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Visit White Cliffs Number one friendly town in the Outback.
NSW Outback tour operator wins two silver awards for New outback travel brand, Out of the Ordinary Outback, has won two silver awards for its tour arm, Tri State Safaris, at the NSW Tourism awards held at Luna Park in Sydney last night (November 24). Tri State run the White Cliffs Underground Motel.
Golf News Sunday
Gooday, hope you are both having fun.
Golf on Sunday was played in near perfect conditions.
Nothing out of the ordinary
We had five participants, yours truly came in first with a net 30 for the front nine. Dick Wagner next with a net 31.
Dick and I had same amount of strokes so there was no fighting except I fell over on the last with a five on the par three, you can imagine the excuses flying around Sunday night at the club. Brad Atkins came in third with his 33 then came Peter Ellery and Kenny Davis with nets 35.
Great morning great fun.
From Royal Flying Doctor Service
'Far West University Centre'
Plans to establish a distance education university facility at Broken Hill in far west New South Wales are progressing, with an aim to have it operational in early 2018.
The 'Far West University Centre' would adopt the Cooma Universities Centre (CUC) model, which allows students to study distance education or online university degrees with the help of local tutorial support.
Mexican bug unleashed on outback cactus
SA COUNTRY HOUR CHERIE VON HÖRCHNER
TUE NOV 08 16:51:10 EST 2016
Invasive weed boxing glove cactus growing well in far west NSW
PHOTO A cactus spread: boxing glove cactus plants found near Tibooburra in far west New South Wales.
SUPPLIED: WESTERN LOCAL LAND SERVICES OFFICER MITCH PLUMBE
Tiny cactus-sucking insects have been let loose on an invasive weed infestation in far west New South Wales.
It is because the cochineal (dactylopius tomentosus), a native of Mexico, loves to gorge on the boxing glove cactus (cylindropuntia fulgida), that authorities have released the microscopic creature near Tibooburra and Stephens Creek north of Broken Hill.
Western Local Land Services senior officer, Mitch Plumbe, said he hoped the bio-control bug would stop the thorny invasive plant spreading further in the region.
"Cactus has been a weed issue out here for a fair while now and we've got a number of different species," he said.
"But boxing glove cactus has never had an insect control that's been specific to that species.
"We've been lucky enough to get hold of a cochineal species recently introduced to Australia and we've introduced it to a few of the cactus populations around the far west." Read More at ABC CLICK HERE
White Cliffs a great place to visit the star's, Super Moon over White Cliffs
November 14th 2016
The Super Moon to the east of White Cliffs tonight November 14th. Picture RexD from top of Smith's Hill you can also see a tree in the foreground.
We are building a White Cliffs News Section in regard to licence's for Underground Homes in White Cliffs.
Update 6th Nov 2016
See Australia through outback livestock stations
SARAH HUDSON, The Weekly Times
IT DOESN’T get more Australian than hitting the road, heading outback and staying on one of our country’s remote farm stations.
And with agritourism becoming a handy side earner for an increasing number of graziers, travellers have a linked route of accommodation choices that can take you from north of the Victorian border through to Queensland, with even more choices out west.
Once you drive over the Murray River, one of the first stations you get to is Lake Paika Station at Balranald. Lake Paika Station is between Yanga and Mungo national parks, with accommodation in the property’s restored original workman’s quarters.
Read More Click Here
Far west NSW named a priority by social services body for extra funding to fight inequality
Far west and western New South Wales have been named as priorities in a report calling for increased government funding to combat poverty and inequality.
The NSW Council of Social Service (NCOSS) has asked the State Government to invest in transport, health and legal services for both regions in its next budget. More Click Here
At The Stubbie House they have specials on the Charms to suit the Charm Bracelets with a free Bracelet or Bangle with every Opal Charm sold.
Southern Cross Opals have great deals on bulk purchases of Sterling Silver Opal Pendants up to 50% off ,great gifts for Christmas, Birthdays or any special occasion.
It Could Only Happen in White Cliffs
The picture depicts the course superintendent who was called to sort out a dispute at the par 4, 6th scrape.
If you have an event on in or around White Cliffs Please email the website
Having coffee at the Underground Motel, Nurse "B", Vicki, Jenny and Carol. Meet Sunday 10am.
Nothing like a White Cliffs Sunset
Visit White Cliffs, the place not to be seen.
(most of it is underground)
White Cliffs the place to visit this year.
Checking out the Sunset Smiths Hill White Cliffs this week, RexD
The membership fees of $20 per person are due on July 1, 2016 for the
2016-2017 financial year.
These can be paid by funds transfer, posted or hand delivered to the secretary or treasurer.
Please note that only financial members can vote at the AGM & general meetings.
For funds transfer (please send a copy to email@example.com):
Account name: White Cliffs Sporting Club Inc.
BSB: 062 513 Account number: 00908232
Reference: Please put your surname here.
The Club thanks you for your continued support and is looking forward to sharing an exciting 2016-17 with you.
Yours sincerely, Randel Claire Greene, Secretary, White Cliffs Sporting Club Inc.
Keep the kids safe on the farm!
Primary Industry Health & Safety Partnership has produced a video, Farm safety for kids, which can be found on the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/RIRDC).
White Cliffs the place not to be seen, a lot of smart people come to White Cliffs not to be seen, they live underground.
White Cliffs has a top air strip to land your plane Talk to the White Cliffs Hotel
White Cliffs Craft Group
Why not come & join the ladies (and One man) as they sew, knit and natters?
10.30am every Friday morning
Red Earth Cafe & Opal
Susan my daughter took this picture from Smith Hill looking east RexD
White Cliffs Opal Mines
from the air
I do not know who took this picture, just found it on the Internet, The West Field White Cliffs New South Wales 80,000 Opal Mining holes.
Always take care around
Opal fossicker dies after falling down mine shaft near Coober Pedy in South Australia
Sun 3 Aug 2014, 12:00pm: A man who went missing while fossicking for opals near the mining town of Coober Pedy has died after falling down a shaft, South Australian police say.
A friend raised the alarm after losing sight of the 41-year-old man while they were fossicking around disused mines yesterday afternoon. A search involving police and emergency services was organised and the man's body was found late last night.
White Cliffs Opal as found in the Earth
Don't forget Indoor Bowls
at the White Cliffs Hall
every Thursday night at 7:30pm
Come along it a good fun night.
The White Cliffs Primary School
P & C is selling bags of sheep poo to raise funds.
$10 bag collect from the school.
What does Wikipedia say about White Cliffs
West Field Opal Mining Area