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Touring Routes & Adventures
Murray-Darling Basin | Cameron Corner
From the dusty red plains of Cameron Corner across the Darling River catchment, part of the Murray-Darling Basin, and through the upper Murray River to the Australian Alpine Area, Red Dust Snowtm provides aspirational touring guides based on my experiences of these unique regions of Australia.
Through over a decade of photography and content creation across the Murray-Darling (and beyond), my passion has taught me touring should never be limited by a conceptual tourism boundary nor commercial sensitivities.
My latest touring route, the Watershed Loop, links the Darling River catchment to the Lake Frome catchment (part of the Lake Eyre Basin) and experiencing two of our most iconic water catchment regions.
Neither Red Dust Snow or I am backed/funded by any regional or state tourism authority and a free in what/how I present the best, unique, touring experiences across the region.
Red Dust Snowtm touring routes focus on the physical landscape while the mode of transport is less crucial. Whether your preference is two-wheels, four-wheels, 4WD, RV, SUV, or Yak... it is not what is most important to Red Dust Snow or our partners. What is important is that you get out and experience this incredible region of Australia!
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I hope you enjoy these experiences!
"Don't look at what is, ask 'why', look at what isn't, and ask 'why not'."