This vehicle, sitting under the awning where we ate our lunch, was used by Buffalo hunters to smash their way through the flat country while chasing the animals. The "Cage" at the front was where the hunter stood with a noose ready to put over the horns of one and then pull him to a stop. They can have THAT job!!
Wonderful Wetlands and Waterways September 2nd 2014 We packed up and left just before 10am, did the usual dump and then the fuel stop at the one and only BP while I went next door to the Jabiru Bakery and bought some more of the delicious pecan tarts and a couple of fruit scrolls.
We drove about 31km down the road to Mamukala, where there is a bird hide overlooking the flood plain wetlands. We were very surprised to see a very large, new buildin ... read more
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