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Water Art – Garricks Camera House

Thanks to the awesome team at Garricks Camera House for the fun night of playing with water!  My favourites would have to be the patterns of the oil on water… every one so unique!

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Julia Creek Dirt n Dust Festival 2016 – Triathlon, PBR Bullride

Wow! What a massive weekend of fun.  There is something for everyone to enjoy at this cracker of an event, held in Outback Queensland. The town of Julia Creek comes alive with action packed adventure of triathlon, outback horse races, PBR bullriding, and a host of ongoing entertainment during the

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Strand Ephemera – August 2015 – Townsville

Strand Ephemera is a combination of a spectacular tropical beach with a myriad of creative art and sculpture.  The Strand, Townsville is transformed into an open air gallery, hosted every second year in the winter sunshine, providing a fantastic array of activities for all to enjoy.   Townsville shines, every day

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The Savannah Way – Cairns to Broome

Our recent caravan adventures took us across the Savannah Way in Northern Australia, from the tropical east coast and Atherton Tablelands, through the vast, remote and sparsely populated interior outback of Queensland and Northern Territory, and on through the stunning Kimberley region of Western Australia and ending up at the

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Ngumpan Cliff – Great Northern Highway, The Kimberley

The Great Northern Highway in Western Australia has a diverse array of scenery.  Ngumpan Cliff is located between Fitzroy Crossing and Halls Creek and is a spectacular rest point and a poplular choice for campers and caravaners to spend the night and take in the amazing sunsets and sunrises.  We

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Zebra Rock Mine & Kimberley Wetland Safaris

After hearing rave reviews from a number of other travelers that we met on our Kimberley adventures, we decided that we had to check out what was on offer at Zebra Rock Mine in the far west of Northern Territory, just 10 km’s off Victoria Highway.  Everything we had heard

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Lake Argyle, The Kimberley

There are a few major infrastructure projects in Australia that really stand out as incredible, and Lake Argyle Dam would be sitting up pretty high in that list.  Completed in 1971, at normal supply level the area of the Lake formed by the Ord River Dam is approximately 1000 square

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El Questro – The Kimberley

A visit to The Kimberley would not be complete without exploring at least part of what the Gibb River Road has to offer.  We opted to visit El Questro Wilderness Park and spent our time exploring the bushwalks, tackling the 4WD tracks, relaxing to the live entertainment at night while

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Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater

With a diameter of 850-950 metres, the Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater is ranked as the second largest in the world and it sure is impressive.  The ridge of the crater is about 35 metres high, above the surrounding flat plain.  Starting from Halls Creek, the drive into the crater was

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