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I Love Being In the Australian Bush

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 17 People

    Now I'm In The Never Never Know.

    G'day people. I've just spent the last 7 months travelling across the top end for the 1st time and I've just loved it. I come from the goldfields of WA and have always loved getting away from town for a few days camping and relaxing in a natural setting. This year I decided to...
    jahnerd jahnerd
    31-35, M
    Nov 13, 2009

    City Boy Turned Country

    To sit on a mountain top and see nothing man made, only nature. Birds, koalas, lizards, trees and ferns, waterfalls, and the ocean. Heaven on earth.
    WiseOldOwl WiseOldOwl
    56-60, M
    2 Responses Feb 17, 2009

    First Breath

    A few years ago I had a project which took me to Sydney for about three months. For the first few weeks my family were with meso we took the opportunity to explore a bit. One weekend we hired a car and headed for the Blue Mountains, somewhere near Woodford (I think) we turned off...
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    Jan 2, 2011

    My Best Part Is The Snowie Mountains.

    I rode my motorcycle twice over the Snowie mountians along the Snowie moutains Hwy from Cooma to Tumut and back to Kiandra and then down to Khancoban and then on to Thredbo along some fantastic motorcycle roads. Who ever built those road must of been a motorcyclist.. Here...
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    2 Responses Feb 8, 2010


    Over the recent New Year period  I was camping at one of my favourite spots on the Murray River (see pics in album's) , it was just my girls and myself for the first couple of nights. I'd lie in bed at night in my tent alone about 10meters from the magnificant Murray...
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    2 Responses Mar 1, 2010

    Encompassing All And Nothing

    My time spent alone in the Australian bush made me feel how vastly alone we all are and yet how connected everything is. All is one expressing itself in pieces for reasons I can't fathom.
    dezhkub dezhkub
    46-50, M
    May 28, 2011
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