The first leg of the trip was from home to Shooting Buddy's place in Carnamah. As this is a 3.5hr drive we stayed overnight there before heading to the property which is East of Paynes Find - see "A" on the map.
Here's some photos:
In addition to the animals there were lots of lizards -
The scenery during the day was spectacular and at night the sunsets were also fantastic -
Although it wasn't wildflower season there were a few flowers around, this one was my favourite
This is a well -
We self-catered and the food was good :) Here's breakfast day 1:
We didn't end up doing much hunting - but we got four rabbits that I'm looking forward to eating!
All in all a GREAT holiday and the place we stayed (Narndee Station) is highly recommended. The station managers (John & Judy) are lovely, generous people and we had a great time with them.
One of the most amazing things about the trip is that between the time we left Paynes Find (Friday lunchtime) until we returned there (Monday mid-afternoon) we did not see another vehicle on the roads. We must have traveled over 500kms between these two events and there was not another vehicle at all. That was a bit of an eye-opener to the remoteness of the place.
Oh, and if you're looking for a good feed, you can't go past the Steak Burger at the Paynes Find roadhouse.