Nice looking town, a bit smaller than Longreach, but at least as nice. We stayed at the parking of a pub (nice spot, shower and wifi included!). We didn’t have much time on the arrival day. Just had a Posted by cjfvdk in Down Under and Around | May 21, 2015
The town was a bit bigger than we expected. The infocenter was already closed, so we just headed to the camping. The next day we walked in the town more and saw that all the museums and things to do Posted by cjfvdk in Down Under and Around | May 21, 2015
- Barcaldine - Ilfracombe
In the morning in Jericho, we has pancakes! And there was a truck with fresh veggies in town. Apparently this comes once a week, and every two weeks they have the flying doctor coming to visit town. These are the Posted by cjfvdk in Down Under and Around | May 21, 2015
- Rubyvale - Jericho
In Emerald we read about the nice sapphire fossicking, museums and other sapphire related things you can do in the ruby/sapphire region. When we arrived there, the area looked pretty disappointing and depressing, or interesting if you wish. We only Posted by cjfvdk in Down Under and Around | May 21, 2015
Emerald was one of the biggest towns in the region (it even had Woolworths and Coles!). People drive 150kms to Emerald to do their grocery shopping. We did ours too. We stayed near the botanic gardens and saw 2 other Posted by cjfvdk in Down Under and Around | May 21, 2015
From the gorge we drove to Springsure. Seemed like a nice little town with a free camping (that’s why we stayed there). While walking in the town we saw an advertisement for a rugby match in the evening. It was Posted by cjfvdk in Down Under and Around | May 21, 2015
- Carnarvon Gorge
The night was really cold, around 4C. We started the walk at around 9am after having a nice and nutritious breakfast. We weren’t sure if we should walk all the way (21km) or just to the Art Gallery, but we Posted by cjfvdk in Down Under and Around | May 21, 2015
- Gladstone - Rockhampton - Rollston
After getting our car from Agnes Waters (and getting ripped off 30$ as the bus took us 30km away from Agnes and we had to take a shuttle in the middle of the night) we stayed one more night at Posted by cjfvdk in Down Under and Around | May 21, 2015
- Bondi - Eastern Beaches Coastal Walk - NSW
Bondi to Bronte walk and on to Coogee is one of the most popular activities in the Sydney area. The coastal walk takes in stunning beaches, pools, cliffs and parks whilst hugging Posted by charlystyles in Charly's Australian Adventure | May 5, 2015
- Blog 23. Goondoowindi (QLD) – Burleigh Heads, Gold CoastMost of central and western Queensland is in the grip of severe drought conditions which is very sad and difficult for all those great people out there. However, the route we took from the border at Goondoowindi up through the Posted by Rambla in The Big Lap 2014/15 | May 21, 2015
- Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney - NSW
Neon Light Installations (Peter Kennedy)
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/721016/Neon_Ligh Posted by charlystyles in Charly's Australian Adventure | May 3, 2015
- Adventures in Alice Part 2Yesterday we had an early start - 7am - to join a 4WD tour out to Hermannsburg and Palm Valley. The drive to Hermannsburg is all on sealed road but the road into Palm Valley isn't - neither sealed Posted by 2015MADvan in 2015 Travels of MADvan | May 19, 2015
- To Alice Springs; Adventures in Alice Part 1On the way back to the Lasseter Highway we saw 1 horse and 2 camels!
Then when on the Highway, going through Mount Ebenezer, we saw a family of wedge-tailed eagles enjoying a road-side lunch! Posted by 2015MADvan in 2015 Travels of MADvan | May 19, 2015
- The Royal Botanical Gardens, Sydney - NSW
The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney is a major botanical garden located in the heart of the city.
Opened in 1816, th Posted by charlystyles in Charly's Australian Adventure | May 3, 2015
- Sydney Opera House - NSW
The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney.
Designed by Danish architect J Posted by charlystyles in Charly's Australian Adventure | Apr 30, 2015
- Sydney Harbour Bridge - NSW
In 1922 after many years of debate, legislation authorised the construction of a bridge across Sydney Harbour.
A steel suspension bridge, though attractive, would Posted by charlystyles in Charly's Australian Adventure | Apr 30, 2015
- A Solo Drive and Camp Across Australia
If you are not into a lot of “me” time, if you don’t like getting lost in your thoughts or talking to yourself, making lists in your head, if you dislike creating odes to road kill, if you get tired Posted by IvaS in A solo drive and camp across Australia | May 17, 2015
- Watarrka National Park and Kings CanyonWe travelled from Yulara back along the Lasseter Highway, this time turning north about half way along, going up the Luritja Road to King's Canyon.
Driving in, we began to see ranges which made a change from wide continuous desert plains Posted by 2015MADvan in 2015 Travels of MADvan | May 16, 2015
- Chinese Gardens, Sydney - NSW
Stepping into another world it's easy to immerse yourself in a beautiful landscape of waterfalls, lakes and hidden stone pathways. Along the way are traditional carvings and sculptures.
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- Not a of rain today!We have been travelling around and exploring old ground. We went to poked around the antique shops in Strathalbyn, and really enjoyed the antique centre. Found some lovely things, but left them all there. I found a Posted by BazandMaz in Back to the Outback | May 16, 2015
- Plane plotting - the adventures continueSo July 27 is the fateful date. It is the day I leave Australia after exactly one year of amazing travel adventures.
That's 72 days to enjoy the last few weeks of Sydney and save as much cash as I can.
When Posted by emmaabroad in Australia | May 16, 2015
- Melbourne - and meeting a celebrity!You have to tick off the big cities of Australia, so no visit would be complete without seeing beautiful Melbourne.
I can see why my cousins moved there and why so many English people up sticks and make it their Posted by emmaabroad in Australia | May 16, 2015
- City Walking Tour, Sydney - NSWFlying from Perth to Sydney gave great views of the south coast, to Adelaide
My first morning in Sydney I thought I'd get a feel for the place with a free walking tour. It was great, 2.5 hou Posted by charlystyles in Charly's Australian Adventure | May 1, 2015
- Scone Cup - Country New South Wales AustraliaToday I went to my first race meeting in my life. I wasnt sure what to expect but the wait was killing me. Scone is a small town about 25km from Muswellbrook and about 4 1/2 hours from Sydney. The Posted by lazytraveldays in Lazy Travel Days | May 14, 2015
- Life with Dogs (and other animals) - WA
I've always wanted a dog. But if there's one thing I've learnt from dog sitting two working dogs for the last month, is the amount of time and commitment they require. As loving a Posted by charlystyles in Charly's Australian Adventure | Apr 29, 2015