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A Model goes over the Top End

By Frances | March 3, 2012

Around The Top EndBrett Pollock is off again in his A Model Ford to raise funds for the RFDS. This trip will take Brett and his team from the A Model Ford Club Inc WA around the Top End of Australia to meet at the biannual rally in Ipswich and then back on to Perth. “We…

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Wooleen Station on Australian Story

By Frances | March 3, 2012

  Half a Million Acres – Australian Story ABC1 Monday the 5th of March 2012 Half a Million Acres tells the story of a young man from remote Western Australia, a young woman from the Melbourne suburbs and the battle to save an historic grazing property in one of the oldest landscapes on the planet.…

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Frances Jones wins Sir David Brand Young Achiever Medal

By Frances | December 30, 2010

On the 20th of November 2010 Tourism Council Western Australia held the state tourism awards at Burswood Entertainment Complex. The event was themed “Four Seasons” to capture WA’s ability to provide amazing destinations year round. The Gala Dinner saw the coming together of the top tourism businesses throughout Western Australia, and was attended by some 900…

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Record rainfall in the Gascoyne Murchison fills Wooleen Lake

By Frances | December 21, 2010

Heavy rainfall from a monsoonal low caused floods which have impacted on the shires of Ashburton, Exmouth, Carnarvon, Upper Gascoyne, Shark Bay, Murchison and Northampton on the 17th of December 2010. The town of Carnarvon received more than its annual rainfall in less than 22 hours and it was feared that the town would be evacuated.…

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Best Way to Travel the Outback – Gascoyne Murchsion Outback Pathways.

By Frances | May 16, 2010

The Gascoyne Murchison Outback Pathways is the best way to explore and travel the wonders of this region. Providing ready access to the brilliant red landscape each pathway has interpretive sites which offer travelers information, history and photographs to enrich the experience. The pathways consist of three routes, The Wool Wagon Pathway, The Miners Pathway and…

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Brett Pollock does THE SLOW DRIVE

By Frances | April 16, 2009

On the 25th of April Brett Pollock and his team will begin The Slow Drive in an A Model Ford across Australia to raise funds for the Royal Flying Doctors Service and create awareness of outback tourism. The drive will start in Gladstone, Qld and finish in Perth, WA. Brett purchased the A model (pictured…

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