This Side of the Black Stump

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Brown sign of "This Side of the Black Stump" in Blackall. It is used to convey a perceived eastern border in Australia for where civilisation is contained. The Black Stump monument in Blackall has the brown tourist sign to define the location of the border.

This Side of the Black Stump is used to convey an perceived eastern border in Australia for where civilisation is contained. To go further is to be Beyond the Black Stump Brown Sign link, and into the remote outback of Australia.

The origin of the expression, and the Black Stump Brown Sign link itself, is contested for a few towns. As we known, brown signs lead us to destinations both known and unknown. If you have been unsure, this brown sign can set you in the right direction.

The This Side of the Black Stump sign is located at the Black Stump Brown Sign link monument at Blackall. View that destination for directions and other information about the Black Stump in Blackall.


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