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Who has an association with “Mt Morris”? Be prepared to be amazed of a glimpse into Historic Mt Morris’s Heros, Politicians, everyday Australians – WOW!

I have compiled a little over view of some of the people whom have had either a direct, or indirect association with “Mt Morris” – or “Morrie” as “she” is affectionately known 🙂 There are many people and sources that … Continue reading

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Medical emergencies and good neighbours in the outback # 2

Well, on Saturday the 11th of August 2012, another “out of left field” event occurred. My husband and I had been to Brisbane to visit our son, I arrived home on the Friday the 10th of August to a very sick … Continue reading

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Medical emergencies and good neighbours in the outback.

Often visitors and those who have not travelled in the outback have many questions regarding how families cope with medical issues in the bush. One word covers the answer – “community”. People in rural Australia are resourceful and band together … Continue reading

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Tell me a story of when you were growing up on the farm?

It is amazing how many times our children, and now our granddaughter has asked that very question. So here is a story, of when I was growing up on my parents farm in NSW…I do hope you enjoy this 🙂 … Continue reading

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So what is it like to have biodiversity on your land as a farmer / grazier?

Mate, have you woken up to Koala’s grumbling outside your bedroom windows? Have you moved echidna’s from out of your laundry, or raised a puggle? Have you had to get brown snakes out of your washing machine? Have you ever … Continue reading

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So it begins..”Mt Morris” Station and “her” people are introduced….

It is hard to know where to begin with our home, “Mt Morris” Station, Charleville Queensland. Throughout the research on this beautiful station, it is evident that so many people, so many families of bygone eras have all contributed in … Continue reading

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Home Grown Human Protector – Mt Morris uniqueness strikes again!

“Giggard” on the hunt”! May 2012   Home grown human protector! Yep, that’s what we have here at home. I have written elsewhere about our resident “Giggard”. “Giggard” – who is a substantial sized goanna, earned his nick name from our … Continue reading

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Where the Murray Darling Basin Starts..

Today with much debate regarding the Murray Darling Basin Plan, it appears that our politicians, and arm chair environmentalists, have once again, disregarded the practicing environmentalists of the land. Here, on the left one can see the Langlo River, photographed … Continue reading

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Mount Morris Station – Its an Experience!

A picture says a thousand words – a Mt Morris experience to have forever!

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