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Re-establishing river flow crucial to saving native fish

If we truly want to save native fish from extinction, the first step in the process is making sure all the rivers in Australia run. Highly respected river ecologist Dr Martin Mallen-Cooper has warned that we are at a crucial juncture when it comes to protecting our native fish populations from further losses and in some cases extinction. “We are …

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Tips for driving to Cape York

What a year it’s been for people visiting Cape York – I reckon it would have to be one of the busiest ever! And most are having a ball, exploring all the hugely diverse places and landscapes. Plus enjoying meeting new people along the road. And often these former strangers become friends travelling together. As well as having company, this …

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Heading north along the Western Australia coastline


My family and I are now three months into our eight-month trip around Australia. We’re currently heading north along the stunning Western Australian coastline, as this is where we wanted to spend most of our time exploring, being the furthest away from our hometown of Bundaberg. With so many sights featuring, I’ll do my best to stay focused on the …

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Impressive performance by Kingfisher 510 Powercat

After driving by Wynnum Marine several times and noticing a new catamaran-style boat painted in aqua – my daughter’s favourite colour – I was pleased to receive a call from Johnny Milton asking if I wanted to test said boat. The answer was a resounding yes, so plans were made to meet Brent at the Manly Harbour boat ramp and …

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Yakima launches new StreamLine system


Yakima – the innovative manufacturer of cargo and gear management solutions – announces the release of the all-new aerodynamic StreamLine integrated roof rack system. Designed from the ground up and created from decades of experience, StreamLine delivers Yakima’s most advanced and toughest roof rack system ever. A comprehensive system designed and built to accommodate multiple vehicle types, StreamLine combines advanced …

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Isuzu D-Max X-Terrain, towing in comfort


Hi all, we’ve just had the pleasure of picking up our new Isuzu D-Max X-Terrain from Bundaberg Motor Group, or BMG as its locally known. I was so impressed by the service and the sales staff’s knowledge. We knew what we required in the vehicle, so when we were in Brisbane, we spoke to several dealerships… to dot the i’s …

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Murray Bridge to Mount Gambier


After being on Yorke Peninsula for a few days, it was time to move on. We would have loved to have stay longer but because of the school holidays, we were time-poor, so maybe next time. When everyone was up, we packed the van and headed off. It was a big day of driving.   We bypassed Adelaide and ended …

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Broome and beyond


It came time to leave the rugged Pilbara, with its impressive rocky desert landscapes, stunning coastlines and generally fabulous roads.  broome Our first stop was at Barn Hill Beachside Station, 132km south of Broome and only 9km west of the Great Northern Hwy. And it did not disappoint – great campsites above the spectacular coastline, shady trees, abundant wildlife, plenty …

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Exploring Yorke Peninsula


Continuing on with our touring of South Australia tale… After a good shower and good sleep, we left early the next day and for the first time on the trip, we left the van behind. We drove along the gravel South Coast Rd to Marion Bay and found the boat ramp and Marion Bay Jetty. We had a good walk …

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Western Australia adventures

Western Australia

As I mentioned last month, Bremer Bay on the southern coast of Western Australia seriously impressed us with its all-round beauty. Unfortunately, we had to move on after a few days – there were still many more miles to cover and places to explore. Now, on to the southwest of the state! This magazine is about both the bush and …

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