Strzelecki Track Expedition (remote) South Australia

After reading an internet news article about the intentions of the South Australian government (in conjunction with the mining sector) to seal the iconic 475km long Strzelecki Track, a couple of us decided that we should take a look at this remote part of north-eastern South Australia before it becomes a popular picnic destination!

Camping in Swags around a campfire at Montecollina Bore, midway along the Strzelecki Track
Home away from home. Our camp site setup at Montecollina Bore, a true oasis in the remote desert country along the Strzelecki Track

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The Murray River

A section of the Murray River during flood, with brown water and trees growing out of the riverbankThe Murray River is Australia’s longest river, and the third longest navigable river in the world (after the Amazon and the Nile). It stretches for just over 2500 kilometres from Kosciusko National Park in New South Wales to the Indian Ocean at Lake Alexandrina in South Australia. The Murray River forms the border between New South Wales and Victoria, and it was here that we were keen to look for the wildlife that depend upon it.

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