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Mt. Augustus Region

 

 Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia
 

These images taken heading west from Meekatharra to Mt. Augustus, then on to the Kennedy Range.

 

Mount Augustus National Park where Mount Augustus rises 1106 metres above sea level.

Mount Augustus is twice the size of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and has a stepped formation and tress on its flanks.

 

More tourist information on Western Australia   
 

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A tributary of the Murchison River, with a homestead behind the trees, Western Australia.

 

 

A wide panorama showing part of the concrete crossing. 

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An evening sky in the Gascoyne Region, Western Australia. 

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Mt. Gould, showing the mining activity between the hills, Gascoyne Region, Western Australia.

 

 

The Meekatharra - Landor dirt road near Mt. Gould, Gascoyne Region, Western Australia.

 

 

 

Copyright © Answers in Genesis Ministries International.   Answers in Genesis

 

 

 

The Mt. Gould Police Station & Lockup was built in 1888, Gascoyne Region, Western Australia.

 

 

The Old Mount Gould Police Station is located 156 kilometres from Meekatharra on the Gascoyne Junction Road.

 

 

The Mt. Gould Police Station & Lockup, with Mount Gould in the background, Gascoyne Region, Western Australia.

 

 

 The Mount Gould Police Station was the first police station in the Murchison Region.

 

 

The Mount Gould Police Station, Gascoyne Region, Western Australia.

 

 

The windmill draws water from under the 'dry' creek at Mount Gould Police Station, Gascoyne Region, Western Australia.

 

 

It is known that a police camp was established in the area in 1888 after a police constable named Christmas had left Geraldton

on horseback earlier in the year.

 

The Mount Gould Police Station was completed and opened around 1890 and the following year a Sergeant Houlahan was

placed in charge of the station. He was assisted by three constables.

 

The Mount Gould Police Station which was restored by the Meekatharra Shire Council in 1987.

 

 

Flood waters have taken their toll on the Mount Gould Police Station, Gascoyne Region, Western Australia.

 

 

Inside the Mount Gould Police Station, with the lockup out the back.

 

 

The back of the Mount Gould Police Station, Gascoyne Region, Western Australia.

 

 

The information sign at the Mount Gould Police Station, Gascoyne Region, Western Australia.

 

 

The Mount Gould Police Station Lockup. Chains used to hold prisoners are still intact.

 

 

The Mount Gould Police Station and Lockup, Gascoyne Region, Western Australia.

 

 

A lonely place for a Police Station.

 

 

The Mount Gould Police Station & Lockup, with Mt. Gould off to the side.   Gascoyne Region, Western Australia.

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DEBUNKED #4:  I CAN HAVE TRUE HOPE WITHOUT GOD

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 Heading north-west along the Mt. Augustus - Meekatharra road, Gascoyne Region, Western Australia.

 

 

Burringurrah is a medium sized Aboriginal community, located in the Gascoyne Region of Western Australia, within the Shire of Upper Gascoyne.

 

 

The new Burringurrah Police Complex has been operational since 2011, also houses officers from the Department of Child Protection

and the Department of the Attorney General. Gascoyne Region, Western Australia.

 

 

The first sight of Mount Augustus when coming from Meekatharra, Western Australia.

 

 

I climbed this hill to get a better shots of Mount Augustus (below images).

 

 

Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

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All Mount Augustus images here are of the northern side.

 

 

Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

Historically, the Aboriginal people who inhabited the area around Mount Augustus were known as the Wadjari.

 

 

Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

 

Evolution:

 

The Fossils Still Say No!

 

An updated and much-enlarged edition of Dr Gish’s classic book

Evolution: The Fossils Say No! The most compelling critique available

anywhere of the supposedly key argument for evolution: the fossil record.

Dr. Gish documents, from the writings of evolutionists, the complete

absence of true evolutionary transitional forms.

 

Creation Ministries International - Australia Book Store

 

 

Mount Augustus Tourist Park, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

Warrarla (Gum Grove), a pleasant picnic site set among a grove of large river gums. Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

Warrarla (Gum Grove), a pleasant picnic site set among a grove of large river gums. Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

Warrarla (Gum Grove), a pleasant picnic site set among a grove of large river gums. Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

Goolinee (Cattle Pool). A permanent pool on the Lyons River. A day-use area only. Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

Particularly picturesque after rains have filled the pool to capacity. But please be careful, reeds in the pool can make swimming hazardous.

 

 

Cattle Pool, on the Lyons River, Mount Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

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"The Father loves the *Son, and has given all things into His hand. He who believes

in the Son has everlasting life; and he who does not believe the Son shall not see life,

but the wrath of God abides on him."

( * Jesus )   Gospel of John ch.3  vs.35-36.  The Holy Bible - New King James Version

 

 

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

An abandoned homestead on the road to the Kennedy Range from Mt. Augustus, Upper Gascoyne, Western Australia.

 

 

 

 

 

GASCOYNE REGION

CARNARVON & SOUTH

NORTH WEST COASTAL HWY  North of Carnarvon

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