The Daily Telegraph, Saturday August 11, 2012.  

In the days when horses and camels powered travel, one man journeyed into the heart of the nation to help sustain outback living. Reverend John Flynn, along with the Presbyterian church, formed Australian Inland Mission (AIM) — known as a ‘‘mantle of safety’ — to provide medical and communication services to those living in remote areas. Beyond the Furthest Fences: the Australian Inland Mission is a photographic exhibition that explores a vibrant piece of Australian history in a time when people lived in harsh conditions… Read full article. 




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