Quote Originally Posted by Claire Senft
I have spent many hours watching the educational channels on Australia. I must say that I am much taken with the coverage on the "outback". I feel a real kinsip with Aussies. When you have a few minutes will you tell this Yank a bit about Australia's "Infront".
Do you mean "what is the opposite of the outback?"? For a start, most people seem to think that the outback is anything outside the cities, but that's not true. It's really the sparsely-inhabited interior. My work takes me to three different places in the outback, all in different states, and all very different from each other. APUG's own Graeme Hird lives in one of these places.