Cania, Australia

Travel Blogs from Cania

Cania Travel Blogs (26)
in search of the biton baton, Cania Gorge, Australia travel blog

in search of the biton baton

A travel blog entry by jen_and_chris


... with a 4wd, and no amount of pimping our ride could change priscilla from the shakey 2wd bone rattler she was, we decided to try cania gorge instead. It wasn't far, it was in national park land, it had a gorge and the bonus of a deluxe campsite that ...

Cania Gorge, Cania Gorge, Australia travel blog

Cania Gorge

A travel blog entry by alanandchris

... . It's not that impressive in a grandiose way but this was more than made up for in our choice of accommodation, the Big4 Cania Gorge caravan park. The highlight of the day was the bird feeding at 5pm.Hundreds of rainbow lorakeets, king parrots, other ...

what an amazing place, Cania, Australia travel blog

what an amazing place

A travel blog entry by gonroamin


... the A1 or inland to Cania gorge. Cania was the longer route (300+ Km) but more inland and a better chance of seeing the real Australia. So we went on the Chania route. Juat a few miles off the mail A1 and we saw our first Kangaroos, there was a mummy and ...

Jam packed weekend, Cania Gorge National Park, Australia travel blog

Jam packed weekend

A travel blog entry by julia.clarkin


... the heart pumping and It was a lovely spot at the lookout to regain composure and catch our breath. Apparently at the bottom of Lake Cania lies the old township, which was covered over with the construction of the dam. Bit of a shame to know that such a ...