Here are our two vehicles side by side.
Our own version of the terracotta warriors. These are termite mounds. not nearly as large as the ones in the Northern Territory but certainly numerous.
These photos were taken at the Julia Creek rest area which is one of the prettiest rest stops we have come across. There are no facilities at all, not even a toilet and only self-contained vehicles are allowed to camp. It is nevertheless, full of campers and the feeling is very social.
This is a cage one couple from Western Australia had for the cat called George they were travelling with. When they stopped somewhere, George liked to sit in his cage which had a cat-flap into it on the side of their caravan, especially at night.
This is the well-laden bicycle one young man from Adelaide was riding. he carried his little tent and all his food in the pannier bags.
The Julia Creek dunnart feeding. It is a tiny marsupial, the size of a rat or a big mouse. Very cute. the Vistors Centre charges $2.50 to show their being fed.