Port Lincoln Parrot. I know we’ve photographed them before but they are beautiful.
Baby Camel at Stuarts Well Camel Farm. so cute.
Mum and baby camel. Stuarts Well camel farm.
Alice Springs – here we are.
The two Jabirus arrive in Alice Springs.
Alice from the Anzac Hill lookout.
A bilby – in the night enclosure, hence the lighting.
This is a mala, or type of kangaroo. Very cute. At the night enclosure, Alice Springs Desert Park.
A Desert Death Adder – at the Desert Park and fortunately with a screen between it and me.
Pygmy Mulga Goanna – Alice Springs Desert Park. Well camouflaged.
Thorny Devil. Alice Springs Desert Park
The prettiest finches in one of the bird enclosures. Alice Springs Desert Park
I think it’s a bustard. Alice Springs Desert Park.
An owl in the free flying bird show.
Owl – flying bird show. Alice Springs Desert Park
A hawk. A part of the free-flying bird show, Alice Springs Desert Park.
One of the rangers giving an information session on traditional indigenous medicines.
The spiky leaves of this plant called ‘Dead Finish’ are treating a wart on Steve’s finger.
Using the spiky leaves of ‘Dead Finish’ to treat a wart. Traditional bush medicine.
Dingos are beautiful dogs. Alice Springs Desert park
Now that’s what I call a kangaroo. What a beauty! Alice Springs Desert Park.
This was a live map showing the location of every Royal Flying Doctor plane. I’m just a bit concerned about the gap between Alice and Kalgoorlie – that gap is where we head next!
An RFDS plane mock-up at the RFDS display in Alice. Let’s hope we never get to see one used in anger.
Steve, Denise, Ken, Wendy, Bob and Ruth. At Bob and Ruth’s home.