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Backpacking in New South Wales

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Published on May 7, 2012

Thousands of years before backpackers created the Hippie Trail, Indigenous Australians used to go 'walkabout' around what is now New South Wales. In colonial times life on the road was taken up a notch, when prospectors, shearers and stockman travelled with lightweight bedrolls called swags.

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