Waite River Station – NT

I am in bus like Christopher McCandless in the movie into the wild. It is my room for the next few days. I am in the middle of nowhere, at the Coppock’s property, the family who hosts me at the Waite River Station. It is a cattle station, a little one covering 1500 hectares (3700 acres) with 1500 cattle, 300 camels, several goats and few hens; lost in the big nothingness of the Australian outback, the red center, 220km North-East of Alice Springs.

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