Our country is a living landscape - our culture, heritage, laws and language are linked to the land.
Having cultural knowledge and respect is part of what it means to be a Mimal ranger and we support a range of activities to prepare new generations of custodians and to address concerns about loss of knowledge of country and culture.
In recent years we’ve been increasing opportunities for people to spend time on country, supporting people to live on outstations, growing community engagement in cultural activities and ceremonies, and expanding cultural heritage and language work.
WOW! The Freds Pass Show was a massive success and we had such an amazing time meeting everyone that came up to say hello and eating lots of great food.
Thank you so much to @lyntontapp , @smokey_js and the @freds_pass_rural_show team for all of your support over the weekend 🙏👏. We are enjoying getting all the orders out to our new customers and can’t wait to do it all again next year! 🐂
Recognise this rock?
WAY back in 2007, we were lucky enough to be able to climb it. Awesome views up there. Now days the traditional owners of this awesome place recommends that visitors don’t climb it due to too many injuries in the past. Fair enough we think.
Still an amazing place to visit both at sunrise and sunset. 👌 Even though it was over cast, this photo was taken at sunrise back in 2015.
The queen of talk shows (you can guess who) loves barramundi and is a staple throughout her weight loss journey. 😉 Want to figure out who it is? Head to this video by @entertainmentweekly and find out yourself! https://bit.ly/2LVt78M
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Gerald's Update | Day 16 (Thursday)
Up before sunrise today, had a quick bowl of cereal and while packing up I mentioned to Rod that I saw strange flashing green lights in the sky with no noise, anyway, we were off. We arrived at Wycliffe Well at 8.15am where we realised that this place has a lot of UFO sightings – coincidence? Sadly the coffee machine was broken so I brought some Aeroguard as the flies can get bad out here. We continued with more straight roads to Devils Marbles for a look, then on to Tennant Creek to refuel and grab some lunch.
Next we headed off to Barkly Homestead. I thought the headwind was bad on the way north but that was nothing compared the howling breeze as we turned east! It was slow going but we stopped at the homestead to refuel and continued on to Soudan Bore rest area were we made camp. The flies! Damn flies were so thick even the Areoguard did nothing.
We had a BBQ for tea then off to bed. We did 563km today and was 30 degrees in Tennant Creek. It’s getting hotter.