Rivers and Waterways Wall Art Prints

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Red Dust Snow - Simon Bayliss
Red Dust Snow - Simon Bayliss
Red Dust on Snow tm - Simon Bayliss Professional Photographer My photographic journey started about twenty years ago when I fueled my wanderlust with a motorcycle and photographic journey across Europ...
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Australian Landscape Photography
Australian Landscape Photography
Gerringong Photography South Coast NSW Gerringong is a picture postcard coastal town located on the NSW Southcoast about 1.5 hours south of Sydney. While most of the NSW coastline is being over develo...
Murray River Photography Australian Rivers & Waterways The Murray River, one of our most iconic rivers, at 2,508 km is Australia's longest river and along with the Darling River, are town major waterw...
Albury-Wodonga Commercial Photography - Vie Media (Simon Bayliss)
Albury-Wodonga Commercial Photography - Vie Media (Simon Bayliss)
Photography is an art and like any other creative profession, just having the tools is only a tiny part of what it takes to be a professional. My journey started capturing Wall Art photography in Aust...
The Condamine River - Darling River Tributaries
Darling River Tributaries
Darling River Tributaries - The river system of the Darling consists of over ten tributaries with the Upper Darling River (Barwon-Darling) being a complex waterway made up of many individually named w...
Darling River Run - Map and Guide
Looking for a map/guide for the best way to tour the Darling River? Not sure which side of the river to travel the Darling River Run? Well, look no further as I share with you over a decade's experien...
The Upper Murray River
The Upper Murray River
Murray River Tributaries - The Murray Darling Basin river system consists of several main tributaries with the Upper Murray waterways being sources from Australia's Alpine Region (The Upper Murray Riv...
The Murray River at Tom Groggin Camping Ground
The Murray River at Tom Groggin Camping Ground
Back in the day, I was enthused by the new highway and less so with the old road that seemed to pass through every town along the way and did little more than slow my progress getting from A to B; fun...
The Murray River at Tom Groggin Station
The Murray River at Tom Groggin Station
" There was movement at the station, for the word had passed around... " So starts the iconic Australian poem by Banjo Paterson about a man from the Snowy River who became a legend after he recaptured...
The Gulpa Creek at Mathoura, along the Timber Cutters Run, Murray River, NSW
The Gulpa Creek at Mathoura, along the Timber Cutters Run, Murray River, NSW
Welcome to the Timber Cutter's Run tm , a unique touring route along ancient waterways and through ethereal forests. This driving route is not just another tourism hidden gem, but the real deal. It re...
Simon Bayliss Touring the lower Murray River, South Australia.
Simon Bayliss Touring the lower Murray River, South Australia.
Lower Murray River Tour - There are ways to drive from Wentworth to Adelaide, or vice versa, but a trip along the lower Murray River would have the most beautiful ways to go. Add to that, adding somet...
Darling River Run - Map and Guide
Welcome to the Timber Cutter's Run tm , a unique touring route along ancient waterways and through ethereal forests. This driving route is not just another tourism hidden gem, but the real deal. It re...
The view from the Packsaddle Lookout, Outback NSW, Australia
The view from the Packsaddle Lookout, Outback NSW, Australia
Connecting the Murray-Darling Basin to the Lake Eyre Basin, learn about our outback water systems...
A car driving along the Darling River Run, Outback New South Wales, Australia
The Darling River Run, Camping at Bourke. Outback New South Wales, Australia
The Best Route, from experience, for touring the Darling River, Far West NSW, Australia
The Darling River Run, Camping at Bourke. Outback New South Wales, Australia
The Darling River Run, Camping at Bourke. Outback New South Wales, Australia
The Darling River is Australia's most iconic river. When combined with its longest tributaries, it creates Australia's longest waterway stretching from Queensland's Darling Downs across Outback NSW to...
Drive the Darling River from its source in the Darling Downs to the sea, Lake Alexandrina, South Australia
Drive the Darling River from its source in the Darling Downs to the sea, Lake Alexandrina, South Australia
Drive Brisbane Adelaide - Darling River Source to Sea. The Darling River from Source to Sea touring route from Brisbane to Adelaide incorporates the longest tributary of the Darling River, the Darling...
Darling River Run - Map and Guide
Welcome to the Watershed Loop tm , touring guide! The Watershed Loop tm is a unique touring route connecting the Darling River Run with Sturt's Touring route from Broken Hill to Cameron Corner. With B...
Darling River Map, Outback NSW, Australia
Interactive Map of the Darling River Map, Outback NSW, Australia
A map of the Darling River can help understand its part in the larger Murray-Darling Basin, from the Geography of southeast Australia to the tributaries that flow into the Darling River. It also provi...
Wentworth, Outback NSW
The Murray River meets the Darling River at Wentworth, Outback NSW
Wentworth, NSW, a place that, in 1844, was described as "Magnificent trees droop like willows to the water's edge with evening's mildest radiance in their foliage, throwing a soft haze over the distan...
The most iconic of Outback NSW Towns
Unique Lightning Ridge
We all love the unique things about Australia and while many would argue there are many unique places around the world, we take particular pride in our special outback places, journeys and experiences...
Menindee
Magnificent sunset colors at Copi Hollow, Menindee Lakes
Menindee and the wonderful Menindee Lakes is a beautiful central Darling River destination where you can experience the best of what the Darling River Run touring route can offer. An iconic Darling Ri...
Louth, Outback NSW
The Celtic Cross at Louth tells a poignant story from pioneering days.
Louth, NSW, the iconic Darling River town between Bourke and Tilpa. Visit Louth and connect with famous Australian poet Henry Lawson lived and worked for a period in and around Louth and referred to i...
Bourke Sign
Henry Lawson Quote at the Back O Bourke centre. Outback NSW
Bourke, a legendary Darling River town, was once referenced by Australian poet Henry Lawson when he wrote, "if you know Bourke, you know Australia" (1882). Anyone who ventures to the iconic Back O Bou...
Brewarinna, Outback NSW
The ancient fish-traps at ‘Bre’ are a ‘must-see’ in Outback NSW
Brewarrina provides a wonderful insight into the Darling River's significance to First Nation history and vibrant living culture. Near the centre of town are the Fish Traps, an ancient arrangement of...
Pooncarie
Pooncarie on the Darling River is a great base to explore Outback NSW
Pooncarie is a beautiful destination that connects visitors with famous explorers Bourke and Wills who reached the Darling River in September 1860 on the way to their ill-fated expedition to the Gulf...
Twin Rivers of Walgett where the Barwon and Namoi rivers meet!
Where the tow rivers meet....
Walgett, NSW, is a town that likes to describe itself as 'The Gateway to the Opal Fields' because it is an ideal place to stay before heading off to the opal mining town of Lightning Ridge (76 km away...
Wilcannia, Outback NSW
Old world Architecture in sandstone at Wilcannia
Wilcannia, the Darling River town on the Barrier Highway between Cobar and Broken Hill, is a largely undisturbed port on the Darling River. Cross the bridge driving from Sydney to Broken Hill and turn...
Tilpa
Few pubs more icon than the Tilpa Hotel on the Darling.
Tilpa, NSW, located on the western bank of the Darling River, is a must for a stopover while on the Darling River Run, whether you have a few hours or a few days for camping and fishing on the Darling...
Australian Explorers
Australian Explorers
We can only imagine how it was done during the early 1800s... horses and drays, camels and having to carry all supplies for survival, in many cases for over a year; the area was also unexplored and tr...
On the 19th of October 1860, members of the Victorian Exploring Expedition (Burke and Wills Expedition) left Menindee on the Darling River for the second stage of their charge across the country, Coopers Creek.
Their names are synonymous with outback exploration
On the 19th of October 1860, members of the Victorian Exploring Expedition (Burke and Wills Expedition) left Menindee on the Darling River for the second stage of their charge across the country, Coop...
Safe Outback Travel, Simon Bayliss
Safe Outback Travel, Simon Bayliss
Safe outback travel is about common sense and potential dangers come from the hot & dry summers and distances between towns & services. The Outback is easily accessible and a safe place to travel. Lik...
When Charles Sturt and the men of the Central Australian Expedition left Adelaide in August 1844 they would have had no idea of the unbearable difficulties that lay ahead of them.
One of our greatest explorers
When Charles Sturt and the men of the Central Australian Expedition left Adelaide in August 1844 they would have had no idea of the unbearable difficulties that lay ahead of them. Once they left the r...
We, all people of on earth, live in a world of the physical, spiritual, and human, but these paradigms are far more steeped and recognized in Aboriginal culture then they are for many non-indigenous Australians.
Indigenous Spirituality, truly amazing!
We, all people of on earth, live in a world of the physical, spiritual, and human, but these paradigms are far more steeped and recognized in Aboriginal culture then they are for many non-indigenous A...
Early European naivety, which also permeates through to modern perceptions, viewed Indigenous Australians as one people. Aboriginal culture in Australia is no more  homogenous than European Australia, but is a diverse and interlaced association of many different cultures that, along with Torres Strait Islander peoples, make up the fabric that we refer to today as Indigenous Australia.
A rich and vibrant history & living culture
Early European naivety, which also permeates through to modern perceptions, viewed Indigenous Australians as one people. Aboriginal culture in Australia is no more homogenous than European Australia b...
Darling River Water Levels, Outback NSW
Darling River Water Levels
Heading out to the Darling River and wanting to know what the river is going to be like? The following links will help. Remember though, regardless of the water level of the Darling River, there is al...
Darling River Run Road Conditions
Darling River Run Road Conditions
Darling River Run Road Conditions - The region of the Darling River is easily accessible and a safe place to travel. Like any journey, correct planning, preparation and common sense will ensure a memo...
Darling River Camping
Darling River Camping
The are many great places to stay along the Darling River and throughout Outback NSW touring routes… from 5-Star B&B’s and assorted Farmstays, but for those who like to camp under the stars, here is a...
Darling River Run Best time. Touring Outback Australia to visit Outback NSW
Darling River Run Best time. Touring Outback Australia to visit Outback NSW
Outback NSW and the Darling River can experience very hot summers and cold winters, so when to go is really what you are into. Doing the Darling River Run in summer is what some people prefer, as ther...
Darling River Run Accommodation
As for accommodation, there is everything from 5-Star lodges, luxurious and budget farm stays, iconic pubs, and river RV sites, and camping in a National Park or one of the many iconic farms along the...
Remote and majestic landscapes greet the visitor and provides three great road tours though the park to encounter pastoral history and natural history. It is remote, but sometimes the best things are.
Sturt NP
Remote and majestic landscapes greet the visitor and provides three great road tours through the park to encounter pastoral history and natural history. It is remote, but sometimes the best things are...
One of the newer National Parks of Outback NSW, Paroo-Darling is a vast area covering the Paroo River and central Darling region near Wilcannia. Split into two, the northern section of located east of White Cliffs about 100km north of Wilcannia.
Paroo-Darling NP
Paroo-Darling National Park has a rich history with many experiences for the visitor including kayaking, canoeing, fishing and picnicking. At Paroo-Darling National Park, you’ll find the Paroo Overflo...
With the historically significant and culturally emotive historic site (guided access only) this park is large and well worth the drive north from Broken Hill. Majestic landscapes and excellent interpretive features,
Mutawintji NP
With the historically significant and culturally emotive historic site (guided access only) this park is large and well worth the drive north from Broken Hill. Majestic landscapes and excellent interp...
One of the newer National Parks of Outback NSW, Paroo-Darling is a vast area covering the Paroo River and central Darling region near Wilcannia. Split into two, the northern section of located east of White Cliffs about 100km north of Wilcannia.
Paroo-Darling NP
One of the newer National Parks of Outback NSW, Paroo-Darling is a vast area covering the Paroo River and central Darling region near Wilcannia. Split into two, the northern section of located east of...
Located in the central Darling about 1 hour south east of Broken Hill, Kinchega National Park provides wonder access to the Darling River for river camping and fishing. Rich in indigenous and pastoral history, Kinchega is bounded by the Darling River upstream from Menindee Lakes.
Kinchaga NP
Located in the central Darling about 1 hour south-east of Broken Hill, Kinchega National Park provides wonder access to the Darling River for river camping and fishing. Rich in indigenous and pastoral...
Located about 30 mins south of Bourke, Gundabooka National park is a special place for the Ngemba and Barkinji people of the area and a visit to the Mulgowan (Yapa) Art Site it is easy to see why it is such a sacred place. The trees and water near the site add to its appeal to visitors.
Gundabooka NP
Located about 30 mins south of Bourke, Gundabooka National park is a special place for the Ngemba and Barkinji people of the area and a visit to the Mulgowan (Yapa) Art Site it is easy to see why it i...
Culgoa National Park in the state's north on the NSW\Queensland border to the north east of Bourke maybe small but no less significant than the larger and more recognised National Parks, especially in light of Indigenous and European history.
A romote park in the north that provides a real outback experience.
Culgoa National Park in the state's north on the NSW\Queensland border to the north east of Bourke maybe small but no less significant than the larger and more recognised National Parks, especially in...
Ethereal experience at Mungo National Park, Outback NSW
Lake Mungo
Lake Mungo Nationa Park is, in theory, nothing more than the remnants of an ancient lake (completely dry and with ancient sand dunes running twenty plus kilometres along one side) in the middle of the...
Driving from Melbourne to Broken Hill
Going through the Barmah Forest, on the Murray River, while driving from Melbourne to Broken Hill, Australia
Driving from Melbourne to Broken Hill can be a one-day highway drive or a 2-3 day adventure tour taking in some iconic places along the way that enhances the experience of visiting Broken Hill and Out...
Driving from Brisbane to Broken Hill
Scenics of the Great Dividing Range while Driving from Brisbane to Broken Hill
Driving from Brisbane to Broken Hill offers many touring route options with two distinct adventures available. The first option is via the Corner Country where the three states meet, or by following t...
Driving from Sydney to Broken Hill
Going into Wollondilly Valley while Driving from Sydney to Broken Hill
Driving from Sydney to Broken Hill can be a one-day highway drive or a 2-3 day adventure tour taking in some iconic places along the way that enhances the experience of visiting Broken Hill and Outbac...
Drive Adelaide to Broken Hill, Outback NSW, Australia
Drive Adelaide to Broken Hill, Outback NSW, Australia
Adelaide is very lucky to be in such close proximity to the Silver City, but there are still a couple of adventure routes from the South Australian capital. Broken Hill, in the far west of New South W...
Driving from Bourke to Tibooburra, Corner Country Australia
Driving from Bourke to Tibooburra, Corner Country Australia
The largest side-trip (loop) off the Darling River Run takes in the western-most part of outback New South Wales, the Corner Country. The adventure route links Bourke on the Darling River with Tiboobu...
Iconic Tibooburra, there it is in the far north-western corner (Corner Country) of New South Wales, and while it may be isolated to some, it is the true outback and the stuff of legends, explorers and country hospitality.
Driving to Tibooburra
Iconic Tibooburra, there it is in the far north-western corner (Corner Country) of New South Wales, and while it may be isolated to some, it is the true outback and the stuff of legends, explorers and...
Driving the Silver City Highway between Broken Hill and Tibooburra, Corner Country
Driving the Silver City Highway between Broken Hill and Tibooburra, Corner Country
The massive Sturt National Park spans the dunes of the Strzelecki Desert across the ancient mesas of the Grey Range and Mt King (The Jump-Ups) and to the Gibber plains, gorges and hills of Mount Wood....
The majestic & Iconic Outback
Corner Country
Having travelled often throughout the Outback NSW region over the last decade or so, I tend to like the ‘road less travelled’. While adventure touring routes may take longer, it is more about the jour...
Driving to Cameron Corner from Melbourne via Menindee Lakes, Outback NSW
Driving to Cameron Corner from Melbourne via Menindee Lakes, Outback NSW
The Corner Country, just the name conjures up images of the iconic nature of outback Australia and Cameron Corner, the point at which three States meet is the pinnacle of outback adventures. Driving t...
Driving from Brisbane to Cameron Corner via the Condamine River, Queensland, Australia
Driving from Brisbane to Cameron Corner via the Condamine River, Queensland, Australia
Driving from Brisbane to Cameron Corner offers many touring route options. The main one is a direct drive west, then south across the NSW/QLD border, while the second touring route to Cameron Corner i...
Driving to the Corner Country, Outback NSW
Driving to the Corner Country, Outback NSW
Overlanding from the Murrumbidgee River to the Darling River and into the Corner Country, Far West NSW, Australia
Visitors are welcome at the Tibooburra Aboriginal Reserve Camping Ground, located one kilometre from the end of Burgess Street, Tibooburra.
Tibooburra Aboriginal Reserve
Visitors are welcome at the Tibooburra Aboriginal Reserve Camping Ground, located one kilometre from the end of Burgess Street, Tibooburra. Call into the Land Council office in Briscoe Street, Tiboobu...
Leaving Broken Hill head out to historic Silverton to take in the many attractions. Enjoy lunch at one of several business houses before taking the road northwards across the Mundi Mundi Plain, heading for an over night stay at Pine View adjacent to the Wild Dog Fence.
Silverton to Corner -via the Dog Fence
Leaving Broken Hill head out to historic Silverton to take in the many attractions. Enjoy lunch at one of several business houses before taking the road northwards across the Mundi Mundi Plain, headin...
Map of Sturt's Route - Drive Broken Hill to Cameron Corner, Outback NSW, Australia follows a route that approximates that taken by Captain Charles Sturt during his 1844-45 inland expedition.
Map of Sturt's Route - Drive Broken Hill to Cameron Corner, Outback NSW, Australia follows a route that approximates that taken by Captain Charles Sturt during his 1844-45 inland expedition.
Sturt's Touring Route, Drive Broken Hill to Cameron Corner, Outback Australia. Around forty years ago, I saw a video by Broken Hill identity Jack Absolom present what he referred to as 'In the Steps o...
Driving to Cameron Corner from Broken Hill via Packsaddle Roadhouse, Corner Country, Outback Australua
Driving to Cameron Corner from Broken Hill via the (almost totally sealed) Silver City Highway is the only real option after rain and during floods. Despite many people thinking a muddy road is access...
Driving to Cameron Corner, Outback NSW, Australia
Driving to Cameron Corner, Outback NSW, Australia
Cameron Corner Outback NSW, Australia Fewer places in outback Australia are more iconic than Cameron Corner, and the region that radiates out from Cameron Corner is known as the Corner Country (An are...
There is something impossibly romantic about Tibooburra; there it is in the far north-western corner (Corner Country) of New South Wales. Tibooburra is 335 km north of Broken Hill, 1504 km north-west of Sydney, 900 km from Adelaide.
Tibooburra
There is something impossibly romantic about Tibooburra; there it is in the far north-western corner (Corner Country) of New South Wales. Tibooburra is 335 km north of Broken Hill, 1504 km north-west...
Louth Races 2016
Down the home stretch of the 2016 Louth Races
There are many great race meetings held around the country and a few are as iconic as the Louth Races held annually in early August. The tiny town on the Darling River about 100km downstream from Bour...
White Cliffs, Outback NSW
Opal Miners’ welcome to White Cliffs
White Cliffs is a truly unique outback experience. Like silence? Tired of the bright lights and noises of the city and want a really quiet night's sleep under a million brilliant stars? White Cliffs h...
The most iconic of Outback NSW Towns
Unique Lightning Ridge
We all love the unique things about Australia and while many would argue there are many unique places around the world, we take particular pride in our special outback places, journeys and experiences...
Milparinka Corner Country Outback NSW
Milparinka Corner Country Outback NSW
How outback do you want to go? You drive 296 km north of Broken Hill, 39 km south of Tibooburra and 1,465 km from Sydney to a small turnoff from the Silver City Highway. All around the red dusty soils...
About mid way along the Silver City Highway between Broken Hill and Tibooburra is the area known as Packsaddle, named after the gum lined creek which crosses the highway a short distance to the north of the Packsaddle Roadhouse.
Packsaddle
About midway along the Silver City Highway between Broken Hill and Tibooburra is the area known as Packsaddle, named after the gum lined creek which crosses the highway a short distance to the north o...
On the banks on the Paroo River, 240 kilometres to the east of Tibooburra, and 195 kilometres north west of the Darling River township of Bourke, is the village of Wanaaring. Established in the 1880's, the town provided services to the large sheep properties of the time.
Wanaaring
On the banks on the Paroo River, 240 kilometres to the east of Tibooburra, and 195 kilometres north-west of the Darling River township of Bourke, is the village of Wanaaring. Established in the 1880s,...
SIlverton, Outback NSW
Silverton Pub, an icon for Outback Travellers.
While not actually on the Darling River, Silverton is one destination that should be included when travelling the Darling River Run! F ew outback localities are as iconic and attract visitors from far...

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