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Aerial Survey, 17th October 2014

Friday 17/10/14 – Richard Kingsford

The home leg. This was our easiest day, mopping up on ‘bits’ of survey band 4 which runs from south of Broken Hill at Menindee Lakes, through to Myall Lakes on the coast. The western part of Band 4 will be done in a couple of weeks by another survey team. Today, we ‘finished off’ the eastern section from the Macquarie River through to the Hunter River.

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