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Sunday, Aug 09, 2009 at 15:08

RodH, Perth

Photos enclosed are:

(1) The old jetty at Eucla WA with lots of Pied Cormorants. It wasn't a particularly attractive day that we were at the jetty but like the way the colours of the water and sky were captured.

(2) This photo is on the bypassed section of the Eyre Highway at a former service station "Ivy Tank" on the Nullarbor in SA. I would have come through this area as a little kid with my parents.

(3) After years of looking in trees we finally spotted a koala in the wild at the "koala capital of the world", Gunnedah NSW.

(4) We are fans of the Eyre Bird Observatory near Cocklebiddy in WA. The Major Mitchell's have become a symbol of the EBO and don't disappoint when you visit.

(5) The West MacDonnell Ranges provide some of the most iconic images of Australia. This photo is at Redbank Gorge.

(6) Exploring the back roads of the Nullarbor Plain is always interesting. This is the remains of an outstation building north of Eucla WA.

(7) Coongie Lake near Innamincka SA is the perfect place to relax and unwind. This sunrise photo provides great memories.

(8) We have been to the Gawler Ranges in SA a number of times. This sunrise photo is near Thurlga Station.

(9) Nullarbor Roadhouse is worth staying at (if only for the location). A summer storm at sunrise provided a different view of the Nullarbor Plain.

(10) Winter camping in the northern ranges of NSW has its rewards. This was a foggy, cold morning on the Cobrabald River near Walcha.

(11) Summer in the Victorian Alps is a must for all 4WD enthusiasts. This is at Hewitt Plains.
Rod, Perth
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