Punkah Creek

Punkah Creek

It is so nice being in the bush – we both seem to sleep so much better here. Today I decided to get up and explore the area on foot. There is so much wildlife along the banks of the creek, including kangaroos, emus, snakes and even a fox. On return to camp, we decided...
Chowilla Game Reserve

Chowilla Game Reserve

Day 27 – 30 March 2015 The day has finally arrived for us to leave Wentworth and continue the trip westwards. It was good being able to catch up with Steve and Anne for a tea and coffee before we left. It has been a wonderful trip to Wentworth and we leave having met...
Tara Homestead Wentworth

Tara Homestead Wentworth

Close to Wentworth is Tara Homestead, which is the home of Artback Australia, as well as the proprietor’s home.  It is also the location for art retreats held by Artback Australia. Today we were lucky enough to get an invite to photograph the property, and here...
Pooncarrie / Wentworth

Pooncarrie / Wentworth

Day 21 – 24 March 2015 Left mungo this morning and headed towards Pooncarrie. On our way out we dropped by the Mungo Woolshed and Zanci Woolshed. The Darling River goes through Pooncarrie and in years past there were paddle steamers here’s that carried...
Yanga to Mungo

Yanga to Mungo

Day 20 – 23 March 2015 Woke up early this morning, did a quick pack up and headed to Yanga Homestead. We had a brief visit there on Friday, but arrived too late to see it all without rushing the experience. So with no time restraints today, we decided to make up...
Yanga Woolshed and Homestead

Yanga Woolshed and Homestead

Yanga Woolshed Having seen a few woolsheds in our travels we were pleasantly surprised by what we found at the Yanga Woolshed. The shed was built to accommodate 40 shearers and 3000 sheep at one time, and it is easy to see why it was known as the most modern shed of...
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