Archaeology of the Gyranda region, Dawson River, central Queensland

Authors

  • M.J. Morwood Archaeology and Palaeonanthropology, University of New England, Armidale, 2351
  • L. Godwin Archaeology and Palaeonanthropology, University of New England, Armidale, 2351

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.25120/qar.4.1987.174

Abstract

This paper presents the results of survey and excavation in the upper Dawson area of the Central Queensland Sandstone Belt, a sandstone-dominated environment bounded by the townships of Banana in the east, Blackall in the west, Springsure in the north and Injune in the south, and which includes the Central Queensland Highlands (Walsh 1984:1). The work was undertaken as part of the environmental impact study for the Gyranda Weir commissioned by Cameron McNamara for the Queensland Water Resources Commission (Morwood 1985, 1986; Godwin 1985). However, the results of the study, and the potential of the area for future research, have a wider interest.

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1987-01-01

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