That holiday is well and truly done and dusted. I few important things to remember for next time if someone has a great idea. We used 1628 litres of diesel, setup camp 23 times, traveled a total of 9117 km, only broke things that didn’t really matter and had an absolutely awesome adventure. Lets not forget the thing […]
The plan was to get up and get ready to leave reasonably early… a little after 10am we finally packed up and hit the road. There was a suggestion to go through Tumut as it may have been a little quicker. It may have been shorter but the weather made sure we didn’t make great […]
We didn’t leave Port Stevens until after 3pm and had 600+ km to go til the next stop. We could start the car again which was a bonus. The drive was long and included one passenger vomiting in the car park of a Scottish restaurant on the outskirts of Sydney, fog, rain and arriving at camp […]
Three nights here with some great friends that we haven’t seen in ages. The days are becoming cooler as are the nights as we head south. The beaches in around Port Stevens are quite nice, it was a little difficult keeping the kids out of the water.
Its hard to believe we only have one week left. We have met so many awesome people and seen and done so many fantastic things. I’m sure we’ll be sad when it’s all over and we hear the last “Are we there yet?” from the back. A few highlights from the trip so far 🙂
A little place just north of South West Rocks on the Macleay River and also the last place the car started without a little help. It was a long day in the car yesterday, we didn’t make to camp in the the light. From memory today was the third day on this epic journey […]
We spent some time at Streets Beach on South Bank. You can see the excitement on their little faces. We also managed to spend some time in the Obliteration Room in it’s last week at the Queensland Art Gallery.
We’re in Brisbane. Fraser Island was awesome but the mobile reception is a tad on the doesn’t exist spectrum. (Post soon) This wasn’t us but I could see how easily it could have been. There was one poor beamer beached with no body around on the way to the barge this morning.
The big boys hit the beach with rods while the rest played.
A quick trip to Central Station which was once the centre for logging on Fraser. Then off to the main attraction… the Crystal clear waters of Lake MacKenzie.