The incredible survival story of an outback adventurer who fell into hot springs on the Birdsville track. He says he owes his life to a mate who plucked him out – and the @RoyalFlyingDoc Service. Download the @7plus app: https://t.co/eGmDZDvpGm @JessAdamson7 #7News pic.twitter.com/oJFwATbFzH — 7 News Adelaide (@7NewsAdelaide) May 27, 2018
Category Archives: outback
Submit a Flying Doctor Story!
The #FlyingDoc and the @CWAofAare putting together a story book of #darngoodyarns Do you have a Flying Doctor story to share? Submit them here: https://t.co/70bJASj8QY pic.twitter.com/MPUO6MSn6H — Royal Flying Doctor (@RoyalFlyingDoc) April 13, 2018
Never alone : Gayle Woodford’s legacy to remote area nurses
Never alone: Gayle Woodford's legacy to remote area nurses @CRANAplus @RuralDoctorsAus https://t.co/pIDZBPH4Td — ACRRM (@ACRRM) March 5, 2018
Trauma in Outback
Fascinating read of a major trauma in outback…If you get hurt, dont ignore it. If living remotely, have a medical plan incase you get hurt… https://t.co/zzV93Z2FEr — 💦🎵Crickets….🎵💦 (@LoveNotGreed) February 25, 2018
Super Blood Moon over the Outback!
Late to the party because nights and actual work, but herewith some photos of our chariot under the triple threat moon 🌓 #SuperBlueBloodMoon #supermoon #rfds @RoyalFlyingDoc pic.twitter.com/4Z75JULqDl — Michelle Hannan (@wilgamed) February 2, 2018
A new career in the sky and Outback in 2018? Why not?
Keen to start 2018 with a new career? Check out all of the #RFDS jobs currently available here https://t.co/VQFBM3NBgU pic.twitter.com/uGAEz1cCq7 — Royal Flying Doctor (@RoyalFlyingDoc) January 2, 2018
RFDS Frequent Flyer!
Well, here we are again my friends. Back at the Hyatt Regency Isa Base Hospital. Oh how we seem to love this resort. Like last time (remember when Clancy was sick – you can read about that trip here) our private jet (aka: RFDS plane) came to get us. Captain Darryl was flying and… via RFDSContinue reading “RFDS Frequent Flyer!”
Outback morning glory!
Morning Glory coming in to Burketown clinic this morning @RoyalFlyingDoc #outback pic.twitter.com/tFCuLzDp4D — Michelle Hannan (@wilgamed) August 15, 2017
Visiting the dentist in the Outback
Yesterday I was up and at it early so I could get Clancy and Harry to town for a dental check up. Now, I use the term “town” loosely because it was Camooweal where there is just basically a pub, roadhouse via Dentist Visit – The Outback Way — Miss Chardy
Outback tales from my neck of the woods
Sick kids. It is the pits isn’t it, so scary. I mean, I get worried (and totally freak out) when a jackaroo comes to me with a cut on his eyebrow that needs stitches (may or may not have happened last week) so can you imagine how much it worries me when one of my… viaContinue reading “Outback tales from my neck of the woods”
Well it is the school holidays which means time for another sleepover. Harry has been hatching a plan with his little friend next door for about 2 weeks. They had it all sorted. Now you know that when I say neighbour it isn’t as simple as walking out the front door and 20 metres across… viaContinue reading “Outback sleepover”
Outback cooking – dessert
We have eaten our way through the whole outback cattle station menu and I feel full just thinking about dessert. I must admit I am not a huge lover of cooking dessert. I do like to eat it though and perhaps that is where the problem lies. So what is your go do dessert recipe? Mine…Continue reading “Outback cooking – dessert”
Life on an Outback Cattle station
I was thinking the other day what a very unique way of life we lead up here on an outback cattle station. You see, back in 2001, when I first came up to work in the NT I used to think everyone would love this sort of lifestyle. Why on earth wouldn’t you want to… viaContinue reading “Life on an Outback Cattle station”
Outback aeromedical marathon mission!
Detail on marathon mission. Again most kudos to Jane, remote area RN, with critical patient for >24hr; pt privacy precludes more detail. pic.twitter.com/h9e5u6HvFs — Alan Garner (@GarnAlan) March 11, 2017
Miss chardys guide to station cooking part-6-dinner-20-beef-dishes
Now onto the main event. Dinner. The crew have been hard at it all day long and now they are ready for a good hearty meal. Remember, they are growing boys and girls and need feeding well. Beware, the skinniest little Jackaroo may well be your biggest eater. Not sure what the hell I am… viaContinue reading “Miss chardys guide to station cooking part-6-dinner-20-beef-dishes”