I remember watching a TV show about “The Royal Flying Doctors” and used to wonder about the amazing service they provided to people in remote areas in Australia. I wondered why people liked living so far away from cities and crowds. As time gets by, as maturity helps… I learn to appreciate the distance from things. More importantly, people live on farms and cattle stations. They provide the food we eat daily. We need to learn to thank them.
If and when the farmers get unwell, we must support them. The Royal Flying Doctor service is an institution in itself and have grown to help thousands of people in their dire times.
Geoffrey Carrick owned a cattle station in the far-north Queensland outback. His 138-square kilometre property was sold for $9.85 million and the money was donated to the Royal Flying Doctors Service and the Children’s Hospital Foundation. Thank you Sir and your family.
The full article from the ABC – Royal Flying Doctors – Donation