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Chasing camels spooked by a cow, and hearing the sound of a bull camel coming up to her camp in the middle of the night - these are just some of the adventures that Sophie Matterson has chalked up to date in her epic walk across Australia. They're experiences most of us don't even contemplate putting on our bucket list of life, but the year-old says she is all the richer for her two years of slow travel with five camels as her only company. Taking a day at Lindsay and Carol Godfrey's Cunnamulla property to do her washing and let her animals graze, Sophie says her km coast-to-coast trek from Australia's western-most point, Shark Bay in Western Australia, to the eastern-most point at Byron Bay, NSW has been anything but boring. Apart from that, making and breaking camp, tending to her five travel companions, and planning the journey ahead gives her virtually zero time to herself. They're big personalities. The camels are a constant companion in every sense. Breaking them in and making their saddles was all part of the journey for Sophie, whose great-grandfather Frank Cave served with the Light Horse in Palestine and who would have seen camels used in World War I fighting there. Sophie, who grew up at Samford on Brisbane's western outskirts, was a Brisbane Girls Grammar School student before studying film, television and photography and working in various locations around Australia until she decided she wanted to do something different. Camel trekking work in the Flinders Ranges and at Uluru were next, and that's where the idea of walking across Australia was conceived. With the help of her former boss, she procured five camels that would otherwise have been destined for Peterborough.