Roads are gradually opening up following rain, and we are now accessible via Cobar, Bourke and Louth. Take it easy, enjoy the scenery … and stShindy's Inn Louthn Louth for a counter lunch or cold ale on your way through. ... See MoreSee Less
Off and racing with our annual shearing, albeit 10 days late due to rain - but we’re not complaining… the pastures are amazing! Pic (C) Will Murray ... See MoreSee Less
Always nice to see these animals back in there paddock after a stressful time like shearing. Especially a paddock with plenty of feed. See them with there heads down filling empty bellies. 😊☘️☘️☘️☘️
Hope the sheering went well.
The country looks nice
Wow that looks bloody fantastic!! Gotta love the outback Australia🍻🍷🍻🍾
Yes a magic holiday, with great memories ☺️
How much Rain have you had last 24 hours
Yes it sure is a fantastic holiday on a house boat on the Murray river .
Thats my neck of the woods 😊
Our resident Echidna is loving this wet weather as much as we are (despite the delay with shearing). After a very busy few days with Outback by Air it’s nice to take a calming breath … and catch up in the office. The Big Boss (who never sits still) is under the shearing shed shoveling out poo! It’s raining lightly and we’ve measured 44mls and Bourke Shire have advised that all unsealed roads will be closedThe Darling River RunyOutback Bedsng River Run Outback Beds ... See MoreSee Less
The rain will certainly be appreciated, I presume, is it widespread or just near homestead areas.
Just did 1300 klms home with rain the whole way. The challenges of weather. Sure you have back up plans.
Lovely to see Eric showing his face! Good rain too, Huey can have a wee break now I reckon .
Lovely rain, can you send some of that good poo this way!.. love your garden guest
Great photo sounds like you have been busy Liz😍
We're in North east vic, just had a fella from Mildura way come and vacuum out under our shearing shed, estimated 130 cubic metres of compacted manure up to floor height in 3 days. Well worth it, now we have ventilation in the shed again
Love the echidnas we get them regularly at our place Lizz.
Tell gazz I need some nuggets for my garden 🤣
Bee our mate
A novel (and leisurely) way to travel the Darling River Run! But like everyone else, the Chamberlain 9 G tractor club are making a beeline for the bitumen today with imminent rain expected from this arvo. If we can believe the forecasters we’re in for an mighty drenching for the next few dThe Darling River RuneOutback Bedsk Beds ... See MoreSee Less
Been raining all night here at Julia Creek and doesn't look like letting up. I guess it's just shed work for the next couple of days.
Rains are great, a little flooding OK more big floods not so good. But we had better watch put what we wish for or the rain will pack her bags and bugger off, not to return for a decade!🤣
Was great to see them rumbling by each day.
We don't see many of these in 🇬🇧, perhaps a couple at the Great Dorset Steam Fair. Rare
Hopefully the roads will be dried and re-opened for our arrival end of May.
Weather forecast doesn’t look promising for tourists. Hope everyone is safely on the bitumen when it comes
Hopefully you get just the rains you are happy with out in your lovely part of the country, Just loved our stay out there a couple of years ago
We ran into these guys last year, fantastic effort by all
Good luck. Hope you don't get flooded out.
They made it. Seen them 50km out of cobar an hour ago.
Batten down the hatches , get the supplies in 😁
Take care out there.
Good idea Jo & Scott.
Hope you get some
Was the station named after Trilby or Trilby after the station?
Cal Shingles 😉
Bob Lane mate don’t you have an old Chamberlain??