Australian farmhouse. Have a go at trying to open the gate. They look easy but if you don't know the ways of country life the chain on the gate will have you on your knees begging for help!.......

Australian farmhouse. Have a go at trying to open the gate. They look easy but if you don't know the ways of country life the chain on the gate will have you on your knees begging for help!.......

Sunset - Cunnamulla South Western Queensland Australia

Sunset - Cunnamulla South Western Queensland Australia

Experience a historic cattle station and sense one of the last true wilderness areas on earth With the magnificent Cockburn Range as your backdrop, soak in the unforgettable scenery of the East Kimberley and be inspired by the ultimate Australian outback experience and the region's Indigenous people.

Experience a historic cattle station and sense one of the last true wilderness areas on earth With the magnificent Cockburn Range as your backdrop, soak in the unforgettable scenery of the East Kimberley and be inspired by the ultimate Australian outback experience and the region's Indigenous people.

Windmills and water tanks. We had a water tank near the house. I have memories of the smell of mint and lots or green ivy around the tank. CC

Windmills and water tanks. We had a water tank near the house. I have memories of the smell of mint and lots or green ivy around the tank. CC

Outback shower! Mustering camp on a cattle station

Outback shower! Mustering camp on a cattle station

In central Australia, I love the fact that my indigenous friends are often willing to show me new treasures. This has come from long years of relationship and a slowly maturing trust. This particular photograph was taken in an area I thought I knew. But then a good Aboriginal friend said he would take me to see a little waterhole. It was, he said, "little bit long way", which in Aboriginal speech meant it would take anything from ten minutes to ten hours!

In central Australia, I love the fact that my indigenous friends are often willing to show me new treasures. This has come from long years of relationship and a slowly maturing trust. This particular photograph was taken in an area I thought I knew. But then a good Aboriginal friend said he would take me to see a little waterhole. It was, he said, "little bit long way", which in Aboriginal speech meant it would take anything from ten minutes to ten hours!

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