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#Great_Ocean_Road, #Victoria - #Australia

Planning an Aussie road trip? AUS Australia driving on the road beautiful roads dream roads

A little rocky place - The Bungle Bungles  Kimberly region of Western Australia

A little rocky place, The Bungle Bungles, Purnululu NP, Kimberley region, Western Australia

Information.... Rabbit Proof Fence

Rabbit Proof Fence - Rabbits were brought to Australia in the on ships. They are not indigenous. As an attempt to control their spread into pastoral areas and the incredible damage they cause to the local ecology, fences were built.

Watch out for road trains generally, they’re massive. | 29 Signs You'll Only See In The Outback

29 Signs You'll Only See In The Outback

Australia’s most spectacular meteorite craters

Australia’s most spectacular meteorite craters

If you are really up the true outback experience then take the Oodnadatta track in South Australia

Australian holidays - the key Australia attractions told by a local. Learn where to go to experience the Australian outback and

R.M. Williams; the driving force behind "The Stockmans Hall Of Fame", Longreach, Queensland. R.M. also has a major Boot and "outback" clothing company

The famous Australian brand R. Williams - a Boot and "outback" clothing company. Williams is the driving force behind "The Stockmans Hall Of Fame", Longreach, Queensland, Australia

This vast part of Australia (road to Tennant Creek, Northern Territory) has brilliant blue skies and boundless horizons that are broken only by kangaroos darting across the highway, soaring eagles, remote pubs and ancient rock art (image by Paul Arnold Photography)

Road-trip in the Outback on the red dirt road, Tennant Creek, NT - Luxico's ultimate travel bucket list

Waterhole near Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia

Top Five Reasons to Visit Australia

A.B. ‘Banjo’ Paterson 17 February 1864 – 5 February 1941 He was born at the property "Narrambla", near Orange, New South Wales. Re-pinned from the State Library of NSW. Source: Australian Great War Poetry. Clement Semmler. 2015 http://australiangreatwarpoetry.blogspot.com/2015/01/andrew-barton-banjo-paterson.html

Andrew Barton "Banjo" Paterson OBE was an Australian bush poet, journalist and author. He wrote many ballads and poems about Australian life, focusing particularly on the rural and outback areas.

Wolfe Creek Crater, Western Australia, Australia

The truth behind the story that inspired the film Wolf Creek? The true Wolf Creek story happened about two thousand kilometres from Wolfe Creek National Park, and not in Western Australia, but in the Northern Territory.

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