Kings Cascades

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Kings Cascades

Postby zafra52 on Sun Jun 02, 2024 12:25 pm

These cascades are in the Prince Regent River in the remote area of the Kimberly in Western Australia. The river was named in 1820 by the first European to find the river, the Rear Admiral Phillip Parker King, who was an early explorer of the Australian and Patagonian coasts. Philip Parker King and the crew of Mermaid named the river after the Hanoverian prince, King George IV, who was shortly to succeed his father to the English throne.

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Re: Kings Cascades

Postby ozimax on Wed Jun 05, 2024 12:42 pm

Nice one mate. Would be pleasant there at this time of year.
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Postby gstark on Thu Jun 06, 2024 11:04 am

ozimax wrote:Nice one mate. Would be pleasant there at this time of year.


West Australia.

No humidity.

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Re: Kings Cascades

Postby zafra52 on Sun Jun 16, 2024 12:08 pm

Thank you guys. Yes, it was very pleasant, at times hot, and there was water running.
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