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Serpentine Falls, Western Australia

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Title: Serpentine Falls, Western Australia
Series/Report no.: 77 photographs of land in Western Australia, c. 1890-1902.
View of a hillside with a waterfall cascading down rocks to a stretch of relatively still water. The surrounding vegetation includes thin trunked trees with sparse foliage and low growing shrubs. The Falls and the Serpentine Dam, which is a major water catchment area, are located 54 kilometers SW of Perth near the Darling Range. For many years the Serpentine Falls has been a popular recreational destination for Perth residents.
Other Identifiers: K3963


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