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up the creek ... with a paddle

Sailed up Dampier Creek in Broome this morning, looking for climate refugees, or the local croc Found a refugee boat, and a mud crab after disentangling from mangroves. 316 more words


stone axes, spears and ancient string ...

A similar axe tool was found by our group on a field trip a few years ago. It was returned to the ecstatic senior traditional lawman of the area in the Central Kimberley Tablelands, now this find is reported by Geoff Vivian at SNWA: 147 more words


the eyes have it ...

Laying in the sand on Cable beach, watching the world go by, until the tide returns, some clown picks me up and looks at me. Put me back!: 169 more words


This is page 1 of my blog, day 1 of our proposed adventures across the centre of Australia, up to Broome, over the top end and back down to home at Lennox Head. 74 more words

Deserts Of Australia

Friday 28th March - Tuesday 2nd April 2014 - Photos

I’m a bit behind, but know how much some people love a photo blog, so here it is. I’ll get onto the word part of it soon, hopefully tomorrow!! 211 more words


New Hotel Opens in SoHo: Broome

A new hotel in SoHo called Broome is certainly worth a look. Located at Crosby and Broome, this hotel was seven years in the making. They transformed a Federal-style building that used to house a commune of artists in the late 80s into a 14 cozy, fun room. 70 more words


weekly report ...

…A big week coming up on sowing seeds, last week’s selection are springing up, including the fabulous Sturt’s Pea, Swainsona formosa:

Crotalaria verrucosa:

Potted up into large tubes were a number of Barringtonia acutangula, a Freshwater Mangrove that inhabits the Fitzroy River and most Kimberley Rivers. 261 more words