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Travel Blogs from Charlestown
Her beauty and her terror -
The wide brown land for me!
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Love from Sue and Russ.
P.S. stay tuned for the Epi-blog.
... to go via Roma, but after some local knowledge, decided to take the direct route. A good road, narrow, had to pull over for trucks and cars. Almost hit a few kangaroos along the road. Some were too close for our liking. Mitchell is call the 'gateway to the outback'. So we finally made it to outback QLD! Pulled into Mitchell, a nice little caravan park. Went for a ...
What a day! I don't want to do that again in a hurry.
I left Husskison by 8.00am to travel up through Sydney and then onto New Castle. The start of the trip was fine - lovely and sunny and the hilly country I travelled through was really nice scenery. I stopped at a little place at a heritage bakery set up in an old heritage bank building and had lovely decadent morning tea with great coffee.
I had set up my GPS to travel ...
... couple of koala bears who were in a deep snooze. Lots more to see at this place. While we were at the park, Nat got a message from Kevin that a pipe had hit him in the head and that he was at the hospital getting stitched up. We learned how to throw a boomerang today and did pretty ...
... Even though the weather was rainy, we really enjoyed Brooms Head.
Friday 31st we headed off to Burleigh Heads Caravan Park. It was surrounded by high rise buildings but was still a beautiful spot across the road from the beach. Very upmarket, new amenities which were very impressive. We had a very relaxing dinner at the Surf Club across the road.
The beach, however, was very eroded from the earlier floods and it was quite amazing ...