Stirling Range Off The Beaten Path

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    The Wheatbelt

    by robertgaz Updated Dec 15, 2008

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    WA's Wheatbelt region is characterised by rolling hills and farmlands which creates a picture of the quintessential Aussie farming country.

    It's not uncommon to stumble across herds of sheep being guided across the road by an ever attentative Blue Heeler sheep dog followed by a farmer on his ATV.

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    Golden Fields

    by robertgaz Updated Dec 15, 2008

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    Canola, also known as Rapeseed, was first grown in WA in 1969 and is now a major winter crop throughout the Wheatbelt.

    Late winter, the bright yellow canola flowers decorate the landscape with their colourful bloom and the Stirling Range makes a dramatic backdrop.

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