Heading to the Outback I grew up listening to the works of Banjo Paterson and Henry Lawson. Stories telling of the life and hardships of settlers in outback New South Wales. Stories of swagmen and billabongs. A land that literally rode on the sheep’s back at the height of the wool industry. Grandad told tales
Here in Australia we do speak “The Queen’s English”. However over time, we have also developed our own unique dialect which can be both amusing and frustrating to visitors.
When he isn’t out fishing for kingfish on a charter boat, Ian frequently enjoys a morning fishing on the lakes and inlets around Narooma. We have owned a number of boats over the years, from “tinnies” to cabin cruisers, but Ian’s favourite is the kayak, which sat under the deck for a few years once
When we are not travelling, Ian’s other passion is fishing in the many beautiful waterways around Narooma. Narooma is known as a fishermen’s paradise. You can enjoy surf fishing from shore for salmon and tailor, or on the inlets and lakes you could catch flathead, bream, garfish, trevally and whiting. Whenever our family visits from
Utes in the Paddock In central western NSW is a unique bush tourist attraction depicting the life and history of outback Condobolin, using the ultimate Aussie icon- the Holden ute- as a medium. The unique art installation 25kms outside Condobolin showcases many Aussie icons. The “Utes in the Paddock” display on Burrawang West Station at
Visiting Robe, Mount Gambier and the Coonawarra wineries on the coast of South Australia
From fishing to beautiful beaches, seals, kangaroos and birdlife, Narooma is a great holiday destination.