Great testimonial from Phil Talbot!

“Absolutely loved your audio tour of the Birdsville Track. We listened to the whole thing as we travelled south from Birdsville a week ago and it really made our trip into a more special event. Loved the information on the Read More …

You’ve got to stop in Mungerannie!

You’ve got to stop in Mungerannie because it’s the only fuel stop between Birdsville and Marree! Apart from temptations like: Hot food,  Hot showers,  Motel rooms,  Beer & Publican Phil Gregurky’s entertainment value, Mungerannie has a beautiful hot bush spa!  Read More …

Marree full of surprises!

Who’d have thought that a tiny outback town like Marree could have such a fascinating story! Marree was a cultural melting-pot of Afghan cameleers, European settlers and local Aboriginal peoples – the Guyani, the Dieri and Arabunna. Although the different Read More …

The Unexpected Marree Mosque

I love this mosque. It isn’t a real one – it’s actually a replica, dedicated to the Muslim cameleers (often called ‘Afghans’ even though they weren’t!). Outback towns like Birdsville relied on the cameleers. You see, horse hooves sink into Read More …

Delays delays delays!

The CD printers have promised me they’ll pull out all stops to get the CDs onto the next truck into Birdsville, so fingers crossed! The truck’s still my best option! I remember from my Birdsville days, suppliers would say ‘we’ll Read More …