At a point known as Diamantina Gates it finds an exit through a narrow gorge in a low range.
In many cases, the watercourses which he thought to be independent creeks, are but ana-branches of the Diamantina.
Diamantina is the commercial centre of an extensive region, and has long been noted for its wealth.
Diamantina was very fond of being on the river, and she was delighted at this chance of indulging her tastes.
Diamantina was very fond of being on the river, and she was delighted at this chance of delighting her tastes.
I left the following morning to cover the 37 miles to Diamantina Lakes Station.
The great day appeared to Diamantina to be long in coming, but, like other days, it came at last.
In company with W. Landsborough, in 1866, he explored and named the Diamantina and other western rivers.
Seeing her father's eyes fixed on the stream, Diamantina looked hastily in that direction.
Diamantina , a district in Brazil, in the province of Minas Geraes, rich in diamonds.