One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An area of public land set aside for the overnight accommodation of travelling stock.‘a permit is required when stock are being moved along a public road or to a travelling stock reserve’
- ‘The track into the travelling stock reserve levels out beside Connaughtmans Creek.’
- ‘It adjoins a travelling stock reserve of about 300 acres.’
- ‘During 1997, 125 head of cattle died after eating mother-of-millions on a travelling stock reserve near Moree.’
- ‘The land on the other side of the gully, where the bridge is broken, is a travelling stock reserve.’
- ‘The travelling stock reserve network was established more than 150 years ago.’
- ‘Properly awake now, driving fast, Bonney wove through the all-night transports and accelerated, taking the Isabel turn-off near the travelling stock reserve.’
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