Birds, Animals, Plants, Nature, Social & Political Comment. 

The Ghan
Australia's most famous train. It runs between Adelaide and Darwin
The Breakaways
Magnificent colour in these mountain areas near Coober Pedy in South Australia.
Devils Marbles
Right on the Stuart Highway about 100km south of Tennant Creek
Daly Waters Pub
The Daly Waters Pub is an Australian icon. You have to go there at least once.
Salt Water Crocodile
This large salty was in the Adelaide River in the Northern Territory.
Katherine Gorge
There are several gorges in Katherine on the Katherine River. They are absolutely spectacular and worth the tour.
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G'day From Bushsong!

Hi there!

Perhaps you have visited this site in search of web development and internet services.  This used to be the site for all those things, but I have now retired and am spending my time travelling as much as possible.  This site will become a repository of stories about those travels.

But if you are looking for web development, then by all means visit Martin Beaumont at Magnetic Websites.  I have passed all my clients over to Martin because of his expertise and the attention to detail he puts into all his work.

Now onto more important things. With my wife Jude and our dog Boof, we are looking to explore every nook and cranny of Australia that we can.  A few trips will involve going beyond possibly to some places overseas if I can be tempted to board a plane in cattle class again.

I also plan on getting back into some of my bush poetry and music.  You can explore more about this on my site Australian Bush Verse.  This was the first web site I ever wrote back in 1998 and is still going to this day. I run a Forum on there which has a lot of information about bush verse, bush poetry and bush music.

The main emphasis here is to put stories of our travels and photos of the unique birds, animals and plants we find on our travels.  We spend a lot of time in the bush around Wedderburn, Vic where we live and have a host of interesting flora and fauna from that area.

Latest Posts

Hooded Robin Female

Hooded Robin

If someone asked me why I was so fascinated with the Hooded Robin I wouldn’t be able to tell you.  I don’t know what it

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Grey Fantail

The Grey Fantail is a reasonably common bird around Australia and part of a rather large family. It’s best known cousin would probably be the

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Galah

Galah

It’s always interesting when doing this sort of work to find the origin of Galah as a word. Apparently it comes from the word “gilaa”,

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Fuscous Honeyeater With Moth

Fuscous Honeyeater

The image above shows a Fuscous Honeyeater devouring a moth for breakfast. The Fuscous Honeyeater is a bit of a strange one for me.  For

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Eastern Rosella

Eastern Rosella

I think the Eastern Rosella would have to be one of our most colourful birds. Surprisingly enough, if it wasn’t for all their chatter, they

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Dusky Woodswallow

Dusky Woodswallow

The Dusky Woodswallow is actually a misnomer. This bird is not closely related to swallows. They are more closely related to Butcherbirds, Currawongs and the

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