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Chillagoe – post 7 of 12 – Archway Caves complex

I wandered onwards from the cave with the paintings, through this peaceful place reflecting on the idea that the Royal Arch caves with its rocky crown, gave off no sense of people connections rather that it was a hard lifeless soulless place. 222 more words

Today from the coast Inland - Day 275 - 20 October

Today was going to be yet another long day in the saddle, we were hoping to put a good few kilometres under our belt before our next stop. 803 more words

Magnetic Island - Australia


We left Cairns on our first Grey Hound Bus of the East Coast, a perfectly comfortable coach with a toilet and dodgy wifi on board. 1,322 more words


Brush-Tailed Rock Wallaby

Brush-Tailed Rock Wallabies used to be widespread across the rocky country of south-eastern Australia from southern Queensland to Victoria. They inhabit rocky escarpments, granite outcrops and cliffs with complex fissures, caves and ledges, preferring areas where these structures face north, for warmth. 46 more words