We stopped for the night past Georgetown in a wonderful little free camp at Cumberland Chimney. The ruins of a gold ore crushing factory built by Cornish masons. There is a sweet little billabong there that was engineered at the time of the factory, maybe a hundred years or more ago. It is chocful of birds and we bagged a few new ones as well as some spectacular but not new ones! Brolgas, Jabiru, Cotton Pygmy-goose, Magpie Goose, Red-tailed Black Cockatoos, Darter, Royal Spoonbills, Azure Kingfisher, Blackwinged Stilts, massive flocks of Budgerigars, and, annoyingly, some little ones walking on the lily pads, we saw too briefly to be sure of but were definitely new! We spent a precious evening stargazing with the kids and slow morning watching the sunrise and birds. We even splashed out on a shower each for Paul and I. If you want to really feel rich, return your "laundry" to its real function as a bathroom and use it in the outback! I felt like a million dollars.