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On 6 December Burke and his seven men established Camp LXV 65 at Cooper's Creek, having halted at several other spots along the Creek during the preceding three-and-a-half weeks while searching for the best location for a longer-term depot.

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The Dig Tree Welcome. Historic Dig Tree Reserve is a site of achievement and tragedy. The Burke and Wills expedition set up camp at the Dig Tree on the north bank of Cooper Creek. Brahé maintained base camp at the Dig Tree while Burke, Wills, King and Gray set off for the Gulf of Carpentaria. Brahé waited month after month for their return.

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