Norley, #Queensland, #Australia    Life line to the bush  by Andrew Hughes Photography, via 500px

Norley, #Queensland, #Australia Life line to the bush by Andrew Hughes Photography, via 500px

The dingo (native dog) fence between New South Wales and South Australia.

The dingo (native dog) fence between New South Wales and South Australia.

The Anna Creek cattle station in the South Australian Outback is by far the largest working cattle station (ranch) in the world

The Anna Creek cattle station in the South Australian Outback is by far the largest working cattle station (ranch) in the world

Cattle drive / In times of drought drovers take  herds of cattle on long cattle drives, often over hundreds of kilometres, to find feed. /  It looks as though they have found some in this shot.

Cattle drive / In times of drought drovers take herds of cattle on long cattle drives, often over hundreds of kilometres, to find feed. / It looks as though they have found some in this shot.

Ropes and the reins, the joys and the pain, and they call the thing rodeo. #senior #horse #cowgirl

Ropes and the reins, the joys and the pain, and they call the thing rodeo. #senior #horse #cowgirl

Drovers on Horseback at sunset, Anna Creek Cattle Station. South Australian Outback.

Drovers on Horseback at sunset, Anna Creek Cattle Station. South Australian Outback.

road trains. THESE ARE AT GLEN HELEN STATION WAITING THEIR TURN TO PICK UP BEEF FOR MARKET OR EXPORT.

road trains. THESE ARE AT GLEN HELEN STATION WAITING THEIR TURN TO PICK UP BEEF FOR MARKET OR EXPORT.

Aussie deserts: Our outback scenes - Australian Geographic (photo credit: Bill Bachman) Moving cattle on Napperby Station, Tanami Desert

Aussie deserts: Our outback scenes - Australian Geographic (photo credit: Bill Bachman) Moving cattle on Napperby Station, Tanami Desert

Photograph by Joe Scherschel -The sky stretches far and wide above cowgirls—or jillaroos—on a cattle ranch in Queensland. Ranching is serious business in Australia.

Photograph by Joe Scherschel -The sky stretches far and wide above cowgirls—or jillaroos—on a cattle ranch in Queensland. Ranching is serious business in Australia.

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