Author Archives: Greg Bray

About Greg Bray

The scribbler behind the 'On a Lighter Note' column.

Up the Creek

Pikes Crossing, Catfish Creek and the Boyne and Calliope Rivers don’t quite meet my, slightly neurotic, ‘croc free’ criteria.

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Magpie Cycle

I tried multiple magpie deterrents, to the amusement of family, friends and astonished strangers… Continue reading

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The Gladstone Industrial Car

Unlike most of my ideas, I reckon this one will actually fly, well, drive.
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Bathurst 1000 Electric!

Petrol powered race cars will be as out of place as Tony Abbot dancing to Macklemore on a mardi gras float. Continue reading

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LARC-ing About 1770

Now I can hardly wait to do the full day LARC-tastic Tour to the Bustard Head Lighthouse
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Plane Flu

This nasty flu epidemic continues to hang round like an uninvited dinner guest, pointedly ignoring any hints to vamoose.
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What a Croc!

… there was no mention of it having the potential to turn some hapless swimmer into floating chunks of minced meat.
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