPoint: name=Lightning Ridge, AU (Australia/Sydney); east=147.97865; north=-29.42743; projection=WGS84

text: Wanaaring, AU (Australia/Sydney)

dcmiPoint: name=Wanaaring, AU (Australia/Sydney); east=144.15; north=-29.7; projection=WGS84

text: Paroo River, AU (Australia/Sydney)

dcmiPoint: name=Paroo River, AU (Australia/Sydney); east=143.53333; north=-31.46667; projection=WGS84

text: Hungerford, AU (Australia/Brisbane)

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text: Caiwarro, AU (Australia/Brisbane)

dcmiPoint: name=Caiwarro, AU (Australia/Brisbane); east=144.8; north=-28.68333; projection=WGS84

text: Cunnamulla, AU (Australia/Brisbane)

dcmiPoint: name=Cunnamulla, AU (Australia/Brisbane); east=145.68439; north=-28.06766; projection=WGS84

text: Warrego River, AU (Australia/Sydney)

dcmiPoint: name=Warrego River, AU (Australia/Sydney); east=145.35; north=-30.4; projection=WGS84

text: Eulo, AU (Australia/Brisbane)

dcmiPoint: name=Eulo, AU (Australia/Brisbane); east=145.05; north=-28.16667; projection=WGS84

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