From the Dreamtime the Yowie In Myth And Reality
Wandandian Mountain Range 1992
dozen freshly made Footprints
In July 1992
over a dozen freshly made, 45cm long by 18cm wide footprints were found
by campers, in the moist forest soil of a deep gully high up on the
Wandandian Mountain Range, inland from Sussex inlet.
Then, a few
days before Christmas 1993, a 2m tall "womanbeast" was reported
seen by two bushwalkers, as she foraged for berries and other herbivorous
food in a remote patch of scrub, deep in the range.
Ponderosa Forest behind Nundle 1992
than man-sized Footprints
East of Quirindi
lies the town of Nundle, nestling amid hills beneath some of the wildest
mountain country of the New England Ranges. There have been numerous
Yowie reports from this district in recent years, and these stories
have been going on since the gold mining days of the 19th century.
1992, campers claimed that they found a number of larger than man-sized
footprints embedded in soil in the Ponderosa forest in the mountains
The local Aboriginal
name for manbeasts here was 'Coories', and it was by this name that
the early timber cutters of the region knew them well into the early
part of the 20th century.
It is pretty
wild country behind Nundle township, and there remain vast wilderness
areas there where no white man has yet penetrated.
Kimberley Region Western Australia 1992
men" [and women] of Western Australia continue to be seen despite
understandable scientific scepticism.
In the Kimberley region a family in a 4-wheel drive vehicle claimed
they saw a 1.6m tall hairy female hominid grubbing for roots in roadside
scrub in the Wyndham area in January 1992, and a 2.6m tall naked male
creature was claimed seen by a party of campers on the Fitzroy River
near Noonkanban in November 1990.