As it turned out, this was our last bush camp on this trip. Located just off the Tanami Track in the Northern Territory, the Mt Doreen station ruins provides visitors with an interesting place to explore and even bush camp. The station was named after Doreen Braitling, wife of Bill Braitling who ran the station in the 1920s. The homestead was abandoned due to poor water supply. Bill died in 1959. Doreen moved to Alice Springs and built a name for herself being active in the National Trust. Doreen Braitling died in 1979. Made from 6 light frames (captured with a NIKON camera) by Starry Landscape Stacker 1.6.2.
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