OzPic Episode 6: Soak
A soak is a damp patch of ground where the groundwater is close to the surface. A variant name for the soak is a sinkhole, a pothole or a swallow-hole. They can also be called gnamma holes or gilgai, which means waterhole.
The Editor, Susan Butler, explores the many names for soaks, and how they may differ across Australia.
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