Stock Route

Some articles on stock route, route, stock routes:

Canning Stock Route - History - Using The Stock Route - Reopening of The Stock Route
... A 1928 Royal Commission into the price of beef in Western Australia led to the re-opening of the stock route ... Natives cannot draw water from the Canning Stock Route wells ... water from the wells without destroying them.—William Snell With these improvements, the route was used on a more regular basis although in total, it would only be used around 20 ...
Barwon Highway - Stock Route
... Australian roads, the Barwon Highway follows a declared stock route ... The road reserve for most stock routes is wider than for other roads (up to 1600 metres) When seen from the air (or in the Satellite view of Google maps) the substantial width ...
Canning Stock Route - Aboriginal Perspective
... The history of the Canning Stock Route has been well documented from the colonial perspective – accounts of European explorers, drovers ... For Aboriginal people, the history of the stock route is therefore part of a much older story ... about by the construction of the stock route, through oral and artistic traditions ...
Aboriginal Perspective - The Canning Stock Route Collection
... material collected by the 60 artists who travelled along the Canning Stock Route on a six-week return to country trip in 2007 as part of the Canning Stock Route ... The Canning Stock Route collection includes over 100 works of art, 120 oral histories, historical research, social and cultural data, artists' biographies, 20,000 ... One of the key aims of the Canning Stock Route Project was the development of a travelling exhibition ...
Canning Stock Route - History - Using The Stock Route - First Droving Runs
... Commercial droving along the stock route began in 1910 ... The first mob of bullocks to attempt to use the stock route set out in January 1911 however the party of three drovers, George Shoesmith, James Thompson ... the his successful drove along the stock route ...

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