Author Archives: Deb

Great Australian Bight

Vastly Vast Australia – driving it from WEST to EAST

A tiny white SUV towed a sweet, grey box trailer across a vast red desert. Named MUXI-Anne, her owner coaxed her gently. She was his beloved ride, and she hauled precious cargo. A big fast motorbike named ENZO. A stash of computer and camera equipment representing his life. And his little Victorian girlfriend, who sat […]

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Our Three Day Itinerary in Karijini

Aahh Karijini. 627,444 hectares – the second-largest park in Western Australia. The destination that had eluded us in our travels thus far. But the destination that we continued to dream about visiting. Our first night was a stopover at Peace Gorge, Meekatharra. Recommended to us by a friend who was once stationed there as a […]

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Mellenbye aerial

What Happens on an Australian Cattle Station

Before visiting Mellenbye, I had no real practical clue about what a Cattle Station is, and how it might be different from a farm. So, to have the privilege of visiting and filming a real live station was both educating and rewarding. Mellenbye is a relatively small 250,000 acre station. Is that small?! Well yes, […]

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Exploring the Murchison of W.A.

Western Australia is such a huge state. It’s nothing to drive 200km without seeing anyone else. This was supposed to be a 3-4 day drive around Murchison region, but it ended up taking 8 days.Why??? Because there’s just SO much to see out here …… well, if you’re slightly inquisitive, that is. And importantly, if […]

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