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Lamington National Park
contributed by JohnH, taken on 6 August 2016
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Romeo Lahey Shelter. This is called Kamarun Lookout. According to the Queensland Forestry Annual report 1970–71 "Kamarun" is derived from the language of the Wangariburra people of the Lamington area. It means "head man" and was also a term of honour for a white man of high standing. It is therefore most appropriate that the name be associated with the memory of Romeo Lahey who was responsible (with others) for promoting the establishment of the Lamington National Park. See 1970 photo.
This picture was uploaded into the Bonzle Digital Atlas of Australia entry for the Nature Conservation Reserve 'Lamington National Park'.
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