Morning Glory Clouds of the Gulf of Carpentaria

Morning Glory Clouds of the Gulf of Carpentaria

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Burketown, on the Albert River, is the best place to launch for a flight in a sailplane or a hang-glider. Waves over 1000 km long and 10,000 feet high have been recorded. More than 25 pilots have now flown the Morning Glory, and many will return to attempt a flight on one of the elusive monster waves.


Aboriginal Links
Accomodation
Addresses
Adels Grove
Airfields
Albert River (1) (2)
Arnhem Land
Articles on the Morning Glory, Sweers Island, and the Investigator Tree
Beagle in the Gulf, 2nd Voyage
Birds - see Flora and Fauna
Boulia

Burketown
Burketown Historical Images
Burke & Wills
Canetoads
Carpentaria Downs - Local History
Century Zinc Mine
Charleville
CMac
Crocodiles
Dates, Data
Donald Thomson
Doomadjee
Doug Christie
Emerald
Escott Lodge
Escott Cattle Station History
Fish and Fishing
Flora and Fauna
Floraville
Groote Eylandt
Gulf of Carpentaria History
Gulf Fever and Sweers Island
Grob 109 Motorglider
Hang-gliders on the Morning Glory 

Hells Gate
Images: of the Morning Glory

Burketown, historical
Investigator Tree Historical article
Landsborough Tree (image)
Lawn Hill
Letters from the Gulf Country
Limmen Bight
Links page
Lost City
Lunar Declinational Tides
Mataranka
Morning Glory Data - dates and strengths
Mornington Island
Nicholson River Land Claim 1982
Plains of Promise
Pilots - an incomplete list of those who've flown the Glory.
Ray Parkin a short excerpt from Out of the Smoke
Riversleigh
Satellite Picture
Savannah Aviation
Sir Edward Pellew Island Group
Soaring FAQ
Sweers Island and the Gulf, A Chronology
Investigator Tree on Sweers  Historical article
Trains in North Queensland
Undara Lava Tubes
Walker, Frederick
Wellesly Island Group
Wetlands
Wollogorang

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