Left Tibooburra early for the relatively short drive to Cameron Corner, we wanted to arrive early and set up camp before it got too hot.
The roads today were more red and sandy than the last few days as we headed closer to the Strzlecki Desert.
Today saw us drive through the Sturt National Park and along the dog fence, passing through the dog fence at Cameron Corner.
We arrived at Cameron Corner around 11am (but gained an hour as the store is located in Qld so it was only l0am!).
We arrived and went to the corner store to pay for our camping and have a quick drink at the bar. Camping was $10 per night, with $5 of that going to the Royal Flying Doctors Service.
With the $5, they rolled it up with a tack in it and you have to throw it up for it to stick on the roof! Between our three groups we all had a go at it and only George and Ben managed to get them to stick!
After setting up camp we went for a drive around the property and then took a drive back to Fort Grey campground and had some lunch there, while Mark and Ben and the kids went for a mini bushwalk.
We headed back to Cameron Corner via Queensland side and the Fortville Gate
Today's temperature was 31 degrees at 9.30am today! Daytime temperatures were around the low-mid 40's for most of the day. These temperatures were alot lower than what we were expecting and prepared for. We had been told to expect around 50 degrees at this time of year.
Luckily there was a breeze at night which kept things more comfortable.
After lunch we drove through an area which was completely filled with kangaroos and lots of babies aswell. Some of these guys were huge and although we have seen so many kangaroos the last few days, we haven't seen this many together. When we got back to camp, we were talking to the owners and they said that there is absolutely no water around and most of these poor guys will be dead in the next few months. It's just part of outback life, but very sad nonetheless.