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 […]
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. […]
It was my birthday, and I was in the mood for finding somewhere new, and in low range. A few hours south of Sydney, or a stone’s throw from Canberra; Brindabella National Park looms, ready for the explorer and escapist alike. After a sleep in, and cafe breakfast, we slowly packed the LandCruiser and pointed […]
Last year we asked Drifta to outfit our LandCruiser’s new gullwings. On top of our standard drawer system, this has proven a real game-changer in our wagon’s organisation. After more weekenders than I can count, and our Alpine Adventure, we were ready for the next phase of expedition storage. The second row of seats, a […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.