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Driving late last night was a good idea as we took some of the long journey today off this section of the trip. We stopped at Wudinna and saw the sculpture of The Australian Farmer. Made from local granite and standing tall and proud in this tough farming region.
We stopped at Kimba and had a look.........well ok, we paused. We often wonder what helps people stay living in these ...
... tourist board:
"We acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians whose ancestral lands you are travelling on. We acknowledge the deep feelings of attachment and relationship of Aboriginal people to the country. On your journey today you are travelling through the pastoral property of someone else’s backyard. This is their home. And they ask you to look after it."
We have read similar sentiments throughout ...
... must be harrowing good, given the impressive haystacks he had on the top of the hill on his property. What this expert in fact saw were some granite ‘inselbergs’ sticking out of the ground. Inselbergs are little ‘islands’ of granite that withstand erosion a bit better than the surrounding granite and form freestanding columns and lumps. At their base they are generally still connected to the underlying, underground granite ...
... newly acquired Telstra pre-paid sim, organising for a wheel and tyre to be ready for us to collect tomorrow. It turns out wheels and tyres for our model aren't as readily avaliable in Port Augusta as we had thought, but we did manage to sort something out eventually. This meant that all the pressure to get to Lyndhurst was now gone, and all we needed to do was take it easy and enjoy the drive. Lucky too, because the road deteriorated quite ...
... 13 paying passengers, quite a lucrative business.
We left at 9am and the first stop was Anna Creek station - the largest working cattle station in the world and bigger than Belgium. The country was completely flat - we could see 100 km to the right and 150km to the left, an area bigger than the Nullabour Plains. It is one of the S Kidman empire and now runs Brahman cattle and Santa Gertrudis cattle at one cow per 2 square ...
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