A visit to Abercrombie River National Park can be an easy overnight escape, or an adventurous exploration of trails, caves and 4WD tracks. On this occasion, we spent a laid back weekend in this rugged wilderness, a few short hours from Sydney. Running out of motivation for winter chores, and other weekend bores, we chucked […]
Once upon a time, we packed the LandCruiser for a three week expedition to the Interior. A lasso rather than a lap. Our Expedition would take us into the ancient and stunning country of Central Australia. Since our outback baptism, we had learned a few things. About ourselves, and how we travel. A few changes […]
Craving some salty canvas therapy, we loaded the Oztent and swimmers and headed to the Coast. Considering the undecided shoulder season, we thought our chance of a beachfront camp slim, but possible. The turn off for Termeil Point Camping Area in the Meroo National Park is a strange hairpin, no signage, straight off the highway. […]
After following the North – South Caves to Caves trail, in the Kanangra-Boyd National Park, we have returned several times. Day trips and overnight, as there are plenty of other tracks to explore. So, when a friend, an insatiable explorer such as ourselves, suggested a new campsite, and new trails; We packed the LandCruiser. Agreeing to […]
As we drove, we perused the Hema for our options. Our conundrum was simple, we didn’t want to backtrack, anywhere if possible. It felt like we were at the wrong end of Zeka Spur Track, but were still undecided when Howitt Hut appeared. Fenced off from vehicles but completely exposed to the wide open elements […]
Claim a beachfront bush camp on the south coast. Our mission; Friday night Impossible. That’s how we ended up at Yaboro Flats camping area, for a humid, but unplugged weekend away. We have camped at Yadboro Flats before, so after finding the beach well and truly occupied we turned tail and headed west. A large […]
Billy Goats Bluff, another famed track of the High Country, this one was ‘straight outta Dargo’. Other than that, I purposefully neglected to read too much into it. Mostly because I didn’t want to commit to any trails and secondly, because I didn’t want to excite my imagination with the details. So, on a thick, […]
Campsite charisma for us demands a few key elements. I think Chichester State Forest in NSW delivers, otherwise I am unsure why we have hauled ourselves up the Pennant Hills Road so many times to get there.