There’s much more to Deniliquin than meets the eye. Boots, bands, beer and blue singlets. Add a BIG convoy of utes and you’ve got one of Australia’s most iconic country festivals: the legendary Deni Ute Muster. Since its commencement in 1999 the festival has developed a unique blend of activities and entertainment. It has two […]
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In a small corner of Queensland’s vast outback, you will pass through lands once inhabited by dinosaurs, but as Monica McInnes discovered, dinosaur hunting isn’t just for the kids. Imagine mustering sheep across the cracked black soil of western Queensland and stumbling across a dinosaur bone that’s been pushed to the surface from the water […]
Experience the grandeur and wonders of outback NSW In the semi-arid backblocks of far western New South Wales, about half way between Broken Hill and White Cliffs, lies Mutawintji National Park – 690 sq. km of rugged, mulga-clad ranges dissected by sinuous gorges and creek beds lined with red gums. Beyond the ranges, wind-blown saltbush […]
Introducing project ‘Nugget‘ – our long term concept camper. We have for some time wanted to run a long term concept testing RV rig to be able to inform you about new innovations and design changes that give you a far greater choice and scope for your own travel needs. Thus I am very pleased […]
Wooleen Station’s brochure claims: “360 degrees of land and 360 degrees of sky – it’s a bit like living in your own national park”. Camped on the banks of the Murchison River about sixteen kilometres from the station homestead the quiet of the mulga scrub landscape is broken only by bird calls along the river […]