Friday night watching a DVD on the Simpson. Thought I’d share a post about one of our past visits.
So yes we have been a bit slack with the blog. First excuse, no service and second excuse too busy having way too much fun.
After our nice relaxing time in the Channel Country including Windorah, Quilpie and Welford National Park. We headed out west into the desert. We took the Birdsville Developmental Road after stopping at J.C Ruins.
We reached Haddon’s Corner, where South Australia and Queensland meet. Mum and Dad had to unhitch the caravan at the turn off as there were a few sand dune crossings.
From Haddon’s Corner we free camped on the outskirts of Cordillo Downs, home of the largest stone shearing shed in the Southern Hemisphere. Shaun crossed into South Australia for the very first time.
After camping in the middle of nowhere we woke up refreshed and headed to Cordillo Downs, the sheep shearing shed.
From Cordillo Downs we continued crossing the Sturt…
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