Hi everyone, G here and I have had first time experience I would like to share which is a little different to the general gist of this blog. To be a little different both B an I attended Supanova Brisbane 2022. What is Supanova you ask? "Supanova Comic Con & Gaming has been the welcoming home … Continue reading A new experience for November
Queen Mary Falls.
It has been a while since S and I have visited Queen Mary Falls. One reason is that the falls is a national park so we cannot bring our dog Ada who travels with us most time. This time, B and her dog Cassie hosted Ada at home so we could have a couple of … Continue reading Queen Mary Falls.
Visit to Tin Can Bay
S and I had a week long break and decided to go somewhere different. Looking around we decided on the village of Tin Can Bay. We were lucky to not be affected by the recent floods and did set up in a dog friendly caravan park called Kingfisher Caravan Park. It is a nice little … Continue reading Visit to Tin Can Bay
Sunday Drive with extras
S and I originally had planned to go camping last weekend, unfortunately, due to all our favourite campsites being booked out, this did not happen. Instead, we took a Sunday drive to visit a nursery to buy some fruit trees. As we were driving into Gatton, passing Lake Apex, we happened onto the Heritage Village … Continue reading Sunday Drive with extras
Longreach and the birth of QANTAS
Another day and another long 400 kilometre drive from Hughenden to Longreach via Winton. We did get a little wet on the drive and our destination caravan park was not really set up for too much rain. We ended up setting up in an inch of mud which did spoil the experience. On this part … Continue reading Longreach and the birth of QANTAS
Winton – waltzing through history
We arrived in Winton as the first town on our "Dinosaur Trail". We stayed in the Tattersall's Hotel Van Park and though it is highly rated, is not much more that a car park with power and a set of toilets and showers. It is close to the business strip and the Tattersall's Hotel across … Continue reading Winton – waltzing through history
The Art of Lightning Ridge
Renowned artist John Murray calls Lightning Ridge home and you can't escape his impact on the town. Depending on which way you approach the ridge you might be greeted by a giant emu, Stanley made from old girders, Volkswagens and satellite dishes, or on Morilla St an old combi given wings and a propeller, flown … Continue reading The Art of Lightning Ridge
Long, long road to Lightning Ridge
As you can tell from the title, S and I have started our latest holiday travels. Been wanting to see this part of Australia for a long time. In my naivety, I decided to do the whole trip in one day. Nine hours of travelling which did include three stops so about seven and a … Continue reading Long, long road to Lightning Ridge
Just a few pictures of birds on the lake at Country Style Caravan Park. Not a bird but this was from one and a half meters and was the size of my thumb.
Two dogs in the water
S and I have made a break for our favourite beach. Our daughter has brought her dog along and have introduced Cassandra to the surf and salt water. She loves it! She has also worked out that she is a better swimmer than Ada so while Ada beats her up on dry land, Cassie can … Continue reading Two dogs in the water