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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Wooleen Lake is Teeming with Life

By Frances | February 22, 2009

The recent rain from Cyclone Dominic in January has turned the usually dry lake bed of Wooleen Lake into a wet wealth of life. Wooleen Lake is approx. 5000 ha and has now been transformed into a wetland oasis. The flora surrounding the lake has already turned brilliant green contrasting with the red earth. Bird…

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Cyclone Dominic Brings Water to Wooleen

By Frances | January 31, 2009

Cyclone Dominic crossed the coast in Onslow on the 27th of January, 2009 bringing significant rains with it, some of which fell in the Murchison. Wooleen Station only recieved 11mm out of the fall while stations further north have reported recieveing up to 170mm in a single fall! The Murchison River has recieved large amounts of rain…

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Baz Lurhmann’s Australia The Movie

By Frances | January 7, 2009

Sometimes we have to get lost to find ourselves. Sometimes we gotta go WALKABOUT. The release of Baz Lurhmann’s “Australia” has created much hype and interest in the Australia outback over the world. “Australia” is Baz Luhrmann’s first feature film since 2001 musical success Moulin Rouge! The highly anticipated film centres on an English aristocrat…

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Wooleen Joins Facebook

By Frances | January 7, 2009

Wooleen Station has just become a member of the social-networking site Facebook. Joining has enabled us to offer guests another level of interaction and a place to trade comments and experiences, upload photo’s and give us their opinions! Facebook is free to join if your not signed up and a great way to keep in…

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