This morning I sat down with a cuppa to read a fantastic story in the West Weekend magazine about Frances Pollock from Wooleen Station.
Pick up a copy of the West Weekend today, read the story online here - or watch the video below to hear from Frances and see a glimpse of Wooleen Station.Read more
The Outback is one of the few remaining great regions of nature, and today a new study reveals an urgent truth: our Outback needs more people to care for it and to prevent permanent loss of the unique native species and rich cultural heritage.
Australia’s Outback is a landscape that has been inhabited by people for 50,000 years, yet despite this, it is unencumbered by the type of industry and development that has permanently altered many of the planet’s other great ecosystems.
In the Outback, rivers still flow freely, wildlife migrates unchanged across the landscape, and the people who live and work in the Outback have an unparalleled connection to landscape and nature.Read more