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Outback Camel Wagon Adventure

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To date, I haven't seen a camel in the wild. Traveling from White Cliffs toward Wilcannia, Broken Hill and Menindee in outback New South Wales (NSW) we saw this camel not that far off the road and as I pulled up, my eyes focused on the camel wagon. On stopping, the owner, Ken, stood up from his seat on the ground beside a small campfire with a black billy.

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Kayak

Kayak on Bega River

Not only is a kayak a great fitness machine but it gets me around the flat water rivers and lakes to enjoy and photograph their unique landscape, near on impossible otherwise.

Quadbike

Hut overlooking Lake Eucumbene

With a cruising speed of around 50k/h on good going, the 4x4 bike and trailer carry photography gear, camp and tucker over considerable distances, allowing camping on site for the best light.

Mountain Bike

Lily and Granddad on mountain bikes

On the mountain bike I travel close enough to the ground and slow enough to see quite a bit that may otherwise be missed. Of course, the bike is mainly for travel on rural roads and tracks.

On Foot

Beach near Point Hicks

With a pack on my back, it's often not necessary to cover a great distance to capture the wilderness landscape. Anything from a few hundred metres to 15km can make a great day out in an isolated environment.