SW Qld and The Bulloo Shire.
The Bulloo Shire, established in 1880, is one of the largest in Queensland covering an area of 73,807 ² Kms. It has a population of around 377 souls and 220 of them live ...
Created: 05 Dec 2013 16:39
WASTE II: 2013 Willetton High School GATE Solar Car Nullarbor ...
Wow, has two years not come around fast? It was only 24 short months ago that Darren Hamley, Greg Miller, Robyn and Rhett Strugnell, two parents,...
Created: 30 Nov 2013 08:00
The Dowling Track SW Queensland
The Dowling Track was named after Vincent James Dowling an explorer and pastoralist who traced the sources of the Paroo and Bulloo Rivers and mapped the river and creek ...
Created: 23 Nov 2013 14:19
SALE Only 3 days to go- Low coolant alarms
Sale ends this Sunday midnight (AEST), so don't miss out. Stock is running low so get in quick. Free delivery on all orders over $100....
Created: 21 Nov 2013 14:17
6 months in the wild west 6
My ipad has crashed 4 times just as i am about to finish the blog in different places so i am going to fast forward to Exmouth....
Created: 07 Nov 2013 22:24
6 months in the Wild West 5
As I was saying we had dinner with some people we met at the pool who were talking about living in a mine town and the lady was working to part time jobs paying around $85k ...
Created: 27 Oct 2013 00:10
6 months in the wild west 4
3G phone is poor out hear even in or near major towns, so it has been a while, got a bit to cover so here we go. After leaving sandstone we headed east to Listner,...
Created: 22 Oct 2013 22:37
6 months in the Wild West 3
The weather has been fantastic this week, blog will be getting a week apart now as we are getting in to more remote areas,...
Created: 03 Oct 2013 21:21
Travel, trailer repairs, weather detours, strong winds and ...
Well we are now sitting in Adelaide awaiting repairs to our landcruiser so I may as well update the travel blog.
We have left Alice Springs and proceeded to Uluru and Kings ...
Created: 01 Oct 2013 19:29
6 months in the wild west 2
It rained again this morning, it has rained every day since we left home so we have decided to head inland in the hope it warms up a bit?...
Created: 26 Sep 2013 20:43
6 months in the Wild West 1
Al informed me that I should do a new page for each entry so I will do so. After a very relaxing week with ash and Janelle we are heading north in the hope of finding some warm ...
Created: 25 Sep 2013 14:24
Innes National Park
From rugged coastlines that have claimed many sailing vessels over the years, to the ruins at Inneston that was once an important Gypsum Mining venture,...
Created: 19 Sep 2013 19:15
Northwest Odyssey - Part 3 Old Lost Port to the Gascoyne
It occurred to me that watching our kettle boiling on the Oddy’s gas stove was a bit like the thought of decaffeinated coffee or worse - alcohol free beer… there’s just ...
Created: 02 Sep 2013 17:56
6 months in the wild west
First night on the road, camped next to highway at Inverleigh just out of geelong not the most glamorous spot to start off the trip....
Created: 01 Sep 2013 20:33
Northwest Odyssey - Part 2 Bindoon Pies to the Old Lost Port ...
Stabbing bursts of raw adrenaline always signals the planning phase of a trip. The excitement is palpable, boosted by habitual visits to four wheel drive and camping ...
Created: 01 Sep 2013 14:56
Northwest Odyssey - Part 1 Summary by Mike & Amanda Burton
Crushed water tanks, a ripped off trailer door, trapped in a gorge and firmly stuck in a deep waterhole – that’s not camping Barry…that’s an Odyssey!...
Created: 01 Sep 2013 09:21
Jananese Gardens - Cowra - New South Wales - Australia
Relax a moment in the peaceful Japanese Gardens, Cowra, New South wales.[Embedded Video]
Created: 28 Aug 2013 10:58
A photographic summary of our Maralinga Mystery Tour
As this blog has no text (other than this sentence) it shows images from our recent trip from Perth to Maralinga and back.
Created: 26 Aug 2013 15:57
Day 16 Breakaways to Home (Perth)
We were so thankful that we'd got through the night without getting any rain. To wake up in such a lovely camp was the perfect ending to a wonderful adventurous trip....
Created: 23 Aug 2013 12:03
evaNingaloo Trip 2013: A tale of woes
This is a retrospective narrative as the trip is now over and we are home.
As family, friends, and long-term readers of ExplorOz would know,...
Created: 31 Jul 2013 15:54
Balloon Flight - Canowindra - NSW
Relax a moment as we drift in a balloon over Canowindra, New South Wales.[Embedded Video]
Created: 27 Jul 2013 10:37
Darwin Via the Gulf June/July 2013 "Day 24"
Late start this morning, by the time we crawled out of bed, had breakfast, and packed up camp it was 9am, as we left Corrella Dam there was a convoy of Grey Nomads heading out....
Created: 11 Jul 2013 19:44
Darwin Via the Gulf June/July 2013 "Days 22 & 23"
Headed off this morning aiming to get to Barkly Homestead to camp overnight, unfortunatly it didnt work out as we planned,...
Created: 11 Jul 2013 08:03
Darwin Via the Gulf June/July 2013 "Day 20 & 21"
Darwin Via the Gulf June/July 2013 "Day 20 & 21"
Left Kakadu this morning heading to Katherine Gorge, a pretty uneventful drive really,...
Created: 10 Jul 2013 20:00
Darwin Via the Gulf June/July 2013 "Day 17, 18 & 19"
Arrived at Kakadu today, nice easy drive from Darwin with a stop at the "Bark Hut
Roadhouse" on the Arnhem Hwy, a good place to have a break and meal,...
Created: 07 Jul 2013 20:23