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Just as photographed as the Opera House, just not as fancy.
Can't get a more convenient parking spot than this.
You've got to love it when the runways are twice the length of the town.
Hop up early for the sunrise over the billabong at the end of the main street.
It's so worth it.
Take a pal and do some yoga on the pontoon. Dare ya.
Take a tour out to see Big Red at sunset - there's champagne involved. You'll love it.
Big Red at sunset turns Judy and Pip into dancers. Sort of. They're better at being pilots.
The locals get creative when national equine flu hits the Birdsville Races years ago.
If you like it quiet ... avoid race weekend.
Morning peak hour in Birdsville
Afternoon peak hour
Aint that the truth.
In ya come. The locals don't bite.
There's always plenty to read through the bottom of your glass.
Sorry, but you gotta laugh ...
The public bar breathes through the calm before the storm.
Inside and out. It's six deep. Elbows in training during race weekend.
Only place to be on the first weekend in September ...
Sleeping under the wing. It's a Birdsville thing. (Pic R Noonan)
And just sometimes ... it's wet.
And yes, if you’re going into withdrawals, you can do coffee at Birdsville.
It's race weekend ... don't ask.
Fred Brophy cranking up some business out the front of his famous boxing troupe
Do their mothers know they're out here?
Always good to be able to keep an eye on your plane from the bar, I always say.
Even the cleaning lady's happy to be here!
A 40th birthday party with a difference. An air safari from Melbourne descends on Birdsville on race weekend.
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