Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Day 5

A replica of Sturts Whaleboat at Pioneer Park in Tibooburra. Sturt carried it all the way to Fort Grey in search of the inland sea in 1845. It is 27 foot long.

Tibooburra means heaps of rocks, has a population of 150 and was once a gold mining town. Fuel was 195.1 cents per litre.

Corella's at Dead Horse Gully, in Sturt National Park where we camped on day 5. Great facilities here.

The 'Granites' at Dead Horse Gully.

1 comment:

Paula... said...

Horrible name for a camp ground but a great camp :) Your set-up looks great!