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Queensland's biggest 4wd and motorbike adventure park with over 200kms of enduro bike loops.
On our way to Manar Park we Stopped at Toowoomba and Dalby for supplies. The drive was pretty long and boring but went surprisingly quick. Heaps of wheat paddocks, mills, quarries and road trains. We travelled on loooong straight roads, some of them dirt.
Arrived to Manar and was welcomed by a friendly lady ...
We met Barry and Pat at Clontarf Marina on Middle Harbour, near the Spit Bridge. It was a magical sunny morning with little wind and a forecast temperature of 20 degrees. Their catamaran is a Seawind 1000 which is 10.8 metres long. Pat said that its name DILLIGARA was aboriginal but she was not sure of the meaning. Barry said it meant "do I look like I give a rats ****". That sounded more likely. Because of the lack of wind, we motored out of Middle ...
... we would still be here in October, and we headed out to Broughton Island. Leaving about 11.30 we motored, as there was no wind, arriving and anchoring at Providence Beach. This is a pristine white beach on the north side of Broughton. The entire island is a National Park except for a tiny area on the south side which is still home to several fishermens cottages. It was quite still in the bay as it is protected from the southerly swell, ...
Saturday April 25
So much still to organise!! 3 days till we depart Sydney on our wonderful adventure.
Its Saturday April 25th, the 100th Anniversary of the ANZAC landing. We were up at 4am to go to the Dawn Service at The Entrance....such a huge crowd attended, it was lovely to see so many people there.
The week before we departed there was a monstrous storm across ...
Toowoon bay holiday park - central Coast nsw Having enjoyed port Stephens immensely, we set off for the lakes region on the nsw central coast, just north of Sydney. I've never been here before, but had seen it on google maps before with a note to visit this place in the future. It's made of up of a number of salt water lakes which run parallel with the coast line. The main lake is 4 times the size of Sydney harbour. They are all connected to the ...