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- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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The road we took to Mt Barney was initiated by the Lion's Club in Kyogle. It is a shortcut across the mountains, that follows the interstate railway line and provides great views. When we got to Rathdowney we stopped for information about the nearby camping grounds. There was nowhere in the NP where we could take the van and we weren't sure which of the private ones would suit us. We chose Flanagan's bush camp after detouring to Boonah to fill with water and empty ...
... did a fabulous rainforest walk from the campground and on Saturday, when the road opened, we did the loop drive through the park. After a walk through the Beech forest and stops at several lookouts, it was clear how this the amazing caldera had been formed from an enormous ancient volcano that stretched from Lismore to Tamborine. Sunday morning we crossed the border into Queensland and headed for Mt Barney ...
... br> After we got some shopping done for the next couple of days and the breakfast in the morning we picked up 3 Pizzas from a take away, brought them back to the Motel and watched some stupid film and ate the Pizza.
The weather report was not promising for the next couple of days.
After another film, some nachos and a few beers it was pure luxury to fall asleep on a very comfy ...
Adjustment back into Aussie life with the O'Reilly's has been seamless and in a way it feels as though no time has past at all.
The day after I arrived, Ken and I decided to do a bush walk up Mt Maroon. Mt. Maroon is a 966 meter peak located in south-east Queensland's Mount Barney National Park, and which, even by Australian standards is said to be a challenging climb. ...
... the morning. At about 4 am they start shrieking, cackling, growling and grunting. And I don't think they're that big, although some of them sound to be in the twenty pound range. They make our birds sound so sedate, just chirping and tweeting.
It was here we took a little break, catching a commercial flight home for what was supposef to be just a few days of catching up, paying bills and checking on things. But. Thom took this opportunity to get sick. I mean really ...