We talk about a timeless grandeur of the Arkaroola landscape.
On the ground, in the creek beds, it is not about the geological forces but the adaption of the trees to to the climate. Towards the end of 2019 Arkaroola had experienced the longest, driest conditions in living memory. Red Gums that were hundreds of years old were dying. The desiccated landscape was facing its biggest challenge. Having seen it at it best, we were witnessing a potential disaster.
Every major drought asks the question, will the landscape recover?