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Border rivers

Follow three waterways that meet on the Queensland–New South Wales border.

Story By Mandy McKeesick

The 400 kilometres of waterways between Mingoola and Mungindi are best savoured slowly, with frequent stops to wet a line, paddle a canoe and discover the secrets of the Dumaresq, Macintyre and Barwon rivers. These three form part of the border between Queensland and New South Wales. The region is agriculturally wealthy, ecologically diverse and gilded with Dreamtime stories; and is increasingly popular with travellers who camp along the river’s edge.

This story excerpt is from Issue #103

Outback Magazine: Oct/Nov 2015

2017-02-16T11:04:30+00:00September 24th, 2015|Categories: Outdoors, Stories|Tags: |
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