We just completed the the trip from Queensland through to Alice Springs, what scenery through the outback. The first evening in the Barkley tablelands located near the border of Queensland and Northern Territory. Spent some time at the Karlu Karlu / Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve situated 100km south of Tennant Creek worth a look for every traveler. These huge granite boulders are scattered across this wide valley are a magnificent. So look out for us at the Alice Springs Show lots and lots of specials with selected hats down to $10 and some new items including our new Australian made rip stop PVC Bags in some super colours
Back into Queensland for 3 months, just love the rural country and the great people. At the present we are at the Goondiwindi P & A Society Show and proud to say we just took out the Champion Home Industry Stand. What stands out here is the acres of cotton when you head into town, the sight is magnificence and worth looking at. In the Macintyre Valley up to 80.000ha of irrigated cotton is grown worth over $350 million. There is such a diverse range in the valley from cattle to Wheat cropping with one of the biggest Wheat depot's in the Southern Hemisphere.
Well the new year begins, hoping everyone had a safe and enjoyable Christmas and new year. Tomorrow we head off to Foster in Victoria for the Foster Outdoor Expo, a lovely small town south east of Melbourne with so much to see and do, so any one in the area please call in and say hello we would love to meet you, and while there enjoy the expo lots to see and do both for adults and children.
Well its been a couple of busy weeks for our business, crossing the Nullarbor then very busy having to get ready for the York Peninsula Field Days Cooper Highway Paskeville South Australia. What a great event and worth seeing again in 2 years. While the business was busy doing the field days I got to go back to Victoria for a few days and see the family which was very good, you do miss them when away. But what was lovely when I returned was Maxi our mascot the excitement was very overwhelming for Maxi and I.
Our time has come to leave Western Australia and head across the Nullabor for South Australia on the iconic Eyre Highway. Nullarbor is a Latin word meaning no trees, but it is a unique landscape of bushes, animals from Kangaroos, Emus, Wombats, camels and so much more and where some of our new look 100% Australian made cowhide leather bags get there origin from, that natural rugged look that only Australia has to offer so keep an eye out. Hopefully on the trip we get to see some Southern right Whales at the head of the bight .