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Travel Australia and the world…photos, descriptions and detail of places and Spaces in Queensland and Australia Source: Sunrise Today Australia – Get it now!   Free Ap for your mobile and Tablet…includes over 15,000 photos…travels all over the world….Translink, BUGS Ukulele Group, and Sunrise Today..and more..  

Outback Drive…Birdsville Track to Jundah via Windorah

It started from a property called Clifton Hills, the largest cattle property in Australia, where a drilling team worked for 3 months to drill a new bore. The first bore had a problem when they reached either a cave or soft sand when the bore could not be stabilized, and an error of judgement droppedContinue reading “Outback Drive…Birdsville Track to Jundah via Windorah”

Welford National Park

http://nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/welford/index.html Welford National Park is part of the Cooper Creek catchment. To help you plan your visit to this remote area, go to the Parks of Central West Queensland web page. Welford National Park’s northern boundary is 30km south-east of Jundah and the park has a northern and southern entrance. Lying on the Barcoo River,Continue reading “Welford National Park”

Betoota Lookout …Traveling the Birdsville Development Road

Map of the Road we traveled from Birdsville along the Birdsville Development Road Betoota is a small town in Diamantina Shire, in the Channel Country of Central West Queensland, Australia which has a seasonal population; the last permanent resident, Sigmund Remienko, died in 2004. We went to the lookout…and the Public Toilet there has noContinue reading “Betoota Lookout …Traveling the Birdsville Development Road”

Mt Hay Gemstone Park Queensland

Mt Hay There is a fossicking are where you can fossick for your own thunder eggs….Loads of dirt is brought here from the Volcanic area and tourists are invited to try their luck. You get a bucket for washing the stones, and then the shop will cut them for you if you find rocks thatContinue reading “Mt Hay Gemstone Park Queensland”

Cotton In Queensland

I have been passing Road trains laden with cotton in huge bales, and was fortunate enough to find a truck parked at a reststop at Comet. I was able to talk to the driver who said the cotton was being delivered to Emerald.. http://www.qcotton.com.au/cotton-operations.html Queensland Cotton operates eleven state of the art cotton gins throughoutContinue reading “Cotton In Queensland”

Japanese Garden at Blackwater Coal Centre

http://www.bicc.com.au/the-gardens/ Japanese Gardens landscaped in a traditional Japanese theme and containing a number of lanterns and other sculptures. The Azumaya (sitting house) can be used to view the gardens and surroundings.  The pond is an integral part of the garden and all elements are represented in a beautiful setting. The Timeless Garden features unique species ofContinue reading “Japanese Garden at Blackwater Coal Centre”

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