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Job Opportunity at Katherine Outback Experience

By TomAnna | March 21, 2017 | 16 Comments

We are on the hunt for a reliable all-rounder to join our Katherine Outback Experience team! About Us: We are a small family owned and operated Aussie business trying to kick goals and have fun along the way! At our site in Katherine, Northern Territory we operate the following: Katherine Outback Experience: A 90 minute…

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A Fork in the Road (Blog 3 Central Station 2016)

By TomAnna | March 21, 2017 | Comments Off on A Fork in the Road (Blog 3 Central Station 2016)

Looking back on things, it’s crazy how one step in a different direction, away from our comfort zones can open up a whole new world of opportunity. It seems this has occurred more than once for me and has completely realigned my path. In 2002, fresh out of the stock camp, with no real training,…

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A New Era with Katherine Outback Experience (Blog 5 Central Station 2016)

By TomAnna | March 20, 2017 | Comments Off on A New Era with Katherine Outback Experience (Blog 5 Central Station 2016)

Katherine Outback Experience was officially launched in July 2013. The 90 minute show comprises authentic horse-breaking and working dog demonstrations, animal tricks, country music, and bush tales. I don’t want the show to be about me, I want it to celebrate and showcase the Territory, provide a snapshot of station life through the animals, stories…

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When One Door Closes (Blog 4 Central Station 2016)

By TomAnna | March 20, 2017 | Comments Off on When One Door Closes (Blog 4 Central Station 2016)

For the next few years I continued travelling around the country promoting the two albums, ‘Smack Bang!’ and ‘Heatwave’ whilst breaking and training horses between gigs.  It was a great experience, however the extensive travel was taking its toll. With a young family, we decided to put the music aside so we could concentrate on…

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Life in the Stock Camp (Blog 2 Central Station 2016)

By TomAnna | March 20, 2017 | Comments Off on Life in the Stock Camp (Blog 2 Central Station 2016)

In 2000, after three eventful years at the University of Queensland Gatton Campus where I had a hell of time playing rugby and socialising, I finished my Bachelor of Applied Science Animal Studies where I specialised in Beef Cattle, Genetics and Nutrition, handed Mum that flash piece of paper and said I’m off to the…

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