Saturday afternoon, tired and too late to think about where to place the tent, a group of us turned off the dusty road and drove through the gates of Bimblebox […]
The first few days of the camp we stayed at the outstation, where we learnt a bit about Ian and Paola and Karl’s low impact alternative to the usual pastoral […]
(updated June 2013) Bimblebox Art Project The aim of this art project is to highlight the threat to the continuation of the Bimblebox Nature Refuge, to document Bimblebox creatively and […]
Bimblebox Nature Refuge is a peaceful 8000 hectare sanctuary in central-west Queensland. It is composed of remnant semi-arid woodlands with an understorey largely made up of native shrubs, forbs and […]
Look and listen to our installation projects about humans and our relationships to the rest of the natural world.
Introducing the third member of the Alison Clouston & Boyd expedition to Bimblebox, Brownie Brass the Second, a 10 year-old Kelpie, an eye-dog with outstanding credentials in wildlife observation, honed in the Burragorang Valley on our private conservation bushland within the Greater Blue Mountains National Park and World Heritage Area. Departing the coast south of Sydney tomorrow, the expedition will journey through the Great Dividing Range and out across the vulnerable grassy woodlands of the interior of NSW, moving north towards Bimblebox over the week. Brownie Brass, named after the beloved Maori shepherd and shearer, is preparing for the trip by sleeping in the dust and hiding his bones for safe-keeping.
Bimblebox Nature Refuge is approximately 50km north-west of Alpha in central-western Queensland.