Lake Torrens Tektites ROF21
These are examples of Lake Torren Tektite Weight 1 grams
Lake Torrens, in outback South Australia, is a sacred site to at least four Aboriginal groups, but it does not have any native title protections. Lake Torrens, salt lake, lying west of the Flinders Ranges, east-central South Australia, 215 miles (345 km) northwest of Adelaide. About 150 miles (240 km) long and 40 miles (65 km) wide, the salt lake has an area of 2,300 square miles (5,900 square km). Normally a mud flat, it may fill only after heavy rains and has been known to overflow into Spencer Gulf, several miles to the south. The lake was visited in 1839 by Edward J. Eyre while he was seeking new grazing lands, and it was named in honour of Colonel Robert Torrens, chairman of the South Australian Colonization Commissioners.
Write Your Own Review
Ask Your Question
Frequently Bought Together