Why don't trees grow above a particular altitude? › Ask an Expert (ABC Science)
Why is it that after one billion years of evolution trees still do not grow above the 3,000 metre level? Have they shifted with time?
APRIL 2015: Corryong, NSW - The Man from Snowy River — Lens on the Road
This trip saw us head south to Corryong near the Victorian, NSW border to experience the Man from Snowy River Festival. It was three days of horse riding, country music, poetry, cattle dogs, bush hats, tractors and everything else country. The below story was covered in the July 2015 Issue
The Man from Snowy River
No, you didn’t misread the title. Last night, I watched “The Man from Snowy River,” and I did it voluntarily. Not only voluntarily, but eagerly. The film brought back a long lost yet treasured childhood memory. Simply the title of this movie makes me think of two people: Ginger and Brandon. I must admit that the plot of the film was almost completely foreign to me. I guess growing up I never paid attention to the story, for it is one of love, growth, and courage (as so many films today are)…
Numbats - Charming and Endangered
By Sharon Wormleaton The Numbat Myrmecobius fasciatus is a small Australian marsupial found in south-west Western Australia. Sadly, it is ...
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People - Photos
A drover rounds up cattle during the Great Australian Cattle Drive preview on May 7, 2009 in Oodnadatta, Australia. The Great Australian Cattle Drive will take place in 2010 and offers the general public the chance to experience an Australian adventure.
Top ten tips for staying alive in Australian bush
Jamie Neale managed to survive in the bush for twelve days. Below are the top ten tips for staying alive:
Movement at the Station – a roundup of property briefs - Beef Central
Stage three for Meeleebee Downs | SA’s Mt Lyndhurst for auction |Chinese in $9m Kimberley deal | New faces in property circles for Colliers, CBRE, Ray White | Recent listings of interest ..Read More
Thirsty wallaby on a Queensland property ca. 1910
Photographer: W. Matthewson Date: Undated Location: Queensland, Australia Description: A wallaby being given milk straight from the cow. View this image at the State Library of Queensland: hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/79351 Information about State Library of Queensland’s collection: pictureqld.slq.qld.gov.au/
Image of Mustering cattle near Eidsvold, Queensland
Mustering cattle near Eidsvold, Queensland - Andrew McInnes. Find more authentic Australian stock images at Austockphoto
Fare & Dinkum on Instagram: “Eat my dust cobba! #fareanddinkum #sentit @australian_cowpuncher”
273 Likes, 2 Comments - Fare & Dinkum (@fareanddinkum) on Instagram: “Eat my dust cobba! #fareanddinkum #sentit @australian_cowpuncher”