Burrum Heads Queensland

Burrum Heads is located about three and a half hours drive north of Brisbane and approximately half an hour from Hervey Bay and Maryborough, 50 kms from Maryborough. I lived in Burrum Heads 10 years ago, so decided to book into the Burrum Heads Caravan Park in Hillcrest Avenue and visit my old haunts. The CaravanContinue reading “Burrum Heads Queensland”

Cattle Muster Normanton Queensland

A Muster is when cattle that have been left to freely graze on a station property, are rounded up, or collected, usually for resale. Properties called Stations, can range to over 23,000 sq. kms in size, which is the size of Anna Creek in SA which is the largest property in Australia. This muster tookContinue reading “Cattle Muster Normanton Queensland”

Community Garden Macleay Island

The Community Garden is at the corner of Southsea Terrace and Scarborough Terrace opposite the Community Centre. There is a skate board track, exercise machines and a public toilet and a walking track through the garden with many beautiful trees. The Heritage and Recreation Trail is intended to provide a means whereby people can accessContinue reading “Community Garden Macleay Island”

Desert Arrival at Mt Isa

In 2009 I accepted a teaching position at Cloncurry and went there by Aeroplane. These photos are taken from above as the small plane flew into Mt Isa. The desert is very beautiful. Mount Isa  is a city in the Gulf Country region of Queensland, Australia.[3] It came into existence because of the vast mineral deposits found in the area. MountContinue reading “Desert Arrival at Mt Isa”

Paper Bark

Paper Bark trees Melaleuca quinquenervia… Paper Bark Paperbark grows up to 8 to 10 metres high with a canopy 5 to 10m wide. The leaves are leathery and either dull or grey-green in color. The bark is beige, white, or grey and looks like thickly-layered paper. Note the codominant leaders with the inclusion of barkContinue reading “Paper Bark”

storm travels 2000km across Australia

https://www.weatherzone.com.au/news/storm-complex-takes-2000-km-journey-across-australia/535774 Satellites, lightning sensors and phone cameras have captured the epic journey of a thunderstorm complex that produced around 1 million lightning strikes across nearly 2,000 km of the Australian outback. A small set of thunderstorms developed over the Simpson Desert on Sunday morning as a low pressure trough passed through central Australia. At 11amContinue reading “storm travels 2000km across Australia”

Toogoolwah Queensland

Toogoolawah is a rural town and locality in the Somerset Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Toogoolawah had a population of 1,279 people. Toogoolawah is in South East Queensland. Toogoolawah is a centre for gliding and parachuting and in the past the centre of a dairying industry. The district was originally known as Cressbrook after the Cressbrook Station operated by James Henry McConnel. TheContinue reading “Toogoolwah Queensland”

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