Posts Tagged ‘helen osler’

A taste of the Googs Track

Where: Googs Track, South Australia (runs between Ceduna and Tarcoola) Permits: Camping Permit required from SA Department for Environment and Heritage, Ceduna. Costs: $20 per night camped on the track. Paid for with the Permit. Difficulty: Difficult. 300 bloody big sand dunes to traverse which may pose a few issues here and there. If completing the full Googs fuel […]

Flight of the kite

Black kites are a common sight in outback Australia. Recently I came across a flock (for want of a better collective noun) of black kites around the Adelaide River in the Northern Territory. Here’s a sequence of shots I took of them in flight…beautiful birds to watch.

Crocs Crocs Crocs

‘Never smile at a crocodile, Never tip your hat and stop to talk a while, Don’t be taken in by his welcome grin, He’s imagining how good you’d look inside his skin’ We went for a boat ride today on the Adelaide River, Northern Territory to see the crocodiles jumping. This isn’t a circus act, […]