The Dingo Fence…

The fence stretches across outback Australia and is approximately 5,600 kilometres in length…

Photographed on Pine View Station located on the New South Wales and South Australian Border.

Photos: Janet & Baz

About us…

We love the colours of the Australian Outback, the red earth touching a blue sky on a faraway horizon; and the fabulous coastline of our sunburnt country, where a golden sandy beach is washed over by a warm turquoise blue sea…

A few years ago we graduated from work and re-entered the classroom of life where an education is guaranteed and all that is needed is an open mind.

Cheers, Baz & Janet

3 thoughts on “The Dingo Fence…

  1. Lavinia Ross September 19, 2020 / 1:47 am

    That is a long fence. We have coyotes here too. Back east, they are crossing with wolves, and the hybrids are exceptionally smart and adaptable.

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  2. cindy knoke September 16, 2020 / 3:32 pm

    How does the fence work? We have a coyote fences, with fencing three feet underground, and 6 inches higher than they can jump or climb. I still find coyotes inside our fences.

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    • XPLORE - Out and About September 17, 2020 / 7:33 am

      Hi Cindy, it is similar, but is one of the largest man made structures in he world. Stretching 5,600 kilometres across parts of Australia. Fencers look after about 60-100 kilometres and patrol regularly to ensure he integrity of the fence. Cheers, Baz


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