Monday, 8 June 2015

The Darling River Run To Beemery Bourke NSW II

The next week I was lucky enough to get an invitation to some exclusive access to camping, fishing and hunting on a property called Beemery. Beemery Station is a 40,558 ha (100,221 acre) farm near Bourke and is situated on the Barwon River and the Kamilaroi Highway between Bourke and Brewarrina. The Barwon, Bogan and Culgoa rivers combine to form the Darling river here.

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Beemery at the West boundary

Wet Camp Site day 1

Soon to be made habitable

I put this flag I got from the Denni Ute Muster up in camp to attract young attractive women.

 But it only attracted an old unattractive man?

 Mud packed suzi

 Kaiser Fliesch for brekky


Fat young Feral Pig Sow

 Barwon river morning mist


 Mr P Can

 That Feral sow, very fat.

 Pig in a bush cool room

Piggy Piggy

 Coffee coloured river

 Pork and veggies in the camp oven

 The proud chef

 Yes it was as good as it looks

 Next day steak and camp fie coal potatoes



 The little Bogan river

Camp fire relaxation

William T Goat

Barwon river Bliss 

Rifle Range targets 


 Goat boned out


 Mt Oxley




Bogan river before the water came down

The bogan river filling

 Leaving Beemery

Lachlan River Near Hillstone NSW

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