Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Speewah

I can vaguely remember hearing people refer to The Speewah when I was a lad, but you don’t often hear it mentioned these days. But since it’s a part of Outback mythology, it deserves to be revived. The Speewah was … Continue reading

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Classic Outback #1

The Outback provides an amazing spectrum of sights, ranging from classically beautiful scenes through to weird and wonderful surprises. These “Classic Outback” posts will provide a series of scenes, each of which could be in any one of a thousand different places … Continue reading

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Beauty and Power

Over the weekend, I attended a conference organised by the NSW Reconciliation Council. It focused on the need for recognition of indigenous Australians in our Constitution, and was held in the Booderee National Park, near Jervis Bay on the NSW … Continue reading

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