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Camping by the Fitzroy River

1 month ago   |   By 10,000 Birds

If you look at this header photo and then the header photo of our first camping trip in 2020 you will notice it is somewhat similar. It is the exact same location, but there is a lot more water flowing down the Fitzroy River this year. Fitzroy Crossing had a very good wet season and the surrounding area that floods into the Fitzroy River means that it is still flowing well. The high tides from the coast are not yet pushing up into the Fitzroy River at Langi Crossing , so it is just fresh water flowing downstream. Over the weekend we did notice a slight drop in river height. Looking at the...
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