Morning Glory Clouds in Australia. Bourketown, on the Gulf of Carpentaria. This cloud formation occurs for just a couple of weeks in Sept/Oct, depending on conditions. A mecca for gliders and cloud appreciators alike.

Morning Glory – kind of clouds observed in the Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Australia. But for real, look at the whole site. So many amazing pictures!

Emu's, I try and try to get decent photo's of them as we drive along but inevitably fail. We have seen them from Nyngan to Cobar, Cobar to Bourke, Bourke to south Western Queensland. Most in Queensland though.

The emu is the largest bird native to Australia and the only extant member of the genus Dromaius. It is the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich.

Kidman’s 5500sq km Glengyle Station in Queensland’s Channel Country uses a successful mix of tradition and perserverance to raise shorthorns in a landscape that’s as diverse as the weather.

Kidman’s km Glengyle Station in Queensland’s Channel Country uses a successful mix of tradition and perserverance to raise shorthorns in a landscape that’s as diverse as the weather.

Big Red is a large sand dune near Birdsville in Western Queensland. West from here is the Simpson Desert.

Big Red is a large sand dune near Birdsville in Western Queensland. West from here is the Simpson Desert.

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