RE: RFI: Bowra through to Corner Country

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Subject: RE: RFI: Bowra through to Corner Country
From: "Plaxy BARRATT" <>
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2010 18:26:29 +1000
Hi Chris

I will be in the field in the Cunnamulla - Thargomindah - Hungerford
region for the next two weeks and have been informed by Mark Handley
(Ranger in Charge) that there is still a great deal of water about this
area. In case you were planning any side trips, access to Lake Numalla
(Currawinya N.P) is restricted as the lake is draining over the road,
and Parks are keen to reduce disturbance to pelican breeding areas. Also
the tracks around Lake Bindegolly are closed and will probably remain so
until summer, but as you may know the highway runs directly past the
lake so you can still access the area on foot.

Best of luck!

Plaxy Barratt
Toowoomba, Qld


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Date: Sat, 19 Jun 2010 11:42:13 +1000
From: Chris Ross <>
Subject: RFI: Bowra through to Corner Country
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Hi all,  I an heading off in about 2 weeks to visit Bowra  and try for
Grey grasswren at Cooper Crossing or perhaps at Noccundra before heading

down to Sturt NP and down through Mutawintji before coming back home.
Appreciate any tip from anyone who has been out that way recently.  I've

checked road conditions and all roads through that corner of Qld are
listed as open through to Innamincka, but the road from Innamincka to
Cameron Corner is shown as closed.  I was considering going to try for
Eyrean grasswren (2 dunes back from the yellow bus) on the road from
Cameron Corner to Merty merty, but that road currently appears to be
closed. Appreciate any tips or sightings people have had out that way.


Chris Ross

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