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  • Surfing and wild kangaroosAfter Sydney we had two nights in Coffs Harbour. The day we arrived it was very hot and as we arrived early morning we just spent the whole day on the beach. The next day we went to Dolphin Marine Posted by vikingabroad in VIKING ABROAD | Nov 18, 2014
  • Magic number 18So, although I may be travelling round Australia, the chances of you meeting Australians in a hostel are very slim. (They live here, they don't need to share a room with nine other people and fight for the last slice Posted by emmaabroad in Australia | Nov 17, 2014
  • HOMEWARD BOUNDBLOG NO. 11 Rockhampton sits astride Queensland's largest and most picturesque river, the Fitzroy. The magnificent Berserker Ranges and Mt Archer provide a stunning backdrop to the city. Rockhampton is locate on the Tropic of Capricorn and the gateway to Posted by Juney59 in "THIS IS THE LIFE" 2014 | Nov 17, 2014
  • AH QUEENSLANDBLOG 10 Ah Queensland as they say, Beautiful one day - Perfect the next. Checking into Mt Isa's Sunset Caravan Park it was time to do some catch up duties. Yes you guessed washing and shopping. The priority was to get Posted by Juney59 in "THIS IS THE LIFE" 2014 | Nov 17, 2014
  • NORTHERN TERRITORYBLOG NO 9 Welcome to the Northern Territory and the changing landscape. Our first night was at Big Horse Creek camp ground on the banks of the Victoria River. It looked so inviting for a swim to cool off but there Posted by Juney59 in "THIS IS THE LIFE" 2014 | Nov 17, 2014
  • THE TOP ENDBLOG NO 8 Packed up after 16 days at the place they call paradise "Ningaloo Station", we were once again on the road heading north. Our first stop was Giralia Station where it was time to enjoy a long hot shower Posted by Juney59 in "THIS IS THE LIFE" 2014 | Nov 17, 2014
  • Planning for the initial trip into Sth East Asia After a great many meetings and much plotting and scheming with fellow directors we are soon to depart on the first of our trips into Sth East Asia on a quest to initiate innovative projects to he Posted by fpc3 in Never Forget Elephants | Nov 17, 2014
  • Imperial spannersThis week promises a fiery assault from the skies – temperatures around 38, 39 – and so we are up and at work early, raking out the chickens' pens. A light Suffolk hen is spread like a pancake over her Posted by wanderingwolf in Off the Leash | Nov 17, 2014
  • Osprey Bay, Cape Range National Park, WAWe woke to the sound of gushing water around 7am and jumped out of bed to check our hose. All was intact with ours, however it was the sprinkler they’d set up on the site to us. It Posted by Capes Crusaders in Capes Crusaders | Nov 15, 2014
  • Exmouth, WAWell, we eventually got to Exmouth after our longest single journey of the trip so far. My super husband drove the 570km from Tom Price to Exmouth in seven hours, towing our home behind us. He wants to Posted by Capes Crusaders in Capes Crusaders | Nov 15, 2014
  • Bees 'n' bush in QueenslandSo, it's been a while. Maybe I'll go back and fill in the giant gaps, and go on about India and New Zealand and all the time I've been in Australia so far, but it's easier to talk about the Posted by wanderingwolf in Off the Leash | Nov 14, 2014
  • Blog 17. Dampier – Ellendale Pool From Ningaloo we headed south and had a quick stop and walk around the pretty township of Coral Bay. This place again is about Posted by Rambla in The Big Lap 2014/15 | Nov 13, 2014
  • Last days in PerthHad a pretty quiet last few days in Perth. My host Susanne and went to the Perth Zoo in search of exotic creatures. We found a few- here's a kangaroo and a kookaburra [img=http:// Posted by tdeits in Around the world in 2014 | Nov 13, 2014
  • Noosa, Maroochydore, Brisbane and CoolangattaWe spent a few more days enjoying Noosa which is a very nice spot (though a little fancy). We rode our bikes into town one day which gave us a good opportunity to appreciate the beautiful area around Noosaville which Posted by Ash-Clauds in Around Australia in 6 months | Nov 12, 2014
  • Wednesday - waterToday I decided I wanted to go on a boat. I have found that I have loved the water here so much so I booked myself onto the afternoon "coffee cruise" which took you for a two hour cruise around Posted by TravellingEm in Em Goes Travelling | Nov 12, 2014
  • Tuesday - city centreYesterday I went into the city centre and hit a few key spots I really wanted to see. I started with the Chinese garden of friendship which I just loved. As I have mentioned before I have discovered an affinity Posted by TravellingEm in Em Goes Travelling | Nov 12, 2014
  • Cape Leveque, Goombaragin We’ve had a great week this week managing the Eco retreat and sightseeing in the Cape Leveque area. The owners at Goombaragin have left us here for a week (with their 16 year old son) to manage the property. I Posted by Hibberson5 in Five go off in a caravan | Nov 12, 2014
  • Short and sweet at Tom Price, WAWe hit the road from Dales Gorge campsite and did our journey to Tom Price quite quickly in an hour and a half. It was very scenic, as the countryside is constant from Karijini to Tom Price – all Posted by Capes Crusaders in Capes Crusaders | Nov 11, 2014
  • testHi Steve, I was messing around with Travellers point and i think it has what I want. Photos, vid, maps and able to add entries to the blog as you go. can add tags as well. Thanks again for your Posted by rob.s in Test Blog | Nov 11, 2014
  • Karijini National Park, WABefore leaving Port Hedland, we had the phone conversation regarding the caretaking job. Genevieve from Doorawarrah Station called at 7.30am as planned, and she seemed delightful. She is going overseas for the first time with her grown up Posted by Capes Crusaders in Capes Crusaders | Nov 11, 2014
  • Finally it’s time to pack up the caravan …Finally it’s time to pack up the caravan … It’s just 5 months almost to the day since we departed 25 Horseshoe Bend, (we left on Tuesday 10 June) and headed south in our newly acquired Toyota Prado. With clear Posted by twodubfers in Seeing Australia | Nov 10, 2014
  • More PerthI took another day to explore Perth. I had two goals; one to visit the Perth Art Gallery and the other to visit[[http://www.scitech.org.au/| Scitech]], Perth's hands-on science museum. Science first, naturally! Scitech is a very nice facility, probab Posted by tdeits in Around the world in 2014 | Nov 10, 2014
  • Adventures on Rottnest IslandToday my AirBnb host Susanne and I headed off for Rottnest Island, a popular tourist destination about 20 miles off the coast near Perth. More about the history of the island later. We took [[http://www.rottnestfastferries.com.au/|Rottnest Fast Ferr Posted by tdeits in Around the world in 2014 | Nov 10, 2014
  • SydneyWe have had 4 wonderful sunny days in Sydney and I am at the moment on a bus to Coffs Harbour. All our ideas of Australia were confirmed when we on our first day saw a havaianas vending machine, heard Posted by vikingabroad in VIKING ABROAD | Nov 10, 2014
  • Blue MountainsWe headed away from Sydney and up into the Blue Mountains, it is a spectacular place. It is very picturesque with so much diverse bush land, from rainforests to the typical Australian bush. The Katoomba town itself is full Posted by Buckley11 in The Buckleys Big Adventure | Nov 10, 2014
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