Sunset on the Burdekin River

Sunset on the Burdekin River


Sunset on the Burdekin River

What a great way to end the day with a stroll down to the river to watch the sunset.



Categories: australian travel, camping australia, photos, sunsets | Tags: , , , , | 12 Comments

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12 thoughts on “Sunset on the Burdekin River

  1. Stunning, I adore photos of sunsets more than anything else, thanks for sharing them! 🙂


  2. getsetandgo

    Love the colors of the subset. Beautiful


  3. Haven’t seen sunsets so gorgeous since leaving Florida a bazillion years ago!


  4. Wow – makes everything worthwhile doesn’t it?


  5. wow!! absolutely incredible ! wish I took those : )) wow..


  6. Jackie

    Awesome ….


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