Australia - The Outback

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“The Outback” is the vast, remote, arid area of Australia generally used to refer to locations that are more remote than those named "the bush" which refer to any lands outside the main urban areas. Colloquial terms refer to "beyond the Black Stump”, the “Never-Never", “back of beyond" or "back o' Bourke" The main activities are mining and tourism. The population for an area of much of Australia is less than 700,000. A large proportion of Australia's indigenous population lives in the Outback.

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Melbourne, Australia... The Yardmaster’s Building / McBride Charles Ryan #melbourne #australia #architecture #design

The Yardmaster’s Building / McBride Charles Ryan

Built by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia with date 2009. Images by John Gollings. Within the gritty rail yard environment, squeezed between a space formed by the divergence of V-Line tracks at the en...

Australia

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ONLY IN AUSTRALIA WILL YOU SEE THIS!  A road-train at Helen Springs Station.

ONLY IN AUSTRALIA WILL YOU SEE THIS! A road-train at Helen Springs Station.

An Australian Stockman doing his rounds. **

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Can't this thing go any faster? Dolly will have my hide if I don't get these design documents in on time

Fuel warning sign outside of Cobar - NSW

Fuel warning sign outside of Cobar,NSw

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Entering the Outback, on the road to Uluru, Australia

Entering the Outback

On the road to Uluru, Australia. The central portion of Australia is commonly called "The Red Centre", due to the red soil and minimal greenery in the landscape. The color of the soil comes from the large amount of iron oxide that it contains. AIMG_6775