Nearly two weeks ago I had the privilege of spending a couple of days at a small property (3,000 acres!) called Currawa, just south of Bourke, NSW. An Aboriginal education centre is in the process of being established there by the church I am with. I had the opportunity of taking a few pics – these are the first of them. There are more to follow. The country is totally different to where I live at the moment. Wide open, sticky black soil and dry (though hemmed in by the Coolabah and other trees) compared to hilly, red volcanic soil and rain; the clouds, the fencing, the river, it all speaks to you. The Bogan River (about 590 km long before flowing into the Darling) bends around the edge of Currawa and provides the needed water to man, beast and the promise of crops. The Kamilaroi Highway (feature photo) offers the most direct route from the Great Divide near Tamworth to Bourke on the edge of the Outback. Currawa is south of Brewarrina, just before you get to Bourke. The highway is named after the Kamilaroi Indigenous Australian people who live in the area. Again, I hope you enjoy these few captured shots, feeble though they be, and, as per usual, your feedback is valued.