parnngurr mob

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Parnngurr is located 370 kilometres due east of Newman in Western Australia.

The community is located in the Great Sandy Desert at the southern end of Karlamilyi (Rudall River) National Park.

There are 150 or so permanent residents here, a shop, and one school.

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Same same

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6th Sep 2005, 04:46   comments (0)

A different point of view

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6th Sep 2005, 04:43   | tags:comments (0)


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Alex and the riverbed
6th Sep 2005, 04:40   | tags:comments (0)

River bed

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This is one of the bigger dry river beds along the way. Havent seen it in flood yet. The roads to Jigalong are closed before then.
6th Sep 2005, 04:38   | tags:comments (0)

Ethel Creek Station

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This is the sign pointing you to the Ethel Creek Station homestead. Havent been there but have heard that there are some really good parties put on at certain times of the year.
6th Sep 2005, 04:35   | tags:comments (0)

Jigalong Road

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This is a section of road to Jigalong. Because Jigalong is so well known (because of the rabbit proof fence), any sign that says Jigalong does often get stolen. Miss this turn off and you will endup at Nullagine and eventually to Broome. That would be a shame.
6th Sep 2005, 04:18   | tags:comments (0)

Cattle Grid

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Luckily there are signs for everything, just in case you didnt know that is a grid we are about to go over.

This grid is a real cattle grid. On the highway you often find trickem grids, that are white stripes painted across the road. Apparently cows wont cross that line either.
6th Sep 2005, 04:01   | tags:comments (0)

101 uses for a tyre rim

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Looking at this has given me an idea of what to use in case I havent a jack the next time I have a flattie.
6th Sep 2005, 03:58   comments (0)