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A Bush Camp for the Big Rigs .... and the smaller rigs too

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Our dogs playing in builders sandOur dogs playing in builders sand

Iron Ridge Park is on 40 acres

 The caravan park area is approximately 5 acres

The rest of the block is inhabited by various creatures including our dogs, some chickens (no roosters!) guinea fowl, wild wood ducks, Dexter cattle, the odd mob of kangaroos and little Pretty Face wallabies.

Murra and her favourite pastime - restingMurra and her favourite pastime - resting

Guinea fowl keetsGuinea fowl keets

Even this young, baby guinea fowl keets forget what they are supposed to be doing.

When they get bigger they do not look so cute. Unfortunately their brain does not seem to grow either.

They do, however, do a great job of foraging for unwanted bugs and wriggly things.

Guinea fowl in the sunGuinea fowl in the sun

'Palais de Bovine'

We built a shed designed to keep the cows warm & dry if necessary.

They can go inside whenever they please and know where to go if the weather turns bad

Cows in the barnCows in the barn

Britney and LindseyBritney and Lindsey

The chooks give us eggs

and the cows mow the paddocks for us.

Chooks at the houseChooks at the house

There is the functional farm machinery

and then there are the collectibles...

Austin A30 reinventedAustin A30 reinvented

1948 Fordson1948 Fordson