I have delved before into Australian explorer’s journals when researching posts, but I must admit that I’ve never read one right through. However, I don’t think that prevents my sharing some of the things they have to offer … 1,377 more words
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Some of the Internet websites I’ve read, as well as travel brochures for overseas, just get the whole Outback thing completely wrong.
For an Australian, the outback is a place (with a blurry transition line) west beyond the Darling River in NSW (some 1000km from Sydney), west beyond Longreach in Qld, in the majority of South Australia, the central and southern parts of the Northern Territory, and the northern, central and eastern parts of Western Australia. 665 more words
I am born and bred in Australia. In fact, I’m a fifth generation Australian. As a photographer and an historian I’ve had the privilege to travel and live in many different places in this country, from the north to the south and from the coast to the outback. 179 more words
Words of the Week 16/2016
Aboriginal Australians are legally defined as people who are members “of the Aboriginal race of Australia” (indigenous to the Australian continent—mainland Australia or to the island of Tasmania). 90 more words