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Lovely photos HunnyBunny. We are hoping to be going up that way next year.

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I hope you do go......you will love it!!



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Urunga for me :) , will go back for longer stay..Walk the boardwalk with fishing gear n come back with a good feed or take the camera and come back with a few shots :) either way its a nice part of the World with walking distance to shops , Pub , Club and a magic little cakeshop which makes fingerlikkin Lammingtons as well as pies, etc....

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Hi Papou
Just out of curiosity where did you stay there. Great place I agree
Dave

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dave48 wrote:

Hi Papou
Just out of curiosity where did you stay there. Great place I agree
Dave


Park straight across the road from the township and backs onto the carpark leading to the boardwalk , imensly clean park with nice big sites as well as little white n grey bunny rabbits raoming all over the place which for mw made it a tad relaxing feeding them milk arrowroot bikkies lol..

Easy walk along the boardwalk for some fishing off the rockwall though you only get a short window to fish due to the run that runs into and out of the system ..



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Thank you very much. Will be there soon if I can finish up a few things here
Dave

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When you book in get the membership card and gives you a free night after so many stays???, ...

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If you drink bottled wster , buy beforeehsnd as licals store charge like wounded Bulls.

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Meant to read bottled water :), local conveneant store wanted twice the price of woolies or coles for a 2 doz pack of 600ml bottles. My only gripe of the town lol

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The Bakery at Crescent Head. Wife used buy 2 cakes each day and we'd have 1/2 each. Then I was sent one day and only came home with one. In real trouble until she saw the size of it (the cake).

 

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The little blowhole at Kiama.

 

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Bourbon&Cola o'clock at Shellharbour.

 

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Looking good and relaxing.

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Pubs in the Scrub (Grawin - Lightning Ridge or thereabouts).

1. Club in the Scrub (Grawin Golf Club)

2 & 3. Sheepyards.

4. Glengarry Hilton.

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Big Desert camp (1024x515).jpg

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Last month we spent a week bush camping in the remote & fairly inaccessible Big Desert area in NW Victoria. There was no-one around except us for the whole time. No TV, phone or internet, it was a wonderful experience. The wildflowers in bloom, animals & birdlife including the endangered Malleefowl were fantastic. We spent a large part of the day wandering around with our cameras & at night enjoyed sitting by the campfire looking up at the Milky Way. BYO everything basically.



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Cheers Keith & Judy

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That sounds really good Desert Dweller and love your photos.

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Not every ones cup of tea, definitely not a place to stay at during Summer as the temperature regularly exceeds 40+ degrees with no shade to speak of.

If there was a bush fire there's nowhere to run. It's a great place to relax, get away from it all & ''be at one with nature'' at other times of the year though.



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Papou...
Buy a dual filter unit and install in water line under sink
I have it to a separate stainless water tank and sink tap for drinking\kettle only.
Filtered into tank. Dual Filtered from tank to tap.

$60 to $120, plus coupla hrs of your tine if installing tap too.
That won't take too long to recoup and all your drinking water is free after that.

PLUS.

99% of the time.
Your filtered water. is a LOT cleaner\sweeter
than that stuff in plastic bottles.

Most of them are only filtered then bottled.
They basically all a big con.

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Beautiful photos Desert Dweller.

Sounds like a dream to be able to get away from everything like that.



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Roper river mountain creek met so many awesome people and barra fishing incredible

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Lake Macquarie in  PURPLE MODE at SUN SET.JPGLake Macquarie NSW, and Port Stephen NSW.
Lake Macquarie is South of Newcastle.
Port Stephens is North of Newcastle.



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Lake Macquarie in  PURPLE MODE at SUN SET.JPG

Lake Macquarie NSW, and Port Stephen NSW.
Lake Macquarie is South of Newcastle.
Port Stephens is North of Newcastle.



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Whilst travelling across the Nullarbor I drove towards a cliff edge to find the 'Great Australian Bight'.  It is up there with Ayers Rock for a OMG moment...Beautiful even though it was a little rainy, cold & overcast....   Gwynnie  floating.gif



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Hi everyone,  I have travelled from the most Northern parts to the most Southerly parts of Australia on the "Big Loop Road" filling out my "bucket list" ......number1.gif   But of all the places I have seen my trip to 'Cape York' Peninsula has been the most heart felt and 'OMG moment'.  I walked to 'the tip' of Australian one day and flew over it in a helicopter the next day!!   Happy travels from Gwynnie  floating.gif



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Hi fellow travellers,

I am here visiting friends in the farming district of Oberon NSW.  I couldn't resist posting a few pristine landscape photos of this beautiful district at this time.   Gwynnie  floating.gif

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Fern Pool - Karijini NP -

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Litchfield NP - think (?) it may be Florence Falls.

 

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Purnulu - Bungle Bungles NP

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 Found some older photos on a stick recently, so thought I would share some with you guys - loved every minute of this trip - Melbourne to Melbourne, and lots in between.



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Hello fellow travellers,

I have just come back from Phillip Island after attending the Super Sprint race meet and great fun was had by all of my rev head mates (both male & female) reaching speeds in excess of    220 km WOW!!  The weather was fantastic and sunny with an average temperature of 24 degrees.  

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Hello again, Today I left Port Melbourne for Devonport on the beautiful Apple Isle- Tassie.  The start was rather early but finally we were underway.   My visit is from 29th Jan - 01 st of April.  See you all on the other side with loads of photos ....Gwynnie floating.gif



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Keep in touch Gwynnie - love Tassy.

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Thanks Jules, first morning here. Love the cooler weather. It was still 31 degrees at 2:30am in Melbourne the night before I left.    biggrin biggrin biggrin  Gwynnie



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