gunyah

gunyah

(ˈɡʌnjə)
n
(Building) Austral a bush hut or shelter
[C19: from a native Australian language]
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Memmott, Paul 2007, Gunyah, goondie and wurley: the Aboriginal architecture of Australia, University of Queensland Press, St Lucia, Qld.
A forward supply camp built on the western side of the Cooper Creek at Gunyah will also support drilling and production operations in times of flooding and heavy rains.
It was donated to Governor Brady in 1903, by Chief Gunyah and traveled to both Expositions before being transported to Sitka in 1906.
Soil samples were taken from 2 sites, Tarcoola and Gunyah, in the Southern Tablelands region of NSW (Fig.
With a blow of his nulla-nulla (war-club), he stuns the object of his 'affections', and drags her insensible body away to some retired spot, whence, as soon as she recovers her senses, he brings her home to his own gunyah [shelter].
Back at camp, I enjoyed a tasty meal in the renowned Gunyah Restaurant before making my way back to my tent in the camp Nicole Kidman once hired.
Gunyah, Sour Milk Lane, Low Fell, is for sale through Sarah Mains at pounds 185,000, tel: (0191) 487-8855.
A further flood pulse is expected in the PEL 91 and PEL 92 areas in mid April, however Beach has established a remote operations base at Gunyah on the western side of the Cooper Creek to enable drilling operations to continue unaffected.
If a bushranger did not actually label himself as such he might sit down in the same gunyah and eat beefsteak damper and drink strong tea and smoke a pipe with our old Irish Major without the slightest risk.
In addition to the bridge, the development of the Gunyah remote logistics base on high ground will ensure that drilling operations will proceed unimpeded should any further flood pulses occur.
Before reading Gunyah, Goodie + Wurley: The Aboriginal Architecture of Australia by Paul Memmott, I, like I suspect many others, subscribed to the widely accepted view that Australian Indigenous peoples lived a primitive life, having no fixed abode and were hunter-gatherers who ranged over wide areas, with no concept of home territory.
A study conducted by MBA Petroleum Consultants Pty Ltd (MBA) of Bow's 100% owned Bowen Basin tenements at the Norwich Park block (ATP 1031P), Gunyah block (ATP 1053P) and Bandanna block (ATP 805P) estimates a total of 8.