The Perricoota forest is a state-owned piece of land on the NSW side of the Murray River. We hooked up the campervan and started heading through the forest with eyes set for a place to camp, away from the thistles and with a spot to land the boat. It was about 2pm and the sun at it’s most severe, as we stood on the bank looking down to the slow current of the magnificent fresh water beast below. There was good access for the boat, and a clear landing to park the van, not a great deal of shade, but enough decent trees for us to put up a tarpaulin if it got brutal. It got brutal pretty soon in.
These photos were taken over the Australia Day long weekend as me and a mate fanged around the Australian bush looking for fights with the local flies.