Cape York

Cape York may refer to:

  • Cape York (Greenland), a cape at the north-west coast of Greenland, in northern Baffin Bay
  • Cape York meteorite, meteorite found in 1894 near Cape York, Greenland
  • Cape York Peninsula, a large peninsula located in Queensland, Australia

Other articles related to "york, cape york":

Roger Cribb - Chronology of Works
... New York ... information traps a further transgressive episode from Cape York ... A preliminary report on archaeological findings in Aurukun Shire, western Cape York ...
Roger Cribb - Overview
... (Turkey) and the gatherer-hunters of Cape York, (Australia) ... and physical health reasons, Dr Cribb found himself and his broader projects (in Cape York) having to proceed without academic patronage or funding ... of the cultural landscapes still persisting in Anatolia (Turkey), and Cape York (Australia) ...
Cape York Melomys
... The Cape York Mosaic-tailed Rat, or Cape York Melomys (Melomys capensis) is a species of rodent in the family Muridae ...
Cape York Institute For Policy And Leadership
... The Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership is a public policy organisation formed in partnership between the people of Cape York, Griffith University, and Federal and Queensland Governments ... The Cape York Institute was established in July 2004 as an independent policy and leadership organisation ... and supports the development of current and future Cape York leaders ...
Les Hiddins - Biography
... He has released two CD-ROMs, From the Rainforest to Cape York Peninsula and From Arnhem Land to the Kimberley Ranges ... adjoining Lakefield National Park in Cape York Peninsula ... worked with indigenous communities and establishing a bush retreat in Cape York for Vietnam veterans to enjoy." ...

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    A solitary traveler whom we saw perambulating in the distance loomed like a giant. He appeared to walk slouchingly, as if held up from above by straps under his shoulders, as much as supported by the plain below. Men and boys would have appeared alike at a little distance, there being no object by which to measure them. Indeed, to an inlander, the Cape landscape is a constant mirage.
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