Travel Blogs from Genoa, Australia

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So long Vicky, Genoa, Australia travel blog

So long Vicky

A travel blog entry by piholland

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... the shear number of people like us who have decided to move from the other side of the world and make this corner of Australia their home. Whatever the reason we feel like part of us will always be here. Leaving Mallacoota was hard, Margaret and Peter ...

Day 100!, Genoa, Australia travel blog

Day 100!

A travel blog entry by jackie_n_james

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With only one week left in the camper we were kind of sluggish in our plans for the time being and just headed in the general direction of Sydney. We went for a very long drive through the forest down a old logging road to see some waterfalls. After ...

Rained Off, Genoa, Australia travel blog

Rained Off

A travel blog entry by garrykctravels


Hello all, After finding such a gem of a campsite in the middle of nowhere that had a spectacular 50 day limit we were sad to leave, but we needed to press on as we didn't know if we'd need to be in Melbourne by Friday. Wed 4th Dec - We set off from our ...

Leaving New South Wales, Genoa, Australia travel blog

Leaving New South Wales

A travel blog entry by jeffandkaren


... here, some for a few days, others for weeks or months. They  are very friendly and share their experiences of travelling around Australia with us.We stay here 3 nights and go into town a few times.  I have finished reading my first book and am ...

A HIdden Gem, Genoa, Australia travel blog

A HIdden Gem

A travel blog entry by taraford


... of the Wilderness Coast is Dan's least favourite part of the drive.  However, we broke the journey by travelling to Genoa, a free camp which looked like it was a caravan park in its previous life.  Very leafy, flat grassy spots accommodating ...

Trostloser 1. Advent, Genoa, Australia travel blog

Trostloser 1. Advent

A travel blog entry by mir2


... ; die grössten Kakadus Australiens, Gelbohr- oder Russkakadus, liessen sich nicht blicken. Träge stoppten wir schliesslich in Genoa, wo wir auf einer Rest-Area mit Höchstgeschwindigkeit Fotos nach Hause „dropboxten“. Jörg hatte uns mit ...

Camp by the river, Genoa, Australia travel blog

Camp by the river

A travel blog entry by mawstrip


... , and I'm glad I chose it instead of Mallacoota. So much more space and right on the river. Genoa is a town in Eastern Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. It is close to the New South Wales border where the Princes ...

Day 221, Genoa, Australia travel blog

Day 221

A travel blog entry by nimazali


The wind has settled down a lot today but we decide there isn’t much to do here unless you go on a boat tour which I wasn’t interested in this time. So we drove on stopping at Stony Creek bridge which is the longest wooden trestle bridge in ...

NSW or Vic?, Genoa, Australia travel blog

NSW or Vic?

A travel blog entry by megs_adventure


We stopped at the boarder, we where in between NSW and Vic got photos of both signs ...

Free camp (Donation), Genoa, Australia travel blog

Free camp (Donation)

A travel blog entry by followus4


Beautiful spot to stay for a night or two. On a river which is great for a paddle. We stayed for just one night. Made a small ...

Genoa with Hans and Elaine., Mallacoota  and Genoa, Australia travel blog

Genoa with Hans and Elaine.

A travel blog entry by kilbridesblog


... are looking forward to catching up when we are over their way as we wind our way to Adelaide. I have attached photos and will do the Mallacoota entry and photos next time.  Couldn't find a pin for Genoa so just used the Mallacoota one for this ...

Border town, Genoa, Australia travel blog

Border town

A travel blog entry by annebk


Free camping tonight before crossing into NSW tomorrow, goodbye amazing VIC. Heading north to get some warmth at long last. I said to L, take me where I have to shave my legs �� We are looking forward to the next stage of our ...

X-Mini saves the day, Genoa, Australia travel blog

X-Mini saves the day

A travel blog entry by lucamow


... an ‘X-mini’ speaker to provide music for the car and had a picnic in a lake side park afterwards. We arrived in Genoa just before sunset around 19.30 and I proceeded to cook a delicious pasta dish for the team.  The stars were out in ...

What a brilliant day, Genoa, Australia travel blog

What a brilliant day

A travel blog entry by wherrol


... button and wooooosh out comes the water. It is very fast and delivers up to 200 ltrs in one hit. Wow. Our aim was to get to Genoa which has a fabulous free camp by the river. It is always so quiet there. The town only has one pub and that is 500 mtrs from ...

Great spot, Genoa, Australia travel blog

Great spot

A travel blog entry by shell51


... for our solar panels, so after a recommendation to Jan from an attendant at the Garage, we ventured further to the small township of Genoa. On the other side of the new bridge there is an absolute great camp spot.  In years past it had once been a ...

Day 222, Genoa, Australia travel blog

Day 222

A travel blog entry by nimazali


We started the day with a walk up to Genoa Peak. It was a 2 hour return trip with most of it being a slight incline and getting steep at the end. A two hour bush walk also meant we had a 2 hour conversation with our chatterbox Zach! He never runs out ...

And the journey begins......, Genoa rest area, Australia travel blog

And the journey begins......

A travel blog entry by a.jdraper

... be leaving all of our close friends and family. As we left so late in the day we decided to make our 1st stop at Genoa, only a couple of hours from home. The Genoa Rest Area is a great free camping spot with toilets and cold showers, alongside the river. ...

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