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Camping At Durba Springs
Australia

Durba Springs is an Oasis in the desert for travellers of the Canning Stock Route. Once used by cattle drovers while driving cattle South down the stock route to the southern gold fields. It is now used by 4 wheel drivers travelling along the stock route.

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