Western NSW Outback

Mungo National Park

The Walls of China

The Walls of China

The Walls of China

The Walls of China

Mungo sand dunes

Mungo sand dunes

Mungo sand dunes

Mungo sand dunes

Mungo sand dunes

Mungo sand dunes

Black-shouldered kite

Black-shouldered kite

Low sun

Low sun

Wentworth, NSW

Wentworth is a small border town in the far south west of New South Wales. The town’s claim to fame is that it lies at the confluence of Australia’s two most important rivers, the Darling and the Murray. It is also the best place I know to see Water rats, though they proved to be very difficult to photograph.

The meeting point of Murray and Darling rivers

The meeting point of Murray and Darling rivers

Darling river

Darling river

Water rat

Water rat

Water rat's feeding site

Water rat’s feeding site

Etiwanda wetlands

Rufus night herron

Rufus night herron

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