The Perth To Sydney Thank You Camel Expedition Route

The Perth To Sydney Thank You Camel Expedition Route
Trans-continental Camel Expedition Route

Thank You Camel Expeditions, Australia

Thank You Camel Expeditions, Australia
Russell Osborne and his expedition camels

Desert Crossing

Desert Crossing
Gravity Lake, Canning Stock Route

About Russell Osborne

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For ten years I had been planning a transcontinent expedition as a fundraiser for the Children First Foundation. My wife and I left Katherine April 2008 and arrived in Melbourne on the 22/11/09, walking over 6500 Km in total, taking in some of the harshest and remote areas of the planet. Currently, I am organising another Transcontinental Camel Expedition from Perth to Sydney, again for Moira Kelly's Children First Foundation. I work as a keynote Speaker, Ambassador for the Children First Foundation and operate Camel Safaris in South Australia on Beltana Station.

Perth to Sydney Thank You Camel Expedition Aims and Objectives

The Perth to Sydney Thank You Camel Expedition will leave Perth early 2013 to travel across the Nullabor, through the deserts of Western Australia and South Australia, across New South Wales and enter Sydney on the 22/12/2013, (Trishna and Krishna's Birthday), in support of Moira Kelly's Children First Foundation.

The camel trek will:

Take approximately ten months to complete

Cover approximately 4200kms.

Trek through some of Australia's remotest deserts.

Cross the Australian continent from the west coast to the east


Help some children with critical illnesses.

Involve corporations and Individuals in a fund-raising expedition.

Create awareness of the work done by the Children First Foundation.

Raise funds along the journey to assist a child in desperate medical need through the Children First Foundation.

Celebrate Trishna and Krishna's birthday (22/12/2013) and the birthday's of all children in need of life saving and life changing medical assistance.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Camel Tours, Flinders Ranges, historic find.

One of the joys of  camel trekking is that you can get to places where not even the latest and greatest of 4x4 can go.
Recently, as I was traversing across the country on Beltana Station, I came across an old boiler and pumping station. It's history is unknown but I will endeavour to find out more.

To see the blog of my find;
As I start to prepare for the Perth to Sydney Thank You Camel Expedition, my mind often wanders off to some of the things of historical value I know I will see along the way. It will take two years to plan the expedition, but in the end, it's all worth it.
Next year, I will be trekking on Beltana Station , Flinders Ranges with the :
Beltana Camel Safaris and Expeditions. Camel Safaris on Historical Beltana Station. It will keep the camels in trekking mode and me fit as customers discover this incredible region of the Flinders Ranges with me.
For more details:

I hope to see many of you there.
Cheers for now,

Russell Osborne

Transcontinental Camel Expeditioner
Ambassador, Children First Foundation

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