Yarrangobilly

The Yarrangobilly Campground is at the northern end of Kosciuszko National Park. The park is better known as the venture playground for Winter sports enthusiasts and hikers, it also hosts campers at ‘primitive’ campgrounds. Primitive means few if any facilities but there were long drop toilets. Campsites are not marked but campers tend to find…

Barossa Valley

Today I’m running the red light on the challenge guidelines by writing about the Barossa. I figure the title has the letter “V” in it so it counts. Come to think about it, I reckon it’s the orange I ran which must make it nearly legal. You’re with me on that, I can tell. Thank…

Greenock, Barossa Valley

24 March 2019 On the north western side of the Barossa valley, Greenock village is a peaceful retreat set amongst vineyards established by Lutheran immigrants of the 19th century. We spent time camped at the village oval which has a beautifully restored grandstand. Self-contained RVs can spent up to a week in lovely surroundings and…

Day Trip to Cape Tribulation

We’ve been travelling through the Wet Tropics for some weeks and have enjoyed the changing landscapes and how green it is. The gorgeous diversity of plants, the profusion of colours and textures is stunning. It was an early start for us as we had to get the ferry across to the northern side of the…

Day Trip to Eungella National Park

Our road trip into the Eungella National Park, in the Mackay Region of Queensland was a few hours to reconnect with the natural wonders on our doorstep.  The road, bordered by cane plantations,  passes through the picturesque Pioneer Valley towards Eungella and into the national park, Australia’s longest stretch of sub-tropical rainforest. Approximately an hour’s…