We camped at Kimba for the night the supposed half way point across Australia (although after looking at the map we can't quite w Posted by cbtraveller in Heading West | Apr 28, 2016
The town of Wudinna has a granite statue honouring the Australian Farmer. Posted by cbtraveller in Heading West | Apr 28, 2016
Pildappa Rock is South Australia's version of Wave Rock. Stopped here for lunch and climbed to the top. Posted by cbtraveller in Heading West | Apr 28, 2016
- Moving on from Albany tomorrow We've had a great week here - nice to sit in one spot for a while. The weather has been amazing - and they say Melbourne has four seasons in one day. We've seen more rainbows here Posted by slamrs in chUGGing Tasmania and the West 2016 | Apr 28, 2016
- Page 2Indian Ocean Drive through Geraldton and onto Coronation Beach. Stopped here last year with Harry 😔. Happy with site we pulled into (until it rained) set up, relaxed, Laz the fisherman caught a tailor, whilst small shark 😱 merrily Posted by Siekierkas in More than one page.Laz & Barbaira | Apr 27, 2016
- Having a laugh: the Melbourne International Comedy FestivalI've never been to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, but I just happened to be in Melbourne in time for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
So I got myself a couple of tickets, one for 5 at 5, a $5 gig with Posted by Rebecca Heller in Rebecca's Big Adventure | Apr 27, 2016
- Surfing (injury) in Byron BayThe last stop of my East Coast adventure was the beautiful Byron Bay. It's pretty touristy, but like so many places I visited, it's easy to see why.
I had pre-booked a surf class for my first day so I spent Posted by Rebecca Heller in Rebecca's Big Adventure | Apr 27, 2016
- The Whitsundays and Fraser IslandThe next couple of parts of my trip were on organised tours. I had been informed that I simply couldn't miss either the Whitsundays or Fraser Island.
For my Whitsundays trip I booked with Wings. A sociable boat with a knowledgable Posted by Rebecca Heller in Rebecca's Big Adventure | Apr 27, 2016
- Cairns: under the seaI found Cairns to be a slightly odd place. Not not nice, just a bit odd. It seemed like no one was from there, they just moved to work there, but I suppose I just might not have met the Posted by Rebecca Heller in Rebecca's Big Adventure | Apr 27, 2016
- Melbourne Take OneAttending the wedding was a big focus of my time in Melbourne, but post-wedding, I did make it into the city to explore. As per my habit, I went on the free walking tour of Melbourne, and would you believe Posted by Rebecca Heller in Rebecca's Big Adventure | Apr 27, 2016
- The Countdown - 18 Days to Go! Posted by jkerkin in Continental Drift | Apr 26, 2016
- A nice day for a family weddingWe have a fairly small family. Joe, my Mum's first cousin grew up in Melbourne, Australia, not knowing his wider family. About 10 years ago, Joe and his wife Robyn came over to the UK to meet us all for Posted by Rebecca Heller in Rebecca's Big Adventure | Apr 26, 2016
- Cloncurry to Mt IsaMt Isa (pop 23 000 with 50 ethnic backgrounds)
Off to our next large inland city. A city with 52 bird species. We counted 63 kites (black and the whistling ones) in a 50 km stretch. We saw two black eagles Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Apr 26, 2016
- Zeehan, Rosebery, Rocky Cape
We headed out today towards Zeehan , about 35 kilometres away. We wanted to go to The Spray Tunnel, a 100 metre long abandoned train tunnel that leads to what was the Spray Silver Mine. The tunnel was carved through Posted by Pipandpop in Doug & Chris On The Road | Apr 25, 2016
- Cohen Free Camp
A short distance from Ceduna we stopped for the night and built a campfire. Sat out until late watching the flames and enjoying a couple of drinks. Posted by cbtraveller in Heading West | Apr 24, 2016
- Twiggy's Campsite
We camped at Twiggy's on the way over. It is such an awesome spot that we camped there again on the way back. The views were just as amazing but this time we encountered very strong winds duri Posted by cbtraveller in Heading West | Apr 24, 2016
- Madura Pass
The remoteness of the Nullarbor from the lookout at the top of Madura Pass Posted by cbtraveller in Heading West | Apr 24, 2016
- Fraser Range StationAfter leaving Kalgoorlie we turned left at Norseman and started our long journey home across the Nullarbor. Our first night's stop was at Fraser Range Station where we spent a nice night chatting with other travellers while sitting around a Posted by cbtraveller in Heading West | Apr 24, 2016
- AlbanyHi there. We attended the dawn service here in Albany this morning - a special place to be on Anzac Day given the history of the first convoy of ships leaving here on November 1st 1914 - off to war. Posted by slamrs in chUGGing Tasmania and the West 2016 | Apr 24, 2016
- Julia Creek to Cloncurry and ghost townCloncurry (pop 3500):
Cloncurry is in hilly country (there are mines that feed into this economy. Copper and gold started it all, but today the biggest silver mine in the world is not far away and the town has enough rainfall Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Apr 24, 2016
- Not there yet
One week to go and voilá Posted by vonnie b in Europe 1o1 | Apr 23, 2016
- Kimberley Region – Cruising From Broome to Wyndham
We departed Perth and flew 2h30 north to Broome.
Broome is the gateway to the Kimberley, one of the world’s great wilderness regions. Broome was founded as a Pearling Posted by janejoe in Western Australia | Apr 23, 2016
- Days 161 to 163: Ikara–Flinders Ranges National ParkNous arrivons au parc à l'heure du déjeuner.
Même si le coin est aride, il y a quelques points d'eau où les animaux peuvent boire :
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/768117/la Posted by AliceEtVincent in Alice and Vincent: Trip in progress | Apr 23, 2016
- ... without travel we only read one page.The day arrived and thus we left.... not before upholding the promise to Leo ... 'We won't go without seeing you as we drive out'. Ring the bell, knock on the door, peer through windows, bang on windows. Curtains open, Posted by Siekierkas in More than one page.Laz & Barbaira | Apr 22, 2016
- Exploring the ancient Daintree National Park and Cape tribulWe decided to stay in the Daintree, at Noah Beach for three nights. We had already booked a guided walk so we could learn more about the area and booked on the 10am walk with Cooper Creek Wilderness, the only Posted by Chelsandliam in Our Australian Adventures | Apr 23, 2016