Kedumba Pass in Wentworth Falls in Blue Mountains, Australia

The magnificent Kedumba Valley lies below your feet at this overlook in Wentworth Falls. This was home to the Gundungurra people for tens of thousands of years. According to their legend called Gunyunggalung (Far Past Times), this secret valley was part of a 100 mile area formed by Gurangatch (a giant eel) while escaping pursuit by Mirrigan (a tiger quoll). The first European to meet this clan of hunters and gathers was in 1802. They clashed bitterly for control during the first half of the 19th century. Today, the Gundungurra Tribal Council, headquartered in Katoomba, has a registered claim over their traditional land and are custodians of the Blue Mountains.


Kedumba Pass, Wentworth Falls NSW 2787, Australia


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