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  • Ningaloo StationLeaving Warroora Station early we drove to Coral Bay to resupply and oh boy was it busy. It was school holidays and that was one reason we decided not to stay there, and what a good decision that was. The Posted by OzJourney in The Journey | Apr 30, 2017
  • PreparationWell we are off to WA on Tuesday, all going to plan. Posted by Wannibungle in Wannibungle to WA | Apr 30, 2017
  • Are We There Yet?Wow! That was one long flight. It actually went very smoothly. Pretty much on time, little turbulence, and little crying and screaming - I think I behaved rather well 😇. After all the planning it was rather unreal wandering Posted by Flemings2 in June and Donna Go to Oz | Apr 30, 2017
  • 04 ULURU, en route pour le centre rouge !En route pour le centre rouge ! On s'arrĂȘte dormir sur une rest area Ă  50 km au sud d'Alice Springs, c'est en bord de route mais c'est tout de mĂȘme sympa on a une belle vu Posted by Luciepatourel in On the road again | Apr 25, 2017
  • 19: Abandoned rocket range and waterless lakesSouth from Coober Pedy the scrub continued at mid-calf height and the land quite flat for a few hours. I was excited to see the first of many Emus seen on this leg of the trip, as so far we'd Posted by Farhorizons in Farhorizons | Apr 24, 2017
  • The OlgasHeaded off to the Olgas after the Gunfire Breakfast. Stunning views on the way in. Then did the Valley of the Winds walk and later the Walpi Gorge walk 8 kms in total, some of it very st Posted by cbtraveller in North By North West | Apr 24, 2017
  • Anzac Day Dawn ServiceUp early again to attend the Anzac Day Dawn Service at Yulara. Great setting beneath the Milky Way with Ayers Rock in the background. Then attended the Gunfire Breakfast of bacon & eggs a Posted by cbtraveller in North By North West | Apr 24, 2017
  • Uluru (Ayers Rock)Saw the rock glow at sunset Up early the next morning to see the sunrise on the rock and did the 10.4 km walk around the base of the rock. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/577318 Posted by cbtraveller in North By North West | Apr 24, 2017
  • Mount Ebenezer RoadhouseStopped for a coffee and a toilet break at the Mount Ebenezer Roadhouse Interesting toilet entrance. Posted by cbtraveller in North By North West | Apr 24, 2017
  • Northern Territory BorderFree camped overnight on the South Australia - Northern Territory Border Posted by cbtraveller in North By North West | Apr 24, 2017
  • Countdown in Sydney AustraliaIt is Tuesday here and I am leaving in 9 days. I am so excited!!! My flight is at 6am on the 4th of May (Next Thursday). Although, I will have to leave school early on the Wednesday to get Posted by Italy17 in Morgan's Trip 2017 | Apr 24, 2017
  • A Wish Come True The sisters are at it again. After a couple of years in the planning, we are heading to the opposite end of the Pacific, to beautiful Australia. Big sister June will count this as her fourth trip to the continent, Posted by Flemings2 in June and Donna Go to Oz | Apr 24, 2017
  • Port Macquarie to Sydney Before leaving Port Macquarie we made an early morning stop off at the Koala Hospital, just in time for breakfast! They house koalas in need of some TLC, for in-patient stays to nurs Posted by Honeymayning in Honeymayning | Apr 24, 2017
  • Warroora StationWarroora Station is situated on the Ningaloo Coast between Carnarvon and Exmouth. It offers self sufficient camping at a number of camps along the coast within its boundaries. You can’t pre-book sites here so we just drove in and hoped Posted by OzJourney in The Journey | Apr 24, 2017
  • Red BluffThe drive from Carnarvon to Point Quobba is bitumen and then a well maintained dirt road takes you past Quobba Station on the road to Gnaraloo for 46km where you turn off and drive a further 10km to Red Bluff. Posted by OzJourney in The Journey | Apr 24, 2017
  • Three Weeks to GoHi all Cheryl & I only have 3 weeks before we leave for China. Hopefully I will be able to update this blog while we go on our adventure. Enjoy :) Cheers Janelle & Cheryl Posted by Chernelle in Chernelle's China Trip | Apr 23, 2017
  • Saturday 22nd April We had a good result from the tests Helen had so all the worry is over and we can now get organised to start our adventure. Planning to leave after the school holidays finish and that's late next week. Posted by Scotta's safari in The Adventures of Pepe and Lucy | Apr 21, 2017
  • Sydney, Botanical Gardens, Opera House Night PhotographyFAVOURITE PHOTO MEET AND GREET DAY AT THE BOTANICAL GARDENS. I HIRED A SPOT FOR US AT THE HORSE AND FOAL. MOST OF US HAD MET AT THE HOTEL. IT WAS LIKE A B Posted by aussirose in Sydney, Carnival Cruise Sth Pacific 2016 | Apr 21, 2017
  • SYDNEY - LAST BIG VT MEET 2016*Disclaimer. There are photos here that are from my previous travel site virtualtourist. VT has shut down. Please ignore that VT flag, thongs, VA's and other paraphernalia that may appear here.** FAVOURITE PHOTO [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.co Posted by aussirose in Sydney, Carnival Cruise Sth Pacific 2016 | Apr 21, 2017
  • 02 - Alice SpringsNous voilĂ  arrivĂ© Ă  Alice Springs, aprĂšs 2h30 de vol au dessus du dĂ©sert. C'est un tout petit aĂ©roport, on ne traĂźne pas, on prend la navette pour la ville qui nous dĂ©pose juste devant notre loueur de campervan Apollo. Ils Posted by Luciepatourel in On the road again | Apr 19, 2017
  • Coober Pedy5 star underground hotel and shops. We had a drink in the underground bar The heavens have unexpectedly opened and our campsite was wet, flooded and soggy. The boys had to do some drainage Posted by cbtraveller in North By North West | Apr 21, 2017
  • AndamookaThe little opal mining town of Andamooka, just past Roxby Downs. The world's longest bus. One of the many strange sites in Andamooka. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/577318/IMG_17 Posted by cbtraveller in North By North West | Apr 18, 2017
  • WoomeraWoomera is the largest rocket and missile testing range in the world. There is a Rocket Park in the middle of town with a few of the old relics. Posted by cbtraveller in North By North West | Apr 18, 2017
  • PimbaStopped at the free camp at the Spuds Roadhouse at Pimba, just out of Woomera. Interesting bar/cafe at the roadhouse. Posted by cbtraveller in North By North West | Apr 18, 2017
  • TerowieThe ghost town of Terowie. Once a bustling town where the railway gauges changed with 2000 inhabitants. Now only 150 inhabitants live here. Just a few of the paddock full of corrugated ir Posted by cbtraveller in North By North West | Apr 18, 2017
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