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  • Don’t Wander Off The Track Mum may have told me not to wander off the tracks …. So what do I do pull up on the side of the road cause something caught my eye a few meters into the bush. The something …. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/660953/large_552AB351-8997-4E22-BDD6- Posted by ChristieA in CarCar's on the Road . . . . . Again! | Oct 22, 2021
  • On The Road SouthCooper asked if I was going to blog while on holidays…My Mum backed him up so here it is… The day started with an abrupt stop barely out of the town boundary when a big kangaroo decided to step infront of Posted by ChristieA in CarCar's on the Road . . . . . Again! | Oct 21, 2021
  • More of the mighty Murray (Tongala) Look what the mighty Murray River (known as Tongala River by the traditional owners, the Yorta Yorta people in the Echuca area) dished us up for breakfast t Posted by DJBnomadz in Our next chapter | Oct 3, 2021
  • Kulin Bush Races - The trip thereAfter a delicious coffee at home we packed up, hooked up, and headed off through some long weekend traffic for the first stage of our trip. Passing through Donnybrook, we stopped at our favourite fruit & vegetable store on the Posted by iandeborah in Triple C | Sep 29, 2021
  • UluruWe made it to Uluru!! Last time (9 years ago) we cycled around with the girls on the back of our bikes. This time they could ride themselves. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/495005/DS Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Sep 6, 2021
  • Heading to UluruWe left Cooinda unsure if the 3 day lockdown in Katherine was going to be lifted or extended. Worse case scenario we thought we could stay just to the north of Katherine and wait it out if we couldn't drive Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Sep 4, 2021
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  • KakaduKakadu is awesome, such a beautiful landscape. We arrived in Jabiru late afternoon, quickly set up and drove out to Ubirr to climb it to watch the sunset over the wetlands. [img=https:// Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Aug 31, 2021
  • MacBride Hinton & CoMacBride Hinton & Co is a firm of Chartered Accountants, proudly established since 1912. Our aim is to provide a high standard of professional services to assist our clients in meeting their compliance obligations with the Australian Tax Office (ATO), Posted by MacBride in MacBride Hinton & Co | Aug 30, 2021
  • DarwinOriginally we were scheduled to stay in Darwin for only 3 days, but as COVID has taken hold again in the southern states we decided to extend our stay to a week and change our trip. We had been holding Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Aug 24, 2021
  • Litchfield National ParkTwo and a half hours north of Katherine is Litchfield National Park, we decided to stay for two nights and managed to get a spot at Litchfield Tourist Park, a caravan park close to the National Park entrance. The first Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Aug 19, 2021
  • KatherineHeading further north we trekked to Katherine. Here we did the three gorge tour and enjoyed a swim in one of the croc free waterholes. Ivy even went in! This gorge is so different from Cobbold Gorge, massive in comparison. Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Aug 19, 2021
  • MatarankaThe short one and half hour drive to Mataranka was a nice change from the 4 hour trips we had been doing. We had hoped to stay at Little Roper Stock camp but unfortunately it was already full by the Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Aug 10, 2021
  • Crossing into the NTWe left Mount Isa and travelled towards the NT border. Thankfully our NT border passes had been approved after we had to detail every place we had been for the past 14 days. It was a long list. Just after Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Aug 4, 2021
  • Gravel or highway??We were undecided about which road to take from Gregory to Mount Isa so chatted with a multitude of travellers to suss out the road situation. Greg was hesitant to take the gravel road as we had heard stories about Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Aug 4, 2021
  • Test run in more than one wayAfter five weeks since being away, lockdown # 5 for Melbourne and another modification to the dreadnought (as Jeff and his work mates have started calling the truck), we got onto the road again. The mod was the replacement of Posted by DJBnomadz in Our next chapter | Aug 1, 2021
  • Adel's GroveQuick over night at Burke and Wills homestead before we head into Lawn Hill. Girls caught up on their school work and enjoyed the swing. [img=https://photos.travelle Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Jul 28, 2021
  • Travelling AustraliaEchuca and Swan Hill are two main towns that sit on the Victorian side of the Murray River. The Murray divides the two Australian States of Victoria and New South Wales. Due to Covid restrictions I could only Posted by Jimfeatherby in Travellng Australia | Jul 26, 2021
  • KarumbaIt was refreshing to finally see the coast again. We drove through Normanton and discovered the biggest crocodile ever shot. It was a dinosaur! At 8.63 meters! [img=https://photos.trav Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Jul 25, 2021
  • Port ClintonIf you ignore the shitty night we had in Anchorage A (thanks BOM) Port Clinton never fails to make us smile. Calm clear waters despite the upcoming northerly. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/985496/large_151709DD-6376-4AF8-864B-667BB23F9143.jp Posted by CobwebOnSafari in Sails Up Cobweb | Jul 24, 2021
  • Cobbold GorgeWe traveled from Undara to Cobbold Gorge stopping in at Georgetown to restock with groceries and fuel. We grabbed some Georgetown sausages from the one butcher shop in town and some fruit and veggies from a little grocer. It was Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Jul 21, 2021
  • North Keppel to Port ClintonAn early(ish) start from North Keppel this morning. There’s noooo wind for the next few hours but we’ve got both sails up in anticipation. We’ll motor sail until the wind arrives. We’ve got our troll lines in th Posted by CobwebOnSafari in Sails Up Cobweb | Jul 20, 2021
  • Undara Lava TubesIvy couldn't wait to leave the coast and hit the dust . That lasted approximately 5 minutes 🤣 The roads were pretty sketchy almost as bad as the phone coverage. Greg has an Also phone and I have Optus and Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Jul 20, 2021
  • Cairns CoconutBig 4 Cairns Coconut was a real treat. Three pools, two jumping pillows and mini golf! The girls didn't want to leave! We were here for seven days and had a chance to restock before we headed west. We also Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Jul 19, 2021
  • Airlie to .....Sooo.... We were due to head to Townsville for three days after Airlie, but the three day lockdown there out an end to that! Quick change of plans and we managed to stay at South Mission beach, Kurramine beach and Posted by Mosers in Mosers on the move | Jul 19, 2021
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