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Geeland Adrian in Australia: “It makes no sense to open a camp site here”

Adrian keeps himself updated on his life in Australia every week. At the moment, the Zeeland woman on the other side of the world is mainly involved in her and her husband’s business. Work at the camp is back on the burner. “We have signed a new agreement to build new roads. We are also working on a contract to fight wildfires.”

Every week we talk in the radio section Abroad Zeeland With a former province living in another country. Adrian Werberg from Courtesy moved to Australia in early 2016. A trip was planned, but once in Australia she decided to meet and stay with her current partner. He currently resides at Fraser Range Station in Western Australia, where they have a contract business, a camp with a large ranch and restaurant.

Adrian notices residents in his home state going on vacation in their home state. “That alone is no reason for us to open the camp site. We live entirely on the state border. To get to us, people have to make big lanes. They don’t do that, enough camps along the way.”

Listen again to the conversation with Adrian below:

Adrian says from Australia

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