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Autumn 2018 This year western New South Wales is in the grip of a record drought. Cobar to Bourke According to our mate El Prado as we drive north up the Kidman Way, we’re on KEG watch, Kangaroos, Emus and … Continue reading On KEG Watch
June 2018 After dinner as we sit outside enjoying the warm Cairns evening a curlew marches up to the caravan fixes us with a beady stare and gives us a serious talking to. Now for anyone who has never heard a curlew, well, it sounds like a cross between an unruly two year old child having a tantrum and a woman being murdered. After a minute of glaring at us and high decibel screaming Mr. Curlew moved on to repeat his performance to the poor folks outside the next caravan. Continue reading A Cry in the Night
Billabourie in central NSW, is more of a farmstay than a caravan park. It is 10 kms down a good gravel road and on the way in we spot a fox feasting on roadkill. The camp is set in amongst … Continue reading Shattering the peace
A straw necked ibis on the wing over the sands at Inverloch, Vic. Continue reading Ibis on the wing
Yep, our neighbour caught three large crabs and he’s pretty happy. Continue reading Our neighbour’s got crabs!
The beach at Horse Rock Camp Ground, SA is starkly beautiful and there are, what we believe to be, large razor fish shells on the beach that must be almost a foot in length. One is warned to wear shoes … Continue reading Watch your step