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Ground-edge axes have been found in a number of Pleistocene layers sites in north Queensland, the Top End of the Northern Territory and in highland New guinea - kafiavana, Kiowa, Yuku, and Nombe, where a complete axe was found in a layer dated to 26 000-14 500 years.
In Western Australia's Kimberly region, flakes showing signs of grinding were found in a 27 000 BP layer in Widgingarri 1, and the 18 000 year-old layer at The Kimberley region in northern western Australia is one of the places where it had been thought Aboriginal People could have landed in Australia.
there were small rock fragments with grinding marks hinted at edge-grinding in the late Pleistocene in Cape York Peninsula.
This find considerably extends the time of the introduction of edge-ground axes in the region and in the continent.
This rugged coastline is broken in a number of places by rivers flowing to the sea and in some places by plains. 2 occupation sites have been found in the Ord Valley, at least 1 of which is of Pleistocene age.
A nomadic lifestyle was probably the best option,, as they could move around their territory, allowing other parts to recover before they returned.750 000 years ago a shower of tektites fell across Australasia.In Australia tektites are found in a swathe across the southern half of Australia, especially in Central Australia and southern inland parts of Western Australia.Prior to the discovery of the sites of ancient habitation around the Top End it had been postulated by a number of researchers that the first Aboriginal People to arrive in Australia would have landed at places like Arnhem Land, Cape York or the Kimberly region, based on the proximity of these places to New Guinea and the islands of Southeast Asia.All 3 regions have now yielded evidence of Pleistocene human occupation.