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  • SydneyOstatnim odwiedzanym przez nas miejscem na półkuli południowej było Sydney: najstarsze, największe i najbardziej różnorodne miasto Australii. Dzięki pięknej lokalizacji, ciepłemu klimatowi, czystości i miejskiej elegancji, Sydney przypadło nam do gustu na Posted by Jakub W in David i Jakub w Azji | Mar 23, 2017
  • Stirling Ranges National ParkWe arrived at Mt Trio Bush Camp around midday, set up and had lunch. This was a great place to stay, with powered and unpowered sites with no set boundaries, hot showers, flushing toilets, laundry, a huge camp kitchen and Posted by OzJourney in The Journey | Mar 23, 2017
  • Days 7 - 8 - 9 & 10Day 7 We departed Princetown Recreation Reserve just on 9.00 and drove back down the road to Peterborough where we had been yesterday. We continued on to Warnambool - straight through and on to Killarney where we booked into Posted by Bobnhiroe in Murray River run and Stone The Crows | Mar 22, 2017
  • Fitzgerald River National ParkOur original plan was to explore the eastern part of the Fitzgerald River National Park before moving over to the western end but due to the floods the eastern side has suffered serious damage and is closed indefinitely. So from Posted by OzJourney in The Journey | Mar 22, 2017
  • Mason BayTo get to our next destination at Mason Bay we had to take a detour as the main highway was damaged in a number of places due to the floods a few weeks ago. Mason Bay was cut off during Posted by OzJourney in The Journey | Mar 19, 2017
  • Cape Le GrandCape Le Grand National Park was one of the first must see places we listed when we were starting to plan our trip due to its reputation as being a place of wonderful scenery. Well all the articles we Posted by OzJourney in The Journey | Mar 19, 2017
  • Duke Of Orleans BayDuke of Orleans Bay is located between Cape Arid and Cape Le Grand and the only camping is in the caravan park which sits beside the bay and is protected from the wind by a large rocky hill at Posted by OzJourney in The Journey | Mar 19, 2017
  • Cape AridCape Arid is a National Park about 113km east of Esperance with a number of different camp grounds. Due to recent flooding most of the roads in the park were closed and the only camp grounds open were at Thomas Posted by OzJourney in The Journey | Mar 19, 2017
  • Days 5,6Sat Mar 18 We left Geelong this morning with me leading for a change from being Tail End Charlie. I didn't volunteer, Peter says it's your turn so that's what happened. The traffic was quite bad and there were hundreds of Posted by Bobnhiroe in Murray River run and Stone The Crows | Mar 19, 2017
  • TasmaniaAustralijska wyspa Tasmania była kolejnym etapem naszej podróży. W poniedziałek wieczorem przylecieliśmy z Melbourne do Hobart i odebraliśmy na lotnisku samochód. Tak jak w Nowej Zelandii, transport publiczny w Australii jest dość drogi i Posted by Jakub W in David i Jakub w Azji | Mar 18, 2017
  • Philip Island & The Great Ocean RoadNick & I had a really good day on Philip Island. Managed to see 6 sleepy koalas, 4 kangaroos, 2 pelicans, about 400 penguins coming home for the night and 10,000 seals on our very choppy boat ride. Susan & Posted by ADVENTURE2017 in Our Grand Tour Downunder | Mar 18, 2017
  • At Seymour and Geelong We departed Jugiong reasonably late and drove to Holbrook for morning tea. Since we were on the road a bit late we had a late refreshment. Took a photo of the group in front of the HMAS OXLEY Submarine which Posted by Bobnhiroe in Murray River run and Stone The Crows | Mar 16, 2017
  • Bundaberg - Wizard & Gabs ft. Scoop Dogg First stop Brisbane where thanks to JW & Gabs extensive knowledge of the city we managed to explore every inch of the pool and bbq [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/725413/201702 Posted by TeamZecca in Funemployed World Tour | Mar 16, 2017
  • Melbourne updateSpent the morning riding around the city on the trams then headed out to St Kildas. Didn't see it at its best though as it was overcast and windy and the sea was grey and very uninviting. Susan & Eric walked Posted by ADVENTURE2017 in Our Grand Tour Downunder | Mar 16, 2017
  • Arrival in AustraliaGood flight with Qantas, quite a bit of space but food not great. Quite pleased to receive a banana at about 2.30am though. Flying time 7.5 hours seemed easy after doing 13 to Singapore. We are now at Posted by ADVENTURE2017 in Our Grand Tour Downunder | Mar 14, 2017
  • Murray River Run and Stone The Crows This is going to be a reasonably short trip (about 5 weeks) and day 1 is a repeat of many trips we have done before. We left home really early (7.30am) and on the way to meet up with our travelling Posted by Bobnhiroe in Murray River run and Stone The Crows | Mar 13, 2017
  • AdelaideDo stolicy Południowej Australii, Adelaide, przyjechaliśmy na trzy dni samochodem. Po przejechaniu Great Ocean Road w Wiktorii minęliśmy granicę stanową i wjechaliśmy do Południowej Australii. W drodze mijaliśmy pola oraz region wi Posted by Jakub W in David i Jakub w Azji | Mar 13, 2017
  • Byron BayByron Bay (population 7000) We last visited Byron Bay in 1999 on our first trip to Australia, so we were curious to see what has happened to the “hippie/surfing town” since then. It turns out it hasn’t changed much. The biggest Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Mar 13, 2017
  • EsperanceAfter leaving Fraser Range we arrived in Esperance around 11am and found that the only caravan park not full was the Foreshore Caravan Park. We needed to restock with food, fuel and refill our gas bottle so we had to Posted by OzJourney in The Journey | Mar 12, 2017
  • Great Ocean RoadZ Melbourne (stan Wiktoria) pojechaliśmy na zachód wzdłuż południowego wybrzeża (tzw. Great Ocean Road) do Adelaide w stanie Południowa Australia. Z Melbourne przez pierwszą godzinę jechaliśmy autostradą, aż do początku [i]Great Oce Posted by Jakub W in David i Jakub w Azji | Mar 11, 2017
  • Coffs HarbourCoffs Harbour (Population 70 000) How Coffs Harbour has grown since we last saw in in 1999! It is a beautiful sub-tropical city known for Mutton Bird Island (attached with a wall, making it a peninsula really) that houses thousands of Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Mar 11, 2017
  • The BIG Aussie Road TripIt was time to move on and continue our travels. We were so lucky to have great jobs, made so many new friends and survived the Queensland heat/humidity. It was time for the BIG AUSSIE ROAD TRIP (Jan 15th – Posted by Kev n' Ariel in Kev n' Ariel's World Trek | Mar 10, 2017
  • Port MacquariePort Macquarie (Population 45 341) Never having seen this City before, we were very pleasantly surprised. Port Macquarie is a town at the mouth of the Hastings River in New South Wales, Australia. It is just beautiful. It’s known for its Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Mar 11, 2017
  • BRISBANE We decided that the farm work was going too slowly so city work would have to do for now so we moved into one of the host Posted by Kev n' Ariel in Kev n' Ariel's World Trek | Mar 10, 2017
  • CairnsArrived in CAIRNS via a redeye flight and stepped into the humidity and sunshine, yay! We even got a free shuttle to our new hostel Asylum. It was a really lovely social place and we arrived on a $5 all Posted by Kev n' Ariel in Kev n' Ariel's World Trek | Mar 10, 2017
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