A ringer in action at Pitherty sheep station, Queensland.

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    “Held up”, captured at Brunette Downs, Northern Territory.

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    Ringer Shaun Ireland takes a breather on a cattle station in the channel country, Queensland.

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    Two best mates at sunset.

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    Somersaults on Mt Leonard Station, Queensland.

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    A jackaroo takes in the scenery on Brunette Downs, Northern Territory.

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    Bringing in the crowd at Pitherty Station, Queensland.

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    Stare-down at the final frontier…

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    Drafting at sunrise, Liveringa Station, Western Australia.

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    Bull catching shenanigans, Doongan Station, Western Australia.

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    A jackaroo and his horse take a big drink after a day mustering, Brunette Downs, Northern Territory.

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    A ringer on a thoughtful smoke break.

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    Landscape dotted with flinders grass hay bales.

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    Donors Hill Station, Queensland.

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    “Definitely not bluffing!” – captured at Yeeda Station in the Kimberley, Western Australia.

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    “Bringing in the Campdraft” – Brunette Downs, Northern Territory.

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    Station kids Clay, Kayden and Corbin size up the jump.

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    Jillaroo on the job: Roxy plays mother to an abandoned calf.

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    The black, late-afternoon sky to the east of Blackall, Queensland.

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    Big jobs: feeding-time for the horses.

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Gallery: Outback Ringers of the Top End

By AG STAFF | March 13, 2014

Australia’s jackaroos and jillaroos provide a photographic glimpse of life on an outback station.