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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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It turned out Courtney, who advertised the lift on gumtree was a guy. He was a nice guy and had a new huge car, so I had comfort. His music taste was slightly painful, but considering I saved myself $180 I really can't complain! He didn't want petrol money, so instead I bought dinner when we stopped to eat in a restaurant. We couchsurfed overnight …
... had split the cap and went to Supercheap Auto to see if I could buy a spare. There was a notice with the jerry cans in the shop that there was a recall on the caps because they were splitting so I got another cap for free. Looked like it might rain late afternoon but clouds disappeared and no rain but a bit cooler tonight. Sat outside for dinner then back into the ...
We are doing nothing today. Sitting around, standing around, walking around. Round and round and round. We actually did do something, we cooked a nice big brekkie. Then we did nothing again. This caravan park is very surprising. From the entrance it looks a bit run down. But once you get in to the heart of it ...
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Well, that was that for Cania Gorge and it was time to move on to our next stop – the highly recommended Silver Wattle Caravan Park in Mount Morgan.
We’d heard lots about Mt Morgan from our friends Alex and Brian who lived and worked there for a number of years. Booking ahead at the highly recommended Silver Wattle Caravan Park, we were a bit put off to find Le Van travelling into thicker and thicker smoke. Arriving at the ...
Left Rocky and headed for MacKay, was going to stay at St Lawrence but missed the turn off so continued on and found a nice free camp at Flaggy Rock near Carmila. There was about 5 caravan/Motorhomes there and a hugh beautiful grassed area to camp, used to be a school but when the government closed the school they gave it back to the community and it is used as a camp for travelers and also a community centre. Called in at Hay Point on my ...