Beating About the Bush – 60 Days in Northern Australia (Part 12 – Ellen Brae)

We leave El Questro. Three days is enough. While parts of the station are spectacular and it's a well run operation, albeit pretty understaffed, it feels too much like what it is - a mass tourist operation. Our next major stop is Mitchell River but we plan to stop over-night along the way. It is... Continue Reading →

Beating About the Bush, 60 Days in Northern Australia (Part 11 – El Questro)

Leaving Wyndham, it's a sealed road all the way to the El Questro turn off. El Questro describes itself as a wilderness. It's a dubious claim given it is still an active cattle station, leaving aside the tourist facilities. For many wilderness enthusiasts it is anything but wilderness but, no doubt, many Aboriginal people would... Continue Reading →

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