Who said there are no Koala’s out west?

Senator Brown, Senator Brown, Senator Milne, Senator Milne, here I am, I am alive, and so are my cousins and family!

My ancestors have survived the great droughts, the numerous bush fires, the raging floods thanks to our pet “graziers” that have diligently looked after and cared for us since they moved in back in 1866!

Our pet “graziers” also keep those horrible feral pigs and nasty feral dogs away from us..sheesh, they are nasty feral animals, not at all as cute and cuddly as my family!

Anyway, just thought I would say G’Day to all of my mates out there, who knows, you might all come and try to find me out here!

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2 Responses to Who said there are no Koala’s out west?

  1. Mount Morris Station, you are a gem! Thanks to all graziers, who care for wildlife by caring for stock.

    • G’Day perilousfight! Thank you so much for your kind words 🙂 There are many graziers and farmers who do exactly the same as we do – everyday.
      As you so accurately said, “Thanks to all graziers, who care for wildlife by caring for stock.” the 2 are inseparable, our livestock depend on our wildlife, and our wildlife depend on our livestock.
      A finely balanced relationship, as productive hands on people who live on the land know and understand best…it appears to me, that you have an understanding of this.
      Remember, “Mt Morris” Station, always has room for good people who really want to experience the outback…and a good mate or 6 should they decide to “come on down”! 😉

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