O B Orioles

Subject: O B Orioles
From: knightl <>
Date: Tue, 10 Aug 2004 21:20:39 +1000
Well, at 145E you could also say "far west"

Yes, there are lots of ironies, like in SA, where they think Port
Augusta is in the "far north". The real irony in Qld is the way people refer to Gladstone-Mackay as "central Qld".

Laurie in SEQ.

On Tuesday, August 10, 2004, at 05:56  PM, Alan Gillanders wrote:

Janet wrote, "just South of Alstonville (far N Coast)." and   "Koala in the usual Gum tree"
You must be standing a long way south for anywhere there are Koalas to look like the far north.
Regards from Alan who also lives in a place erroneously referred to as the 'far north' (Yungaburra, 145* 33' 25"E  17* 16' 40"S) as this is a
long way south of even Cape York.

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